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Only four of the claims involved collections of more than $2 million, one of the threshold requirements for enhanced awards.
The Company reports that its estimated stockholders' equity is now in excess of the threshold requirements under Section 1003(a)(iii) of the exchange's listing guide, as described below.
Those important caveats aside, the casebook's 19 chapters generally focus on the topics typically covered in constitutional law courses, with the possible exceptions of: threshold requirements for judicial review, the process and strategy of Supreme Court decision-making, political participation, and efforts to curb the Court.
Proposals will be reviewed on a rolling basis and funding will be awarded on a rolling basis based on application completeness, feasibility, and extent to which proposed projects meet the competitive criteria and threshold requirements.
More than 800,000 HIV infected individuals there meet the WHO-recommended threshold requirements for treatment.
2003-61 specifies the five threshold requirements for Sec.
According to the test, there are significant differences between the various standards in the number of criteria used for any one subject area, as well as in the scope and threshold requirements.
Earlier, we used the example of system weight--a non-key performance parameter requirement--exceeding the 5-pound limit and thereby enabling more important performance requirements than our threshold requirements.