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satisfaction

1. RC Church Church of England the performance by a repentant sinner of a penance
2. Christianity the atonement for sin by the death of Christ
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satisfaction

Cancellation of an encumbrance on real property, usually by payment of the debt secured by it.
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He says they usually have interactions with the participants and at the end of the day sample citizens' views under the following categories: Satisfied; Not satisfy, I don't know, and Very satisfied.
The IRS does not argue that the data gathered by TLC and furnished to its trucking company clients regarding the per-diem payments made to truck drivers failed to satisfy these requirements.
To satisfy the automatic enrollment safe harbor, elective contributions must fall within a range from a minimum contribution of 3 percent up to 10 percent of compensation depending on, and increasing with, the employee's length of participation.
"The requirement that tax benefits must satisfy, in effect, a 'should-prevail' level of confidence for initial recognition ...
The court held that deductions taken from checks and money orders that were to be deposited into the prisoner's trust account in order to satisfy court-ordered restitution, did not violate the Takings Clause, where the restitution was duly authorized by state law.
The Tax Court rejected these arguments stating wrongful termination suits were not mentioned in the shareholder agreement and settlement of the suit did not satisfy the business connection test required for accountable plans.
He obviously struggles at the beginning to satisfy his physiological need for food, water, and sleep.
The "normal purchase and sales" exemption in FAS 1 33 allows companies to ignore the fact that their purchase and sales agreements satisfy the definition of a derivative, as long as certain conditions are met.
Since these regulations were introduced, over 2,000 drug companies have failed to satisfy the new criteria and their drug manufacturing licenses have not been renewed.
How to satisfy consumer demand for variety while encouraging product loyalty?
a pneumatic radial tire comprising at least two belt reinforcing layers, at least one of which layers being a belt reinforcing layer composed of high modulus polyvinyl alcohol fiber (PVA) cords or PVA fiber cords embedded in rubber, characterized in that a cord tenacity S (kg) and a cord elongation at break U (%) of said PVA fiber cord taken out from said belt reinforcing layer and an end count T per 5 cm of said belt reinforcing layer at a crown center portion satisfy the following relationship:
In 1769, Leonhard Euler, while thinking about a problem now known as Fermat's last theorem (SN: 6/20/87, p.397), proposed that no set of positive integers, a, b, c and d, satisfies the equation a.sup.4 + b.sup.4 + c.sup.4 = d.sup.4 in the same way that numbers such as 3, 4 and 5 satisfy the more familiar equation x.sup.2 + y.sup.2 = z.sup.2..