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The forward was deemed to have made a dangerous challenge on Derek Roehl in Saturday's loss to Braehead Clan and will miss the matches with Hull Stingrays and Coventry Blaze A spokesman for the Elite League's Department of Player Safety said: "The onus is on Portwood to ensure he makes a full body contact that does not make the opponent's head the principal point of contact.
The new corporate estate management role will involve becoming the principal point of contact for all matters with landlords and third parties.
Tyne and Wear Development Company is the principal point of contact for businesses in the region and has been helping local companies and inward investors with their development plans for more than two decades.
While such consumer activism is less common today and the public probably has a better understanding of the supply chain, the supermarket remains the first and principal point of contact.
An Air Force Colonel, Lucia is the principal point of contact between the Department and DOD on operational military matters.
In addition, he will be the principal point of contact relative to athlete management outside of athletic, performance-based programs.
Under the new terms, Goodrich becomes the principal point of contact making it easier for the many branches of the French Ministry of Defence to do business with us.
The principal point of contact for administration of the PBL Awards program is Mr.