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undertaking

Informal the practice of overtaking on an inner lane a vehicle which is travelling in an outer lane
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M2 EQUITYBITES-June 9, 2017-Eniro reports on lock-up undertakings by lending banks
Through the new system, an undertaking can file complete pre-merger application online and without any hassle.
LONDON -- Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) senior leaders Mohammad Anwar and Babar Ghauri visited the Pakistan High Commission to attest MQM Chief Altaf Hussain's undertaking for Lahore High Court (LHC).
An undertaking is a promise to the court which has the same effect as a court order.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has published Australian telecomms provider Telstra's latest Unconditioned Local Loop Service (ULLS) monthly charge access undertaking.
We are undertaking the most aggressive efforts to build and preserve affordable housing for more New Yorkers and today's announcement further demonstrates our commitment," said Mayor Bloomberg.
Several lessons have been learned from undertaking a forestry project at a resident camp, and we encourage anyone contemplating similar actions to learn from our challenges and mistakes.
This undertaking cannot be accomplished in days or months.
The European Commission has cleared three separate acquisitions under the simplified merger review decision:- US company Lehman Brothers Real Estate Partners LP may now acquire full control of Dutch undertaking Haslemere N.
As the Commission's investigation, Check Point has agreed to provide a formal undertaking to the Commission regarding its distribution practices.
6% had not undertaken any professional development in relation to e-learning in the previous 12-24 months; (5) the most common reasons for not undertaking any professional development were lack of time and lack of funds; (7) trainers and vocational teachers were undertaking less information and computer technology skills development and moving into improving their expertise in pedagogical and management issues in relation to e-learning; (8) most respondents rated their current trainer training programs poor or fair; and (9) most respondents funded most of the cost of their professional development themselves.