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A supplement to Junior Schoostic ISSUE DATES Sept 6 Sept 20 Oct 11 Oct 25/ Nov 8 Nov 22 Dec 13 ISSUE DATES Jan 10 & 24 Feb 7 Feb 28 Mar 14 ISSUE DATES Apr 4 Apr 4 Apr 18 May 9 Have a Great Summer
My ticket doesn't have an issue date written in - the warden left it blank.
2006 EDITORIAL CALENDAR JULY 19 Residential Marketing & Brokerage 2 Commercial Sales & Leasing AUGUST 9 Technology 16 Residential Marketing Brokerage 23 Retail Markets 13 Property Management/Services SEPTEMBER 20 Residential Marketing & Brokerage 27 Banking & Finance 11 Third Quarter Review OCTOBER 18 Residential Marketing & Brokerage 25 Suburban Markets 1 Commercial Sales & Leasing NOVEMBER 8 Residential Marketing & Brokerage 15 Retail Markets 6 Banking & Finance DECEMBER 13 Property Management/Services 20 Residential Marketing & Brokerage Editorial Deadlines: 9 days prior to issue date Advertising Deadlines: 8 days prior to issue date
VELKOV Heidelberg, Germany EDITOR'S NOTE Starting with the next issue, CW will shift its magazine issue dates to reflect IABC's adoption of a calendar year accounting structure.
Filing dates are normally accepted for precedence, as the issue date can be influenced by the examiner's schedule and communication between the examiner and patent attorneys.
Unclaimed property may include stocks, bonds, the funds in employee 401(k) plans, trust funds, bequeathed property and refunds from utility companies, which are all held for five years; unpaid wages, which are held for one year from payday; safe deposit boxes, the contents of which are held for two years from drilling date; money orders, which are held for seven years from issue date; and traveler's checks, which are held for 15 years from issue date.
According to Hunt, the content of the standards is of far more significance than the issue date.
For example, a bond with an issue date of April 1990 increases in value the first day of every April and October.