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For United States expenditures under subsections ( A ), ( B ), ( D ), ( E ), ( F ), ( H ) through ( R ) of Section 104 of the Act or under any of such subsections, the rupee equivalent of $200 million.
from Brown Corpus
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For and United
For the purpose of maintaining international peace and promoting the advancement of all people, the United States of America joined in founding the United Nations.
For years the United States had been trying to get these countries to exclude Castro's representative from secret military talks.
For if I knew the secret of letting this power in my body change directly into electricity, I could rent myself out to the electric companies and with just the power in my body I could light all the lights and run all the factories in the entire United States for some days.
A Sonata For Violin And Piano, called `` Bella Bella '', by Robert Fleming, was given its first United States performance.
For referring specifically to a U. S. national and things, the words used are estadunidense ( also spelled estado-unidense ) ( United States person ), from Estados Unidos da América, and ianque ( Yankee ), but the term most often used is norte-americano, even though it could, as with its Spanish equivalent, in theory apply to Canadians, Mexicans, etc., as well.
For example, the word " Amerika " in German has a one-to-one equivalence to its meaning in modern English: it may denote North America, South America, or both, and in some instances refers to the United States only.
For instance member nations of the Commonwealth where English is not spoken natively, such as India, often closely follow British English forms, while many American English usages are followed in other countries which have been historically influenced by the United States, such as the Philippines.
For different reasons, various constitutionalists have praised the Act of Settlement: Henry Hallam called the act in the United Kingdom " the seal of our constitutional laws " and David Lindsay Keir placed its importance above the Bill of Rights 1689.
For example the United States uses NTSC-M, the UK uses PAL-I, France uses SECAM-L, much of Western Europe and Australia uses PAL-B / G, most of Eastern Europe uses PAL-D / K or SECAM-D / K and so on.
For each market area, the United States Federal Communications Commission ( FCC ) allowed two licensee ( networks ) known as " A " and " B " carriers.
For example, while concluding meaningful trade agreements with developed countries ( such as the United States and the European Union ) would probably be beneficial to Brazil's long-term economic self-interest, the Brazilian government has instead prioritized its leadership role within Mercosul and expanded trade ties with countries in Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
For many years, the newspaper was controlled by many of the investors in United Shoe Machinery Co. After a newspaper strike in 1967, Herald-Traveler Corp. suspended the afternoon Traveler and absorbed the evening edition into the Herald to create the Boston Herald Traveler.
For example, in the United Kingdom, the Companies Act 2006 requires directors of companies " to promote the success of the company for the benefit of its members as a whole " and sets out the following six factors regarding a director's duty to promote success:
For example, in England and Wales and in most states of the United States, the basic law of contracts, torts and property do not exist in statute, but only in common law ( though there may be isolated modifications enacted by statute ).
For that reason, civil law statutes tend to be somewhat more detailed than statutes written by common law legislatures – but, conversely, that tends to make the statute more difficult to read ( the United States tax code is an example ).
For example, a reception statute enacted by legislation in the state of Washington requires that " he common law, so far as it is not inconsistent with the Constitution and laws of the United States, or of the state of Washington nor incompatible with the institutions and condition of society in this state, shall be the rule of decision in all the courts of this state.
For example, the United States used to require copyrights to be renewed after 28 years to stay in force, and formerly required a copyright notice upon first publication to gain coverage.
For example, Panama and El Salvador have declared U. S. currency to be legal tender, and from 1791 – 1857, Spanish silver coins were legal tender in the United States.
For instance, since 2006, annual Canada Day celebrations have been held at Trafalgar Square — the location of Canada House — in London, England ; initiated by the Canadian community in the United Kingdom, endorsed by the Canadian High Commission, and organised by a private promotions company, the event features Canadian performers and a demonstration of street hockey, among other activities.
For example, most law students in the United States are required to take a class in Constitutional Law during their first year, and several law journals are devoted to the discussion of constitutional issues.
For and States
For the States which maintain two separate agencies -- one for the vocational rehabilitation of the blind, and one for the rehabilitation of persons other than the blind -- the Act specifies that their minimum ( base ) allotment shall be divided between the two agencies in the same proportion as it was divided in fiscal year 1954.
For the most part however, Armenia is considered one of the more pro-democratic nations in the Commonwealth of Independent States.
For instance during Operation Enduring Freedom the United States attacked targets of very low monetary value with cruise missiles, which led many to question the efficiency of the weapon.
For example, in the United States, class lawsuits sometimes bind all class members with a low settlement.
For example, in the United States, IntegrityUSA represents the interests of lesbian and gay Christians in the Episcopal Church, while United Methodists have the Reconciling Ministries Network and evangelical Christians have Evangelicals Concerned.
For and expenditures
For the Smith-Hughes, George-Barden, and National Defense Act of 1958, the cumulative total of Federal expenditures in 42 years was only about $740 million.
For one, officials were traditionally not paid in salaries, but instead entitled to 10-30 % of expenditures for rendering their services.
For all engineering research and development expenditures, WSU ranked No. 88 in the USA for year 2009, with $ 21. 8 million, down from No. 70 previous year.
For the 2012-2013 year, Drew University's undergraduate costs are $ 54, 200 ( excluding books, personal expenditures, and health insurance ), making Drew the most expensive school in the state of New Jersey.
For months at a time he would live outside the Forbidden City or travel around the country with heavy expenditures being paid from the empire's coffer.
For example, in an economy in which the private expenditures total $ 1, 000 and government expenditures total $ 200, the GNP would be $ 1, 200, GPP would be $ 1, 000, and PPR would be $ 800.
For example, in a game involving the development of civilizations, there is usually no need to reward investments such as trade and military expenditures, which yield their own strategic benefits.
For example, each year the U. S. tax code redistributes income of $ 1. 3 trillion in tax expenditures (" loopholes ").
For fiscal year 2010, the budgeted expenditures totalled $ 2. 10 billion with the largest portion, $ 1. 36 billion, including debt service, dedicated to operating the system.
For these cases, we can formulate the indices in terms of relative prices and base year expenditures, rather than quantities.
For they had an association called The Inimitable Livers, and every day they feasted one another, making their expenditures of incredible profusion.
For expenditures, 60 % are spent on TV programs, 28 % for radio programs, 8 % for engineering and technical maintenance, and 4 % for management expenses.
For example, the Diary Survey provides greater detail of food expenditures than the Interview Survey, and the Interview Survey collects data on automobile repairs which are not found in the Diary Survey.