control state

control state

[kən′trōl ‚stāt]
(computer science)
The operating mode of a system which permits it to override its normal sequence of operations.
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StateWays, as we expanded our offerings to readers, increased our engagement with control state agencies and presented our Best Practices Awards in-person for the first time, at the NABCA Administrators Conference.
It reinforces our leadership as an alcohol beverage control state and our commitment to be a national leader in retail and customer eco-friendly awareness and action.
Table A-1 Shipping Laws, Distribution Models, and Web Addresses of Alcohol Beverage Control Offices Listed by State DIRECT DISTRIBUTION STATE SHIPPING MODEL STATE ABC WEBSITE Alabama Prohibited Control State http://www.
Ultimately, negotiations could hinge not on whether all parties can agree on the three measures the governor has actually placed on the ballot - initiatives to control state spending, redraw political district lines and adjust teacher-tenure rules - but on whether an agreement can be reached on a fourth proposition the governor did not propose and has yet to weigh in on.
The one bit of good news is that Kansas is a local control state, so it is not certain that the state school board will be able to enforce their changes to the science curriculum throughout the state.
For example, in Young, the Fourth Circuit stated that "whether amounts paid directly to attorneys under a contingent fee agreement should be included within the client's gross income should be resolved by proper application of federal income tax law, not the amount of control state law grants to an attorney over the client's cause of action"; Young, 240 F3d at 378.
The district court held that RLUIPA did not violate the Establishment Clause and that the Act did not impermissibly control state legislatures.
The control state system came into being in response to the failures of the country's experiment with Prohibition.
The authors of the various chapters provide the reader with a wide range of discussion on what may be included under the designation of "state crime", and of the successes and failures of attempts to control state crime.
The new wine and spirits venture would be comprised of executives from both companies with Southern/Glazer's joint footprint covering 38 states--of which 17 will be control state markets.
In October, I was thrilled to present the Control State Best Practices Awards at the NABCA Administrators Conference in Michigan (see page 10 for photos).
Beverage distributor Remy Cointreau USA has created a new role for a control state director within the firm.