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Some states and counties have representative payee agencies ( also called substitute payee programs ) which receive the benefits on behalf of the disabled person's social worker, and disburse the benefits per the social worker's instructions.
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Some anthropologists, such as Lloyd Fallers and Clifford Geertz, focused on processes of modernization by which newly independent states could develop.
Some states also define assault as an attempt to menace ( or actual menacing ) by placing another person in fear of imminent serious bodily injury.
Sources disagree, as may differing states ' laws, as to what category of plea the Alford plea falls under: Some sources state that the Alford guilty plea is a form of nolo contendere, where the defendant in the case states " no contest " to the factual matter of the case as given in the charges outlined by the prosecution.
Some states enacted reception statutes as legislative statutes, while other states received the English common law through provisions of the state's constitution, and some by court decision.
Some states conducted limited censuses for various purposes, and these are typically located in state archives.
Some states, such as Virginia, do not provide for any class actions, while others, such as New York, limit the types of claims that may be brought as class actions.
Some states permit plaintiff's counsel to settle for all the mass action plaintiffs according to a majority vote, for example.
Some Christians adhere to New Covenant theology, which states that Jews have rejected Jesus as the Messiah and Son of God have ceased being the Chosen People.
Some of the princes of these states were Persian client kings ; a disturbing fact in light of increasing tensions with that kingdom.
Some states and store chains have implemented restrictions, such as requiring signatures for DXM sale, limiting quantities allowable for purchase, and requiring that purchasers be over the age of majority in their state.
Some use the term dispute resolution to refer only to alternative dispute resolution ( ADR ), that is, extrajudicial processes such as arbitration, collaborative law, and mediation used to resolve conflict and potential conflict between and among individuals, business entities, governmental agencies, and ( in the public international law context ) states.
Some trajectories may be periodic, whereas others may wander through many different states of the system.
Some Culture Ministers of the states, especially in Prussia, decided, that the Sedantag would be an official festival in schools.
Some of the existing states, in particular Hanover, were abolished and annexed by Prussia as a result of the war of 1866.
Some states have fixed term legislatures, with no option of bringing forward elections ( e. g. Article II, Section 3, of the U. S. Constitution ).
Some states dispute the international acceptance of the right of their deposed monarchs to be referred to by their former title.
Some undefined conversation is shared lazily, the sun sets ; then Marlow states how their location also " has been one of the dark places of the earth.
Some notable pre-colonial states and societies in Africa include the Nok culture, Mali Empire, Ashanti Empire, Kingdom of Mapungubwe, Kingdom of Sine, Kingdom of Saloum, Kingdom of Baol, Kingdom of Zimbabwe, Kingdom of Kongo, Ancient Carthage, Numidia, Mauretania, the Aksumite Empire, the Ajuuraan State and the Adal Sultanate.
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Some of the Irish counties from which these people arrived were County Kerry ( Dingle Peninsula ), County Cork, and County Roscommon, along with others.
Some of the world's larger cities culturally, if not officially, span into multiple counties and those crossing state or provincial boundaries culturally are quite common as well, but are rarely incorporated within the same municipal government.
Some people regard Hardy's definition as correct on the grounds that the counties north of the Thames, along with Berkshire and north-east Somerset, were part of Mercia for much of the Anglo-Saxon period.
Some counties have trouble transporting all the required grain to meet their tax quotas, so it makes sense to pay the government in silver, a medium of exchange that is already abundant amongst landowners through their own private commercial affairs.
Some cities or counties also have an annual State of the City Address given by the mayor, county commissioner or board chair, including Sonoma County, California ; Orlando, Florida ; Cincinnati, Ohio ; Parma, Ohio ; Detroit, Michigan ; Seattle, Washington ; Birmingham, Alabama ; Boston, Massachusetts ; Los Angeles, California ; Buffalo, New York ; Rochester, New York ; San Antonio, Texas ; McAllen, Texas ; and San Diego, California.
Some seats were completely abolished, while others were redistributed to the London suburbs, to large cities, to the counties, and to Scotland and Ireland.
Some parts of Old US 12 outside of town, especially in Van Buren and Berrien counties to the west, are still called Red Arrow Highway.
Some cities and counties in Virginia ( see below ) have since been found no longer to need Preclearance.
Some extend into neighboring counties ( as indicated below ) All wilderness areas within Grand Canyon-Parashant NM are managed by BLM, although the National Monument as a whole shares management with the National Park Service:
Some residents have suggested that the school system switch to a year-round schedule like a few neighboring counties, but the board has rejected each proposal.
Some coroners hold office by virtue of holding another office: in Nebraska, the county district attorney is the coroner ; in many counties in Texas, the Justice of the Peace may be in charge of death investigation ; in other places, the sheriff is the coroner.
Some islands of other counties, such as Wuchiu, were transferred to the jurisdiction of Kinmen County by the ROC government following its civil war defeat and retreat to Taiwan.
Some counties were created by shiring, while walled towns and castles became a feature of the landscape.
Some forty years later, in 1838, Johnstown's county affiliation changed yet again when what by then remained of Mongomery County was divided into two separate counties: Montgomery and Fulton.
Some counties and cities are not officially designated by the OMB as members of this metropolitan area, but still consider themselves members anyway.
Some cities and towns were already independent counties corporate, and most were to become county boroughs.
Some of the smaller counties corporate — Berwick upon Tweed, Lichfield, Lincoln, Poole, Carmarthen and Haverfordwest — did not become county boroughs, although Canterbury, with a population under 25, 000, did.
Some urbanized counties such as Mecklenburg County ( Charlotte ) now number their townships ( i. e. " Township 12 ") rather than using names.
Some, such as the Lincoln Highway, maintained by the Lincoln Highway Association, were well-known and well-organized, while others were the work of fly-by-night promoters, to the point that anyone with enough paint and the will to do so could set up a trail ; trails were not usually linked to road improvements, though counties and states often prioritized road improvements because they were on trails.