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It's a good relationship between the reserves and active duty," Palacios said, explaining that the training intent is to provide Soldiers an idea of how to do operations and ensure that reservists are up to speed with the latest in technology and process.
The bad news is that much of the world's oil reserves are in the custody of unstable and sometimes hostile regimes.
The Federal Reserve Board announced on October 4, 2005, the annual indexing of the low reserve tranche and of the reserve requirement exemption amount for 2006.
In December 2004, the NAIC directed a task force to begin working on approaches to setting reserves based on "asset-adequacy" modeling.
Marine biologists refer to such refuges as marine reserves.
To qualify as a life insurance company, more than 50% of a company's reserves must qualify as life insurance reserves.
The shareholders' equity section in exhibit 2 shows accounts for legal reserves, other reserves and reserves for long-term capital gains.
Today's Army is a unique mix of the Reserves, Guard and Active duty personnel and the Military Traffic Management Command knows this better than many other major Army commands.
Survival ratios--the number of years that carried reserves will be available if the payment level continues--are primarily used to make a comparison of relative reserve levels for asbestos and environmental liabilities between insurance companies or to compare a company or group of companies' reserves to the industry average.
Generally, however, reserves may be paid expenses, reasonable benefits, a nominal fee, or any combination thereof, without losing their status as volunteers.
2) The term "depository institution" does not include a financial institution that is not required to maintain reserves under section 204.