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- cl****ify resulting trusts was made by Megarry J in Re Vandervell's Trusts (no.2)[1974] Ch 269. According to Megarry J there are two sorts of resulting trusts...
- result (also called upshot) is the final consequence of a sequence of actions or events expressed qualitatively or quantitatively. Possible results include...
- accidents, incidents, and attacks (as defined above) involving 580 aircraft resulting in 57,563 fatalities. By type, accidents/incidents (COM/MIL) account for...
- is transported along with the viral genome in the virus particle. The resulting viral DNA is then imported into the cell nucleus and integrated into the...
- Packers, Carlson missed one field goal in regulation and two in overtime resulting in a 29-29 tie. The following day, Carlson was waived and replaced by...
- Richard M. Daley easily reelected against small and divided opposition, resulting in his best electoral showing of his career (78%). All of his opponents...
- Therefore, the waves will reinforce (add) and the resulting reflected light intensity will be greater. As a result, a bright area will be observed there. Destructive...
- payment for goods or services; transfers initiated by telephone; transfers resulting from credit or debit card transactions, whether or not initiated through...
- meniscus. Key to the beverage is the crema being coaxed into the meniscus resulting in a uniform dark brown colour across the top of the beverage. Allowing...
- linear transformation.In the most common case of three-phase systems, the resulting "symmetrical" components are referred to as direct (or positive), inverse...
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