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ri pawr tuh buhl

  • a  (of income) required by law to be reported
    reportable income
  • s  meriting report
    years of research produced no reportable results

  • Grinker points out that "traumatic brain injury" also became one of the 13 reportable categories in 1992, and it had a similar spike.
  • There are no precise figures: herpes is not reportable and few victims like to talk about it.
  • The Public Health Service could give no figures on chicken pox since the disease is not reportable, but many hospitals noticed a big chicken-pox business.
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  • Men flee accident scene in Palmyra
    Palmyra Borough Police are investigating after two men allegedly crashed a car and then fled the scene. Police say they were called to a reportable accident around 2:10 a.m. on Monday. But when officers arrived to the scene, they learned two men fled on foot. The accident happened at the intersection of Main Street (Route 422) and Windsor Avenue. Police say a black Mercury Mountaineer was ...
    June 10, 2013 - WHP CBS 21 Harrisburg
  • Area counties' toxin reports show high rates
    Companies are compiling statistics to submit their 2012 reports of toxic releases to the Environmental Protection Agency next month, and if the numbers add up like they did in the 2011 report put out by the agency this year, Hutchinson County will have the Texas Panhandle's highest volume of reportable chemicals released.The Agrium fertilizer facility put out ammonia that amounted to almost half ...
    June 8, 2013 - Amarillo Globe-News
  • GB Aims at Growth, Realigns Biz - Analyst Blog
    Management at Greatbatch, Inc. ( GB ) announced a strategic initiative to realign its business to achieve 5% organic growth. The company aims to combine its two separate reportable segments
    June 7, 2013 - Nasdaq

  • John Kerry in AFP
    To pass a bill, we must be able to assure a senator from Ohio that steel workers in his state won't lose their jobs to India and China because those countries are not participating in a way that is measureable, reportable and verifiable,Kerry...
  • Kevin Rudd in The Age
    While the US is concerned about ensuring developing countries bear enough of the burden, Mr Rudd said there was now a commitment by such countries "to engage in measurable, reportable and verifiable, nationally appropriate mitigation actions".
  • Pat Martin in 570 News
    Any reasonable person would consider what you described to be a reportable activity under the act,said Martin. "I don't remember it being discussed, because who could conceive of something so ridiculous?"

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