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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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London 2012 boxing gold medalist Luke Campbell, 26, blasted the strip joint rule as completely ridiculous, the report added.
The author underlines the fact that some experiences worked out better than others; Isabel I of Castile and Ferdinand of Aragon, for instance, are an example of successful joint rule.
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.
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.
The group was planning a public launch of its campaign inside the Gaza Strip late yesterday where all remnants of Fateh, which was ousted from joint rule last week, are being stripped from streets and government buildings.
In a 116-2 vote, on May 5, the House passed Concurrent Resolution, Joint Rule 9.
Congress stepped in and told the EPA and the Department of Justice to develop a joint rule that would reduce security, risks while still making the information available to the public.
The Foreign Office said no agreement had been made about the future of the British colony, but Spanish officials were reported as saying Madrid has agreed to joint rule.
The joint rule from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) is the latest action by the U.
The NPRMs include: a joint rule proposing to implement shared activities related to unified planning, performance accountability, and the one-stop system; a rule proposing to implement Labor-specific activities under Title I; and rules proposing to implement Education-specific activities under Titles II and IV.

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