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Swida

 

(also Thelycrania), a genus of shrubs or low trees of the family Cornaceae. The plants are often assigned to the genus Cornus. The species S. sanguinea and S. australis are ornamentals (seeDOGWOOD).

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2) On October 6, 2005, Midwest Racing redeemed $11,908,000 of the outstanding SWIDA loan for $14,587,000 (including a $2,676,000 premium to the bondholders), plus accrued interest.
150) The court also put significant weight on the fact that the developer had access and means to obtain other property on which to build the parking facility but that it was more economical to petition SWIDA to condemn the property at issue.
178) Among the powers that the legislature conveyed to SWIDA was the authority to use eminent domain to acquire properties located in those counties in order to promote economic development and expansion.
Anticipating requests like Gateway's, SWIDA had adopted a "Quick-Take" program.
Barry Osmond, Renee Gonzalez, Darren Sandquist, and Teresa Swida for direct contributions to this work; to Renee Gonzalez for the Spanish resumen; and to the many other authors contributing to the literature cited here.
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