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A typical designation for laser guided bomb.
i. A laser or other device pointed at a target to illuminate it so that the latter can send signals that weapons can home onto.
ii. A letter or a number given to each flight by a scheduled carrier.
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Genaro Vicente Pappalardo Ayala - Ambassador - Designate of the Republic of Paraguay
Members who are eligible to practice in Florida, but who do not do so, are not required to designate an inventory attorney.
You can designate The VRG to receive any money that is not used during your retirement.
WHEREAS: The membership of the Institute has adopted rules 20l and 202 of the Rules of the Code of Professional Conduct, which authorizes the Council to designate bodies to promulgate technical standards with which members must comply, and therefore it is
The law Governor Richard Thornburgh finally signed gives the state no power to designate, monitor or enforce the trauma center system.
They included Munir bin Ibrahim Punjabi, designate to the Republic of Peru; Abdullah bin Marzouq Al-Zahrani, designate to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan; Suleiman bin Saleh Al-Freeh, designate to the Republic of Guinea; Abdullah bin Hajjaj Al-Mutairi, designate to the People's Republic of Bangladesh; Thamer bin Sabhan Al-Sabhan, designate to the Republic of Iraq; and Fahd bin Abdullah Alsafian, designate to the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Sanaullah, Pakistan's Ambassador designate to Indonesia , Mr.
First, the employee must irrevocably designate amounts as Roth contributions at the time of the cash or deferred election.
The service's plan calls for 11,695 acres stretching from Santa Barbara to San Bernardino counties to be designated as critical habitat, a reduction from its originally proposed plan to designate 95,655 acres that included San Diego.
FOR ALIMONY TO BE TAX DEDUCTIBLE, payments must be made in cash under a divorce or written separation instrument, the spouses must reside in separate households, the payor's liability must end with the payee's death, the payor and payee must file separate returns and the divorce or separation instrument can't designate nonalimony treatment.
Don't we designate specific players to inbound the ball, be a chaser, shoot a technical foul, or run the offense?
Under the Wilderness Act of 1964, Congress has the ultimate authority to designate areas as federal Wilderness.