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trustees and selected
Issuers may either pay to trustees, which in turn call randomly selected bonds in the issue, or, alternatively, purchase bonds in open market, then return them to trustees.
When Abby Rockefeller's son Nelson was selected by the board of trustees to become its flamboyant president in 1939, at the age of thirty, he became the prime instigator and funder of its publicity, acquisitions and subsequent expansion into new headquarters on 53rd Street.
According to Oregon Geographic Names, the name Forest Grove was selected on January 10, 1851, at a meeting of the trustees of Tualatin Academy ( later known as Pacific University ).
In 1999, a Vaduz court ordered the transfer of management of her inheritance from the five trustees selected by her mother to the KPMG Fides auditing firm in Lucerne.
The trustees selected as the first principal Rev.
It is led by five elected full-time officers ( the ' sabbatical team '), a Board of trustees, part-time student officers and ' lay ' members of the local community and business selected for their specialist expertise.
It remained privately owned until August 25, 1931 when the Board of Incorporators, a group of 39 businessmen, purchased Ferris Institute from the old stockholders and selected a board of trustees from their number to govern the school.
1946 was the first year in which the trustees selected works for entry, rather than displaying all those entered.
The winners were selected by the Columbia University trustees.
Twenty-four trustees under the leadership of Silas Noel selected the town of Georgetown as the site for the new school.
It is managed by seven trustees who are selected for five-year terms by the Board of Directors.
A head and three small bronze panels ( the Aeneid ), executed by Bates in Paris, were exhibited at the Royal Academy, and selected for purchase by the Chantrey Bequest trustees ; but the selection had to be cancelled because they had not been modelled in Britain.
The board of trustees for the Pennsylvania State University was selected through a process involving several groups aside from the state executive branch ( the governor ) and the university.
The donation was put into the hands of selected trustees who were to ensure that it was used to ‘ ameliorate the condition of the poor ’ of London.
Like most school boards, the OCDSB is administered by a group of elected trustees and one director selected and appointed by the Board itself.
Additionally, annually, two student trustees are selected per provincial regulation.
Chapter 7 trustees are selected by the U. S. Trustee from a " panel " of individuals residing or having offices in the judicial district where the bankruptcy case is filed.
Hopkins selected Brown as one of the trustees of the university ( but not of the hospital ) who would oversee the construction and founding of the institutions now known as the Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Their boards share many trustees, and many graduates of the Choir School have selected St. Michael's College as their choice college at the University.
A board of trustees was selected, and Dr. Mann Butler was selected as the first head.
In 1886, he was selected by the Hibbert trustees to deliver the Hibbert course of lectures for 1892 (" The Origin of Religion as Illustrated by the Ancient Hebrews ").
The school was established by ethnic Scots-Irish Presbyterians, who controlled the majority of seats on the first board of trustees selected in 1836.

trustees and by
In general, it appears that trustees and board members attempt to represent the public interest in their administration of educational policy, and this is made easier by the fact that the dominant values of the society are middle-class values, which are generally thought to be valid for the entire society.
Then there are the trustees and officers of the great educational foundations, who inevitably exert an influence on educational decisions by their support or refusal to support various educational programs, experiments, and demonstrations.
Two millions were added to what had been set aside for it in Mrs. Meeker's lifetime, and the proviso made that as long as Brian Thayer continued to discharge his duties as administrator of the fund to the satisfaction of the board of trustees ( hereinafter appointed by the bank administering the estate ) he was to be retained in his present capacity at a salary commensurate with the increased responsibilities enlargement of the fund would entail.
The system itself is governed by a board of trustees, geographically representing its membership.
" The charter required that the makeup of the board of 36 trustees include, 22 Baptists, five Friends, four Congregationalists, and five Church of England members, and by 12 Fellows, of whom eight, including the President, should be Baptists " and the rest indifferently of any or all denominations.
Major additions to the old house were considered in 1849, but by then negotiations were underway to purchase the estate from the trustees of the deceased Earl Fife.
: Commercial estates filed by Canadian trustees in 2011 4775 estates, 3643 bankruptcies and 1132 Division 1 proposals.
On November 29, 1921, the trustees declared it to be the express policy of the Institute to pursue scientific research of the greatest importance and at the same time " to continue to conduct thorough courses in engineering and pure science, basing the work of these courses on exceptionally strong instruction in the fundamental sciences of mathematics, physics, and chemistry ; broadening and enriching the curriculum by a liberal amount of instruction in such subjects as English, history, and economics ; and vitalizing all the work of the Institute by the infusion in generous measure of the spirit of research.
Caltech is incorporated as a non-profit corporation and is governed by a privately appointed 46-member board of trustees who serve five year terms of office and retire at the age of 72.
Broadly backed by a diverse array of student groups and many notable faculty members the Committee Against Investment in South Africa held numerous teach-ins and demonstrations through the year focused on the trustees ties to the corporations doing business with South Africa.
Members of the Board of Education, chaired by the President of the board, served as ex-officio trustees.
Dartmouth is governed by a Board of Trustees comprising the College president ( ex officio ), the state governor ( ex officio ), 13 trustees nominated and elected by the board ( called " charter trustees "), and eight trustees nominated by alumni and elected by the board (" alumni trustees ").

trustees and manage
After Frederick Rapp's death in 1834, George Rapp appointed Romelius Baker and Jacob Henrici as trustees to manage the Society ’ s business affairs.
The trust formed a Guernsey company, Herm Island Ltd, to manage the island for the trustees.
Two years later, this second board was granted authority to manage the Medical Department, while the Jefferson College trustees maintained veto power for major decisions.
The trustees appointed by the 1801 act continued to manage Deeping Fen until they were replaced in 1939 by the Deeping Fen, Spalding and Pinchbeck Internal Drainage Board, subsequently renamed the Welland & Deepings Internal Drainage Board.
To manage the college, Nunn established a board of trustees to ensure the college's long-term viability and preserve the traditions that make it educationally effective.
The previous administration by commissioners was replaced by a body of trustees, which it was hoped would be better able to manage the navigation.
While a board of 12 trustees was formed to " purchase and manage property, erect buildings, establish basic rules for governing the institutions and employ buildings ," the near complete lack of funding by the territorial legislature for this mission severely hampered progress.
However, after many difficulties and the departure of Oglethorpe, the trustees proved unable to manage the proprietary colony and on June 23, 1752, the trustees submitted a deed of reconveyance to the crown, one year before the expiration of the charter.
The constitution adds, " The board of trustees of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs shall exercise power as provided by law: to manage and administer the proceeds from the sale or other disposition of the lands, natural resources, minerals and income derived from whatever sources for native Hawaiians and Hawaiians, including all income and proceeds from that pro rata portion of the trust referred to in section 4 of this article for native Hawaiians ; to formulate policy relating to affairs of native Hawaiians and Hawaiians ; and to exercise control over real and personal property set aside by state, federal or private sources and transferred to the board for native Hawaiians and Hawaiians.
The new licensing regime requires trustees of superannuation funds to demonstrate to APRA that they have adequate resources ( human, technology and financial ), risk management systems and appropriate skills and expertise to manage the superannuation fund.
On May 23, 1914, the Circuit Court of Duval County appointed nine trustees to manage the school and its property.
Especially where a trust is to be established for a disabled child or young person, great care is generally taken in the choice of appropriate trustees to manage the trust assets and to deal with future replacement appointments.
The Prudent Man Rule is based on common law stemming from the 1830 Massachusetts court formulation, Harvard College v. Amory The prudent man rule directs trustees " to observe how men of prudence, discretion and intelligence manage their own affairs, not in regard to speculation, but in regard to the permanent disposition of their funds, considering the probable income, as well as the probable safety of the capital to be invested.
A board of nine trustees manage this district that serves the city of Vancouver and the University Endowment Lands.

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