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the conversion of wasteland into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation

the act of renewing

filling again by supplying what has been used up

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Workers' Compensation premium renewals only saw a positive rate change during May 2017, and was down the rest of the year.
Over the past year, the IVANS Index has provided a new view into these movements of the industry on a monthly basis, firmly establishing a new authority for agents and insurers to manage their renewals and pricing models.
After a 30-day grace period, which was April 18, 2012, all 2012 renewals will be assessed a $50 late fee ($75 total).
Renewal of STVs may be allowed for SMS and Data packs (having validity more than 7 days) through Opt-in facility (By taking one time explicit consent of the consumer for such renewals through a prescribed procedure).
Renewals are a key profit source for subscription marketers, Stuart R.
Documentation of CERPs will accompany all renewals for CCRN-E.
Franchisors differ as to how many renewals a franchisee may take advantage of, as well as the length of term of each renewal.
Some speak about a 10%-to-15% increase of rates," Gaserow said in an interview in his suite at Brenner's Park Hotel in Baden-Baden, Germany, where insurers and reinsurers gathered for the annual conference that's a key stop along the way to January renewals of coverage.
The processing time is the same as for renewals, and new members should receive their membership card as well as a new member packet within four weeks of application and payment.
As with renewal and costs, absent other information the best indicator of likely modifications is the company's history of renewals and extensions of this or similar contracts.
Cushman & Wakefield released fourth quarter statistics for the Manhattan office market that indicate the overall vacancy rate stabilized in 2003, led by substantial subleasing activity and lease renewals.
There will be some expenses that are not incurred compared with paper renewals, but not enough to offset the transaction fee.
Further, the taxpayer argued, the commissions did nothing more than introduce the customer to the taxpayer's services for one month, while future renewals depended on the quality of service provided during this initial one-month period and thereafter.
Whatever choice they make, vow renewals aren't just for couples who wed a quarter- or half-century ago.
Fitch's rating upgrade reflects additional protection to facility noteholders provided by the recently approved collective bargaining agreement (CBA) between MLB's club owners and the Major League Baseball Players Association which ensures no work stoppage through the 2011 season, as well as renewals of long-term broadcast agreements.