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(1) A collection of official acts, decrees, edicts, and so on.

(2) A brief official informational announcement—for example, military summaries or bulletins on the state of health of an outstanding government leader.

(3) A periodical or continuing publication devoted to a specific group of problems—for example, Biulleten’ Verkhovnogo suda SSSR (Bulletin of the Supreme Court of the USSR).

(4) An election bulletin—that is, a sheet of paper used for voting with the name of the candidate written on it.

(5) A hospital list, or bulletin—a disability list, used for registering the diseases of manual or office workers.

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This new Bulletin has a duration of six months, and will expire on May 15, 2017.
The Michigan Tax Tribunal affirmed the assessment by employing the real object test set forth by the Michigan Department of Treasury in its Revenue Administrative Bulletin 1995-1.
The C4 preformer includes an easy to operate computer controlled interface, maximum operating pressure of 240 bar (3,500 psi), variable cutter from 16-400 rpm, sequential operating prompts and alarms, and more, according to a laminated, two-page bulletin.
The CAU compiles various apartment community bulletins both monthly and yearly.
But he says that the bulletins can help subscribers ward off crime by taking defensive measures.
69 identified AcSEC SOPs and audit and accounting guides as category (b) and practice bulletins as category (c) in the GAAP hierarchy; category (a) consists of FASB statements and interpretations, APB opinions and AICPA accounting research bulletins.
The local neighborhood watch group also might post bulletins in this area.
Bucks emphasized that Bulletin 95-1 did not constitute an MTC recommendation to the States.
AUSTIN, Texas -- TippingPoint, a division of 3Com and the leader in intrusion prevention, today announced that three of the Microsoft vulnerabilities published and patched in today's Microsoft bulletins were discovered through TippingPoint's Zero Day Initiative (ZDI).
company to be carrying on business in Canada, as stated in paragraph 26(g) of Interpretation Bulletin IT-27OR2.
Based on clarifications of the Act set forth in interpretive bulletins number 03-15 and number 03-30 (the Bulletins) issued by the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance, an opinion of the Attorney General of the State of New Jersey received by Standard & Poor's relating to the Bulletins, and further analysis of relevant New Jersey statutory and case law, Standard & Poor's has concluded that it will now rate structured finance transactions that include additional New Jersey loans governed by the Act, in accordance with its criteria set forth below.