Sentences with phrase «to meet this purpose»
Retention: Bishop & McKenzie LLP endeavours to retain personal information only as long as required to meet the purposes
for which it was collected or as required by law.
A state shall report on: (1) how it is using grant funds to meet the purpose
of the program, and (2) other specified information.
Recommendation 7: Subject the intervention measures to regular monitoring and review to establish whether they meet the purposes
of a «special measure» That the Government ensure strict monitoring and evaluation provisions to ensure that only those measures that are appropriate and adapted to the purpose of child protection are maintained.
Although the feature is pretty basic, it is good enough and meets the purpose
So if you are looking for a doctor soul mate, you can definitely take the help of the dating websites which are very helpful in meeting the purpose
Furthermore, personal data collected by Jones Lang LaSalle may be transferred to our subsidiaries or affiliated companies where it is necessary to carry out our business or to meet the purpose
for which you have submitted the information.
In particular, they attempt to meet the purpose
of writing autobiographically.
For example, city centers, suburbs, and rural areas often have very different interests, so I would argue that, to meet the purpose
of districting in the first place, it makes more sense to put the city center, suburbs, and rural areas in their own districts to the maximum extent reasonably possible.
In the prepared statement, California BLM director Jerome Perez said such a large-scale mining ban is not needed «to meet the purpose
for which the conservation lands were designated,» because there is little chance there will be significant mining-related disturbances.
He meets this purpose
head on by first talking about the marketing side of the legal profession, helping people understand how it works, and how to decipher the good from the bad.
This is the main reason that we put emphasis on writing good cover letters that appeal not just to the eye of the employer but also meets the purpose
of your application.
To meet this purpose
, the content for performance support should be short, contextual, and appropriate to the task at hand.
The resources of the reserve fund shall be so invested as to be available at any time to meet the purpose
of the fund.
In the meantime, we must recognize the reality that strategically weaving meaningfulness throughout the education system meets the purpose
of the Common Core State Standards.
[In one STEM PLC,] because their principal was pushing a greater rigor and relevance design, they figured out how to meet the purpose
of the PLC and their principal's requirement.
In order to meet this purpose
, the study conducts questionnaire survey.
I like the emphasis on meeting the purposes
of the readers of the document, because, though it may be a somewhat narrow, even idealized, view of the purposes of legal writing, it is at least a starting place that recognizes the connection between legal writing and legal reading.
Review, manage, and inform existing customers of their options under their chosen plans (making sure the chosen policy still meets the purpose
The current consumer credit counseling industry in America (virtually all are nonprofit), exists to meet this purpose
A review will be conducted every four years that will report on the overall effectiveness of the Climate Change Action Fund, and verify that Fund resources are being used to meet the purposes
set out for it.
To meet these purposes
, effective evaluation systems make high-quality, easily understandable program data available to the public.
To meet this purpose
, we propose the following five principles:
Programs must be designed to meet the purpose
of the 21st CCLC program and Wyoming goals.
The appellant argued the judge erred by failing to conclude there must be an active use of the vehicle to meet the purpose
test component of Amos.