آخر تحديث - 20 ديسمبر 2020
Sometimes the above may seem to repeat a sure alternative to a number of things. Here`s an example: before, precursor, precedent, before, precedent, before. before this usually involves being immediately before the time or on the spot. the previous sentence is in chronological order and may indicate a cause-and-effect link. The conditions that precede the revolution apply mainly to declarations. the above observations involve before and before, but before, often a greater implication. a child from a previous marriage a prior obligation always implies a certain comparison or contrast with something that the latter is. The company`s previous name is generally valid for the front or front position in space, sometimes in time or order. The front lobe of the brain In the second example, however, the second clause does not stand up to the first sentence. This means that the option to extend Section 1.2 is subject to the section 1.1 deadline limit, making the extension option null and clear. For the purposes of the above, “BANKING DAY” means every day, except a Saturday, Sunday or a statutory holiday, __________or a day when banking institutions are authorized or necessary by law or executive order to close.
For the purposes of the above: – A maximum of five performance targets can be achieved. The first issue with despite is its tendency to confuse readers. This is about as legal as you can get in drafting the contract without getting lost in Latin. Ipso facto, it tends to confuse readers. I think it took me about two years to do what it takes to get that word and not have to access the cavities of my brain to know what I`m reading. Many people confuse independently (which subordinates the text that immediately follows it) to its polar opposite, subject (the text that immediately follows). Does that mean I don`t like the following either? No, this is not the case, as I am satisfied with the following options or as follows before a double-point before a set of listed clauses, the introductory instruction is therefore an independent clause (see MSCD 4.32).