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1 He was conditionally discharged after admitting the theft.
2 Mr Smith has conditionally agreed to buy a shareholding in the club.
3 Dunning was conditionally discharged for two years.
4 They were conditionally discharged but each was ordered to pay costs of 750 pounds.
5 Mitchell was conditionally discharged for 12 months and ordered to pay ￡180 compensation and ￡85 costs.
6 The offer was made conditionally.
7 Now he has conditionally withdrawn, apparently not from the committee, but from further participation in the Gingrich case.
8 He was conditionally discharged for twelve months and had to pay ￡15 compensation.
9 He was conditionally discharged by Newcastle magistrates in December after admitting assaulting railway worker John Beach.
10 Cunningham was conditionally discharged for one year and ordered to pay a total of ￡65 compensation.
11 Telford, of Wheatley, Doncaster, was conditionally discharged by town magistrates after admitting threatening(sentencedict.com), abusive and insulting behaviour.
12 Mr Hill and Mr Middleton were conditionally discharged by magistrates at Amersham.
13 If H is conditionally permutable in every subgroup of G containing H, then H is said to be completely conditionally permutable subgroup in G.
14 Work with nested and conditionally included resource files.
15 Glutamine is conditionally essential acid, is considered to be an important fuel for immune cells.
16 Glutamine is a conditionally essential amino acid, and is essential for athlete to attain muscle mass and strength.
17 Money may be given, but only conditionally.
18 Arginine, a conditionally essential amino acid involved in multiple physiological and pharmacological functions, has been applied in clinical nutrition therapy.
19 Or is it willing to conditionally endorse CECA ?
20 Unlike outright slaves,(www.Sentencedict.com) they maintained themselves by cultivating the land conditionally allotted to them by their master.
21 Previous convictions: several as a juvenile for theft and taking without consent: conditionally discharged on each occasion.
22 Conversely the tenant may contract to remove fixtures either unconditionally, or conditionally upon being requested to do so by the landlord.
23 A written promise, sealed or unsealed, may be delivered by the promisor in escrow, conditionally to the promisee, or unconditionally.
24 In addition, the chaining feature can run tasks in sequence or conditionally depending on exit codes.
25 This,in brief,is what the Futurist says: for a century,past conditions of life have been conditionally speeding up,till now we live in a world of noise and violence and speed.
26 The invention relates to a wrist-wearing electronic identity device for converting vein identity verification into conditionally output radio identity verification information.
27 Unable to build custom action named'% 1'because it uses a conditionally installed file.
28 We will provide necessary English training to the new employees conditionally.
29 Predicate: Logical expression that modifies the control flow to conditionally trace the data.
30 Use a structured statement when you want to execute other statements sequentially, conditionally, or repeatedly.
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