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For grant to the Government of India under subsection ( E ) of Section 104 of the Act, the rupee equivalent of not more than $538 million for financing such projects to promote balanced economic development as may from time to time be mutually agreed.
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For effectively crushing the tyranny of the infidels, we grant to those who go to Jerusalem and also to those who give aid toward the defense of the Christians, the remission of their sins and we take under the protection of St. Peter and the Roman Church their homes, their families, and all their belongings, as was already ordained by Pope Urban II.
For those detained as criminal suspects, article 104, paragraph 3 specifically requires that the judge must grant a hearing to the suspect in order to rule on the detention.
For Congress to declare independence, a majority of delegations would need authorization to vote for independence, and at least one colonial government would need to specifically instruct ( or grant permission for ) its delegation to propose a declaration of independence in Congress.
For example, in the United States, California's Oakland ( KOAK ), Monterey ( KMRY ) and Santa Ana ( KSNA ) airports routinely grant temporary IFR clearance when a low coastal overcast forces instrument approaches, while the rest of the state is still under visual flight rules.
For example, the suspect may need to decide whether or not to grant a consent search of his property, and whether or not to talk to police officers.
Yea, my king and Lord, grant me to see my own failings and refrain from judging others: For blessed art Thou unto ages of ages.
For example, original equipment manufacturer source code software distribution agreements generally grant licensees the right to redistribute copies of the software, but restrict what terms can be in the end user license agreement.
For example, in Florida, a court will not grant a petition for a change of name if it finds that ( i ) the petitioner has ulterior or illegal motives in seeking the name change, ( ii ) the petitioner's civil rights are suspended, or ( iii ) granting the name change will invade the property rights ( e. g., intellectual property rights ) of others.
For example, an access control list could be used to grant or deny write access to a particular system file, but it would not dictate how that file could be changed.
For example, the city of Chicago, IL recently used a $ 5. 1 million Homeland Security grant to install an additional 250 surveillance cameras, and connect them to a centralized monitoring center, along with its preexisting network of over 2000 cameras, in a program known as Operation Virtual Shield.
For 2 – 3 years Ailric was able to maintain a guerrilla war out of his estates in the west of South Yorkshire, until Ilbert was forced to come to an accommodation with him, whereby Ailric would communicate with the local people and Ilbert would grant him back, many of his former estates, including Walton Hall.
For example, they may grant the person wearing it invisibility as in the Harry Potter series by J. K. Rowling.
For several centuries the bishops, in some places only the primates and patriarchs, could grant to martyrs and confessors public ecclesiastical honour ; such honour, however, was always decreed only for the local territory over which the grantors held jurisdiction.
For these services he was rewarded by the grant of the districts of Sabzalkot and Bhung, together with a life-pension of a lakh.
For example, the Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain under the spiritual jurisdiction of the Patriarchate of Constantinople has such courts for determining whether to grant divorce after the State has.
For example, the grant " For A so long as alcohol is not sold on the premises, then to B " would violate the rule as to B.
For his services he was awarded a commission in the British Army, a grant of the Magdalen Islands, 3, 000 acres ( 12 km² ) of land in New Hampshire, and a life annuity.
For the others, what rights honorary citizenship bestows, if any, is unclear ; it does not grant eligibility for United States passports.
For if once you allow the clouds now gathering in the west to settle upon Greece, I fear exceedingly that the power of making peace or war, and in a word all these games which we are now playing against each other, will be so completely knocked out of the hands of us all, that we shall be praying heaven to grant us only this power of making war or peace with each other at our own will and pleasure, and of settling our own disputes.
For crimes under cantonal jurisdiction, cantonal law designates the authority competent to grant pardons ( if any ).
For the grant programs in Germany, the Freie Universität is one of the first choices both for the Erasmus and Tempus as well as for the Fulbright program and the international programs of the German Academic Exchange Service ( DAAD ).
For and Government
For the dignity, the influence, and the power of the legislative branch of our Government -- it is a privilege for us to do honor to this great man who represents not alone his own district but all the people of our country.
For loan to the Government of India under subsection ( G ) of Section 104 of the Act, the rupee equivalent of not more than $538 million for financing such projects to promote balanced economic development as may be mutually agreed.
For regional administrative purposes five states, namely Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Hesse, North Rhine-Westphalia and Saxony, consist of a total of 22 Government Districts ( Regierungsbezirke ).
For the remainder, in particular for the Berbice River and the North West services, the Government provides a cross-subsidy funded out of the profits that are always realized by the Harbor Branch of the Transport and Harbors Department.
For the life of me I cannot understand the logic of having a Governor who is part-time and doesn ’ t live at Government House.
For five months, the administration refused but finally in end-May 1918, the Government gave way on important provisions and relaxed the conditions of payment of revenue tax until the famine ended.
For knowledge of this Shakespeare would have used Gasparo Contarini's The Commonwealth and Government of Venice, in Lewes Lewkenor's 1599 translation.
For later plays such as Othello, Shakespeare probably used the 1599 English translation of Gasparo Contarini's The Commonwealth and Government of Venice for some details about Venice's laws and customs.
For example, Tony Blair, whose Labour party was elected in 1997 partly on a promise to enact a British Bill of Rights and to create devolved governments for Scotland and Wales, subsequently stewarded through Parliament the Human Rights Act ( 1998 ), the Scotland Act ( 1998 ) and the Government of Wales Act ( 1998 ).
For example, on 31 January 2006, Tony Blair's Government was defeated over certain aspects of proposals to outlaw religious hatred, and, on 9 November 2005, was defeated over plans which would have allowed police to detain terror suspects for up to 90 days without charge.
The Book of Order is currently divided into three sections-1 ) Form of Government, 2 ) The Directory For Worship, and 3 ) The Rules of Discipline.
Several Heinlein works have been published since his death, including the aforementioned For Us, The Living as well as 1989's Grumbles from the Grave, a collection of letters between Heinlein and his editors and agent ; 1992's Tramp Royale, a travelogue of a southern hemisphere tour the Heinleins took in the 1950s ; Take Back Your Government, a how-to book about participatory democracy written in 1946 ; and a tribute volume called Requiem: Collected Works and Tributes to the Grand Master, containing some additional short works previously unpublished in book form.
For instance, Article IV of the Constitution of the United States " guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican form of Government ".
For example, Lieutenant J. Paterson, of the Bengal establishment, persuaded the British Government that sugar cane could be cultivated in British India with many advantages and at less expense than in the West Indies.
For many years, the Government of the People's Republic of China forbade performance of Turandot because they said it portrayed China and the Chinese unfavourably.
For standardized test signal levels and frequencies, see MIL-STD-188-100 for United States Department of Defense ( DOD ) use, and the Code of Federal Regulations Title 47, part 68 for other Government agencies.
Government sign in Tang Shan: " For a prosperous, powerful nation and a happy family, please practice family planning.
For example in 1995, following the lobbying done by The Affiliated Residential Park Residents Association Incorporated ( ARPRA ) and other interested tenant organizations, the Government created new legislation to provide residential park residents with improved protection.
" For there is danger from delivering of her to her Government, so is there danger in retaining her in prison ", he wrote in 1571.
For a short time the palace used by the Maltese Government as the Department of Education and later as the Ministry of Education.
For many decades after his death, there was a perceived lack of effort from the Government of India, the national media and the Congress party regarding the commemoration of Patel's life and work.
For example, the Catalan executive is, officially, the " Government of the Generalitat of Catalonia " ( el Govern de la Generalitat de Catalunya: cf.
For instance, it was revealed that Sauvé's staff had meddled in Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan Frederick Johnson's plans to host a dinner at Government House, at which the Governor General was to be a guest.