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At one of the larger agencies, "the procedures for disseminating a pending rating action appeared to allow for limited dissemination, and Standard & Poor's -- and seven others of lesser stature which are recognized in the United States.
Manuscript evidence for the limited dissemination of the Romano-German pontifical highlights the diversity of penitential ordines in this period, exemplified in liturgical manuscripts from Fulda, Lotharingia, and Italy.
A Home Office statement said: "Because the court stressed the report was only to receive limited dissemination, we have asked the Spanish authorities for any information they can supply about how the report came to be disclosed.
9, is being re-released because of the change in the trading symbol for TradeLink's common stock earlier this week, which resulted in limited dissemination of this news.