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When and filing
When a person is detained by police or other authority, a court can issue a writ of habeas corpus, compelling the detaining authority either to show proper cause for detaining the person ( e. g., by filing criminal charges ) or to release the detainee.
When receiving news, this type of server must perform the additional steps of filing articles into newsgroups and assigning sequential numbers within each group.
When Mirra found about the content in the game he refused to endorse the product and took legal action against publisher Acclaim in order to prevent any further implication of his involvement in the game. BMX XXX, along with several other poorly-performing titles, contributed to Acclaim Entertainment filing for bankruptcy in 2004.
When we filed in years 2000-2002, we believed that what we were filing was in compliance with the law ,” Remengesau said.
When discovery requests are objected to, the requesting party may seek the assistance of the court by filing a motion to compel discovery.
When filing the subsequent application, the applicant must " claim the priority " of the first application in order to make use of the right of priority.
When the process is conducted mainly online it is referred to as ODR, i. e. to carry out most of the dispute resolution procedure online, including the initial filing, the neutral appointment, evidentiary processes, oral hearings if needed, online discussions, and even the rendering of binding settlements.
When providers agree to accept an insurance company ’ s plan, the contractual agreement includes many details including fee schedules which dictate what the insurance company will pay the provider for covered procedures and other rules such as timely filing guidelines.
When an inventor conceives of an invention and diligently reduces the invention to practice ( by filing a patent application, by practicing the invention, etc.
* 1975: When the ORTF is broken up into separate TV channels ( TF1 ( Télévision française 1 ), antenne 2, France Région 3 ), technical services with TDF ( Télédiffusion de France ), for the filing and the formation with the INA ( institut national de l ' audiovisuel ), services of production and audiovisual ) creation with ( SFP Société française de production ) and radio, Radio France gains its independence from other media institutions as the state controlled public service radio broadcaster.
When a Soldier is removed from the military under this chapter and the paperwork is filed the slang term " File 13 " refers to the action of filing the paperwork.
When asked why the company was filing for bankruptcy the company ’ s bankruptcy lawyer, Alan Friedman, said, " one of the primary reasons for filing was to prevent the IRS from beginning to seize any assets.
When we became tax resisters in 1948 ,” they wrote, “ it included not filing, not answering notices to supply information and making sure we had something to refuse .”
When we became tax resisters in 1948 ,” they wrote, “ it included not filing, not answering notices to supply information and making sure we had something to refuse .”

When and papers
When he was twelve he took to reading St. Augustine and Aquinas, then Lao-tse, Confucius, Mencius, Suzuki, Hindu tomes by endless Krishnaists and numerous socio-archaeological papers.
When the newspapers went on strike he read the funny papers on the radio.
When Michael Heseltine challenged Margaret Thatcher's leadership of the Conservative Party in November 1990, Major and Douglas Hurd were her proposer and seconder on her nomination papers.
When Gorbachev had Chernenko's safe opened, it was found to contain a small folder of personal papers and several large bundles of money ; large amounts of money was also found in his desk.
When Admiral Bokhari heard the news, a strong and powerful protest was launched against the Prime minister and the silent cold war with the admiral came to end with Prime minister approving the relieving papers of Admiral Bokhari the next morning.
When Soviet officials filled out the FAI papers to register the flight of Vostok 1, they stated that the launch site was Baykonur at.
When Paul Lauterbur and Peter Mansfield won a Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for research initially rejected by Nature and published only after Lauterbur appealed the rejection, Nature acknowledged more of its own missteps in rejecting papers in an editorial titled " Coping with Peer Rejection ":
When Crawford saw the unflattering photos of both stars that appeared in the papers the next day, she said, " If that's how I look, then they won't see me anymore.
When it comes to the use of divine hiddenness as an objection or evidence against God, Daniel Howard-Snyder and Paul Moser in the introduction to a volume of papers dedicated to refutations of Schellenberg's argument, cite Nietzsche's question: " a god who is all-knowing and all-powerful and who does not even make sure his creatures understand his intentions — could that be a god of goodness?
When Halley asked Newton's opinion on the problem of planetary motions discussed earlier that year between Halley, Hooke and Wren, Newton surprised Halley by saying that he had already made the derivations some time ago ; but that he could not find the papers.
When Gathmann died in June 1917, he held more patents than any other person alive at that time, and his death was mentioned in papers all over the globe, from the Chicago Tribune, to the New York Times and the Washington Post.
When he died, Gumbel's papers were made a part of The Emil J. Gumbel Collection, Political Papers of an Anti-Nazi Scholar in Weimar and Exile.
When the papers came back from Washington, they had read it Cornville, so the settlers accepted the name.
When the papers were presented in Austin, the men who took them there were told that they would have to change the name since there was already a town in West Texas with that name.
When Hitler vetoed the plan, Edda hid the bulk of the papers at a clinic in Ramiola, near Medesano and on 9 January 1944, Pucci helped her escape to Switzerland with the 5 diaries covering the war years.
When Tulane University established their Archive of New Orleans Jazz in 1958, LaRocca donated his large collection of papers related to the O. D. J. B.
When one looks at the entries of community network directories or the papers and Web sites whose titles and names include " community network " or " community networking ," it is noticeable that a variety of practices exist.
When the Herald was still under the authority of its original publisher, Bennett, it was considered to be the most invasive and sensationalist of the leading New York papers.
When Melanie wakes up the next morning, the divorce papers are lying on her bed and finally signed by Jake.
When Brod fled Prague in 1939, he took with him a suitcase of Kafka's papers, many of them unpublished notes, diaries, sketches, and so forth.
When picking up his fake identity papers, the master forger attempts to blackmail the Jackal but the Jackal kills him and locks the body in a large trunk inside the forger's house, where he correctly deduces it won't be found for a long time.
When he was ultimately banned from having any books, papers and pens during the latter stage of his final imprisonment, Ibn Taymiyyah devoted all of his time to worship and reciting the Qur ' an.
When not engaged in preparing state papers, he devoted himself to scientific studies, and composed several works.
There's lots of wit and pluck and not much heartbreak ," and Mark Kermode of The Observer said, " When the film succeeds, as it does magnificently in the first two-thirds, one can only marvel at the miracle of a world in which such plotlines could literally land on a producer's doorstep with the morning papers.

When and for
When I went for my interview with the director I saw why.
When she appeared at the store to help out for a few hours even my looking at her was surreptitious lest my Uncle notice it.
When we opened the door again for business and switched on the lights she said:
When she would do these things, he would turn blind for an instant and become sick at his stomach.
When I mentioned that for my first long voyage I did not even have the money for the return fare, but had trusted to luck that I would earn a sufficient amount, the young people looked at me doubtingly.
When it comes to this, I shall prefer emigrating to some country where they make no pretence of loving liberty -- to Russia, for instance, where despotism can be taken pure, without the base alloy of hypocrisy '' ( His emphasis )
When Heidegger and Sartre speak of a contrast between being and existence, they may be right, I don't know, but their language is too philosophical for me.
When these had been pocketed, we could still spend a morning cracking open other pebbles for our delight in seeing how much prettier they were inside than their dull exteriors indicated.
When I try to work out my reasons for feeling that this passage is of critical significance, I come up with the following ideas, which I shall express very briefly here and revert to in a later essay.
When words can be used in a more fresh and primitive way so that they strike with the force of sights and sounds, when tones of sound and colors of paint and the carven shape all strike the sensibilities with an undeniable force of data in and of themselves, compelling the observer into an attitude of attention, all this imitates the way experience itself in its deepest character strikes upon the door of consciousness and clamors for entrance.
When Peter B. Kyne ( Pride Of Palomar, 43 ) informed us in 1921 that we had an instinctive dislike for the Japanese, did the heated debates of the Californians settle the truth or falsity of the proposition??
When some question arises in the medical field concerning cancer, for instance, we do not turn to free and open discussion as in a political campaign.
When he remembered that he might have not signed the check, Mercer made out another for the same amount, instructing the bank to destroy the other -- especially if he had happened to have absent-mindedly signed both of them.
When the family business failed, Mercer left school and on his mother's urging -- for she hoped that he would become an actor -- he joined a local little theater group.
When he heard that Paul Whiteman was looking for singers to replace the Rhythm Boys, Mercer applied and got the job, `` not for my voice, I'm sure, but because I could write songs and material generally ''.
Besides doing a single song, `` When The Sun Comes Out '', they worked on the ambitious American-Negro Suite, for voices and piano, as well as songs for films.
When we consider the disorganized state of the world community, and the legacy of predispositions adversely directed against all who are identified as Jews, it is obvious that the struggle for the minds and muscles of men needs to be prosecuted with increasing vigor and skill.
When McPherson pushed blindly through Snake Creek Gap in a potentially decisive movement, the only cavalry in his van was the Ninth Illinois Mounted Infantry, totally inadequate for its role.
When they were first written, there was evidently no thought of their being published, and those which refer to the writer's love for Mrs. Meynell particularly have the ring of truth.
When a lady chanced to soil a pair of evening slippers, Brigadier Bauer was dispatched to Paris for replacements.
When we went for our walks Lilly's brother would come along every once in a while.
When the United States entered the First World War Baker made certain that the Draft Act of 1917 prohibited the sale of liquor to men in uniform and that it provided for broad zones around the camps in which prostitution was outlawed.

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