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These and amendments
These amendments, known as the Constitutional Proposals of October 1949, were rejected by the colonial administration.
These amendments include:
These amendments to the Basic Law were mandated by Article I, section 4 of the Two Plus Four Treaty.
These amendments grant citizenship ( 14th ), and voting rights to all races ( 15th ), women ( 19th ), without poll tax ( 24th ) and youth 18 – 21 years old ( 26th ).
These amendments would have specifically required the Charter to be interpreted in a manner respectful of Quebec's distinct society, and would have added further statements to the Constitution Act, 1867 regarding racial and sexual equality and collective rights, and about minority language communities.
These eventually proved a considerable political embarrassment to the Workers ' Party, and in 1992 the leadership proposed amendments to the party constitution which would, inter alia, effectively allow it to purge members suspected of involvement in the Official IRA.
Wen Jiabao was quoted by the Washington Post as saying, " These amendments of the Chinese constitution are of great importance to the development of China.
These amendments entered into legal force on 8th December 2011.
These are reporting a measure to the full House with or without amendments, report the measure to the full House with a negative recommendation or fail to report the measure.
These amendments were seen by some Taiwan independence supporters as a prelude to a later declaration of independence, but the results of the 2004 election made this very unlikely.
These were the 1957 Regulations on Reeducation Through Labor, which were reissued in 1979 with amendments, and the 1957 Regulations Governing Offenses Against Public Order, which were rescinded and replaced in 1986 by regulations of the same name.
These were the 1957 Regulations on re-education through labor, which were reissued in 1979 with amendments, and the 1957 Regulations Governing Offenses Against Public Order, which were rescinded and replaced in 1986 by regulations of the same name.
These amendments delineated the features of the country's new sovereignty and a formal military structure, which prepared the ground for the obligatory military service clause of 1955.
These amendments to the plans resulted in three significant changes to the proposed centre from the initial 1960s concept.
These positions were questioned by the Quebec leader of the party, André Parizeau, who formulated a series of amendments in support of immediate independence in 2004 which were rejected by both the National Executive Committee ( NEC ) of the Quebec party ( by a vote of 4-2 ) the by the Central Executive Committee of the Canadian party ( by a vote of 7-1 ).
These amendments greatly upgraded old-age benefits for both programs.
These actions were exacerbated when he tabled controversial amendments to the Anti Corruption Act that sought to increase the powers of the Anti Corruption Agency.
These modifications included the removal of the umbilical tower, the reconfiguring of three exhaust holes, and amendments to the electrical and mechanical ground support systems.
These amendments made it possible for less-wealthy communities to benefit from the Hill-Burton Act of 1946.
These amendments can be read here
These include supporting author's rights and Interoperability enforcements, such as working to improve Copyright Regulation by providing technical analysis, amendments and voting recommendations that may influence the European Parliament.
These amendments were hailed as the first serious attempt by Congress to curb presidential authority over military operations during an ongoing war.
" These amendments were also known as the Oliver Act.
These four amendments provided for:

These and Vocational
These are General Education, Vocational Education and Vocational Preparation.
These courses can contain a GCSE, National Vocational Qualification ( NVQ ), or a Business and Technology Education Council ( BTEC ) qualification.
These tests include vision, hearing, blood, and blood pressure tests, a pregnancy test ( for women ), an examination by a doctor, a height and weight check, urinalysis, a breathalyzer test, a moral / background examination, as well as the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery ( ASVAB ).
These range from biennial meetings of Ministers responsible for Vocational Education and Training ( the " Copenhagen Process "), through regular meetings of Director Generals for Higher Education or for Vocational Education and Training to more specialised networks or " clusters " within the " Education and Training 2010 programme " in areas such as key competences, foreign language learning or the recognition of informal and non-formal qualifications.

These and Rehabilitation
These include the Community Development Block Grants ( CDBG ), the HOME program, Shelter Plus Care, Emergency Shelter Grants ( ESG ), Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation Single Room Occupancy program ( Mod Rehab SRO ), and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS ( HOPWA ).
These included the CNIB, the Federation for Community Service ( an ancestor of the United Way ), St. John Ambulance, the Working Boys Home, and the Soldiers Rehabilitation Fund.
These programs are accredited by Rehabilitation council of India.
These include the Toronto General Hospital, Mount Sinai Hospital, Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, and the Hospital for Sick Children.
comprises four hospitals: Toronto Western Hospital, Toronto General Hospital, Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute These are a network of teaching hospitals affiliated with the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine.
These include the American Osteopathic Association ( AOA ), Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program ( HFAP ), Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities ( CARF ), Community Health Accreditation Program ( CHAP ), the Accreditation Commission for Health Care, Inc. ( ACHC ), Utilization Review Accreditation Commission ( URAC ), the " Exemplary Provider Program " of The Compliance Team and the Healthcare Quality Association on Accreditation ( HQAA ), who are recognised in the state of Ohio.
These included National Security Minister Mohamed Afrah Qanyare, Commerce Minister Musa Sudi Yalahow, Militia Rehabilitation Minister Issa Botan Alin and Religious Affairs Minister Omar Muhamoud Finnish.
These checks cannot be obtained by members of the public directly but are only available to organisations and only for those professions, offices, employments, work and occupations listed in the Exceptions Order to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.

These and Act
These benefits had been legislated for the previous year by Churchill ’ s Family Allowances Act 1945, and was the first measure pushed through parliament by Attlee ’ s government.
These are a popular compromise for ( American ) shooters who would like to own a submachine gun but cannot due to local restrictions or the prohibitive cost of buying a civilian legal submachine gun ( full automatics or semi-automatics with barrels shorter than are restricted under Title II of the National Firearms Act ).
These were: Lola Versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One ( 1970 ), Muswell Hillbillies ( 1971 ), Preservation: Act 1 ( 1973 ), Preservation: Act 2 ( 1974 ), Soap Opera ( 1975 ) and Schoolboys in Disgrace ( 1976 ).
These grants were later doubled to per mile of grade by the 1864 Act.
These recommendations were implemented — not uncontroversially at the time — within the Criminal Justice Act 2003, and this provision came into force in April 2005.
These successes were followed by the enactment of a whole series of laws regulating waste ( Resource Conservation and Recovery Act ), toxic substances ( Toxic Substances Control Act ), pesticides ( FIFRA: Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act ), clean-up of polluted sites ( Superfund ), protection of endangered species ( Endangered Species Act ), and more.
These ridings were established as separate administrative counties under the Local Government ( Ireland ) Act, 1898.
These revisions, which since the Clarendon edition of 1869 have been assumed to include all of Act III, scene v, and a portion of Act IV, scene I, are often indicated in modern texts.
These and other movements such as the Philippines 1995 Mining Act led the World Bank to publish a third report ( Assistance for Minerals Sector Development and Reform in Member Countries ) which endorsed mandatory environment impact assessments and attention to the locals.
These scholars argue that there is little connection between the notion of original jurisdiction and the Supreme Court, and note that the Act seems to affirm the Court's power to exercise only appellate jurisdiction.
These sanctions included the imposition of Section 212 ( f ) of the Immigration and Nationality Act to refuse entry into the United States of senior government officials and others who formulated, implemented, or benefited from policies impeding Nigeria's transition to democracy ; suspension of all military assistance ; and a ban on the sale and repair of military goods and refinery services to Nigeria.
These police are often referred to as " Bobbies " or " Peelers " after Sir Robert ( Bobby ) Peel, who introduced the Police Act.
These disagreements were resolved only in time for the passage of the Canada Act of 1982, thus completing the so-called patriation of the Canadian constitution to Canada.
These residual powers were finally removed by the Canada Act 1982, the Australia Act 1986, and the New Zealand Constitution Act 1986.
These matters are not explicitly enumerated in the Northern Ireland Act 1998 but instead include any competence not explicitly retained by the Parliament at Westminster.
These included the Protecting the Rights of Individuals Act,
These specific election donations are known as ‘ hard money .’ The Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act ( BCRA ) of 2002, also known as " McCain-Feingold ", after its sponsors, is the most recent major federal law on campaign finance, which revised some of the legal limits on expenditures set in 1974, and prohibited unregulated contributions ( commonly referred to as " soft money ") to national political parties.

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