Origin of issuance
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Examples from the Web for issuance
Two weeks later, Kimberling filed a motion for issuance of judgment, in the hope of getting a new trial.The Weirdest Story About a Conservative Obsession, a Convicted Bomber, and Taylor Swift You Have Ever Read
August 30, 2014
Even worse, governments found a way to shut down the issuance.Why Bitcoin is a Bubble
April 10, 2013
The Marquet study showed that the most common embezzlement scheme involved the issuance of forged checks or unauthorized checks.Most Notorious ‘Pink-Collar’ Criminal to Be Sentenced for $53 Million Theft
February 14, 2013
But with last night's issuance of a simple traffic ticket, silence may have been golden there, too.Could It Get Worse?
December 2, 2009
Mr. Gleason had not appeared since the issuance of the orders to march.Marion's Faith.
The state provides for the issuance of three kinds of certificates.
I can only repeat the assurance given before the issuance of the order.Chattanooga and Chickamauga
Henry V. Boynton
The rules for the issuance of books should be made as simple as possible.The Library and Society</p>
The issuance of the Austrian ultimatum precipitated a grave crisis.The Evidence in the Case
James M. Beck
- the act of issuing
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Word Origin and History for issuance
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