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A piece of metal, usually 2 to 24 in. (approx. 5 to 60 cm) long and 4 in. (10 cm) wide with a 45° angle cut at one end, used to form and shape mitered plaster joints in cornice work.
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The final rules consist of: a joint rule, issued by both agencies--in collaboration with the Departments of Health and Human Services, Agriculture, and Housing and Urban Development--implementing co- administered state planning, performance accountability, and one-step delivery system requirements; a Department of Labor rule implementing activities under Title I (Adult, Dislocated Worker, Youth, Job Corps, and National Programs) and Title III (amending the Wagner-Peyser Act); and three Department of Education rules implementing requirements of Title II (Adult Education and Family Literacy Act) and Title IV (amending the Rehabilitation Act of 1973).
Army Corps of Engineers issued a joint rule defining the term "waters of the United States."
Republicans in Congress are working to pass legislation setting aside a new EPA and Army Corps of Engineers joint rule which makes it more expensive to build pipelines in areas containing streams and other small bodies of water.
Republicans in Congress are working to pass legislation which would set aside a new EPA and Army Corps of Engineers joint rule to make it more expensive to build pipelines in areas containing streams and other small bodies of water.
It succumbed under the pressure of civil society forces to agree to joint rule with two other parties, and for a government of technocrats to manage the country until elections could be held.
London 2012 boxing gold medalist Luke Campbell, 26, blasted the strip joint rule as completely ridiculous, the report added.
Given the potential for the extraction of natural resources in the waters around the Senkakus, Maeda proposes bringing in the concept of "joint rule, joint administration and joint distribution" to help resolve the matter.
The third division comprises six heiresses who, between 1550 and 1700, effectively distanced themselves from the Navarrese-style and placed curbs on their husbands' authority, or who did not marry at all (Elizabeth I and Christina I), thus avoiding the joint rule issue.
The final CFTC/SEC joint rule on the definition of "swap" was published in August 2012, and this started the 60-day countdown for compliance with a number of rules, including mandatory registration as an SD or MSP.
Seventeen states have joint rule promulgation with the Board of Medicine and the Board of Nursing (some including other boards e.g.
ITEM: The Obama administration, reported the Politico website for October 21, "will propose the first-ever greenhouse-gas emission limits for heavy trucks and buses next week." The joint rule calling for a 20-percent reduction, issued by the EPA and Transportation Department, is "the latest in a series aimed at boosting fuel economy and slashing greenhouse gas emissions from cars and trucks."
The joint rule issued by the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration requires automakers' fleets to average 35.5 miles per gallon by 2016, moving up an earlier goal by four full years and beginning with 2012 models.

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