Definitions for "Ohio"
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Old Northwest, Ohio River and Great Lakes state
Columbus 432$169$189$21$19$3,156 Cleveland 441$171$186$17$17$2,921 Cincinnati 452$169$187$20$19$3,276
30 or 10% of the face amount of the instrument, whichever is greater. plus the amount of any fees charged to the holder of the check by any financial institution as a result of the check not being honored Ohio Rev. Code Ann. f 1319.16 (2003).
Each local school district is to decide whether, and in what manner, to recite the Pledge. If a school district does decide to recite, no student will be required to do so; and if a student does not recite, he may not be intimidated because of his decision. Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 3313.602(A) (2005).
Yes 1994 Flexible 614-466-3910$85.00 None
YES, VERY LIMITED. All sentenced for crimes committed after 7/1/96 are not eligible for parole. The Board does set conditions for those released on determinate sentences. The Board is empowered to impose "bad time" for institutional rule infractions that would be a criminal offense outside prison. "Bad Time" extends the sentence imposed by the sentencing court and may be imposed in increments of 15, 30, 60, 90, days per infraction with accumulation not to exceed half of the original determinate sentence.
a river that is formed in western Pennsylvania and flows westward to become a tributary of the Mississippi River
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Contact - County Extension Offices or Media Distribution, 614-292-1607, fax 614-292-1248 [email protected]
First case: People v. Dascenzo, guilty of aggravated murder, Montgomery County, 1988. Appellate Decision: Ohio v. Penton, 1993. Affirmed PCR and reiterated relevancy as admissibility standard rather than Frye standard. Data Bank established: no Legislated Admissibility passed: no
The Honorable Fred L Dailey Director Ohio Department of Agriculture 8995 East Main Street Reynoldsburg, OH 43068-3399 Phone: 614-466-2732 Fax: 614-466-6124
Keywords:  song, bemoaning, crosby, nash, broadway
"Ohio" is a protest song performed by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and written by Neil Young in reaction to the Kent State shootings of May 4, 1970. It was released as a single, peaking at #14 on the Billboard Hot 100. Its first appearance on an album came on the group's So Far compilation released in 1974.
"Ohio" is a song from the 1953 Broadway musical Wonderful Town, sung by the protagonist, bemoaning the fact that she had left the state of that name for New York.
Keywords:  comments, idzelis, aco, stateside, rima
In Comments filed with the PUC (Case 05-0269-TP-ACO) municipal interests this month urged the PUC to approve the proposed SBC-AT&T merger. The parties say the merger will bring more low-income customers onto Ohio's phone network while encouraging competition, innovation and improving customer service.
The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency will accept comments through December 8 regarding proposed Industrial Waste Beneficial Use regulations. The revisions include definition changes, prohibition and characterization amendments, pollutant limits for the pre-approved uses of industrial byproducts, and specific waste exclusions from this program. The rulemaking also lays out the application process and the details of suspension or revocation of a beneficial use permit. Rima Idzelis at [email protected]
The Ohio Department of Insurance licenses and monitors the business aspects of HMOs and investigates consumer complaints. The Department of Insurance requires that consumers with complaints about their HMOs first go through the plan's internal grievance process, which must be made clear in materials that the enrollee's receive. If the consumer is not happy with the outcome of that process, they may appeal to the Department of Insurance who will then investigate. If the complaint deals with quality or access to health care, the complaint will be referred to the Department of Health for its own investigation. The Ohio Department of Health reviews a plan's access to and quality of care during its initial licensure application, as well as when an HMO expands its service area. The Department of Health also conducts at least one on-site review of HMOs every three years. (PPOs are not regulated by the state.)
Authorized Mortgage Banker; Licensed Second Mortgage Lender (License No. SM7044)
Mortgage Broker License No. MB.803505.000 Second Mortgage Lender License No. SM.501165.000
Keywords:  parvifolia, looser, elm, cultivar, vase
The Chinese Elm U. parvifolia cultivar Ohio is a moderately vase-shaped tree growing to approximately 13 m in height, the crown much the same in diameter but appears much looser and more open than most varieties. The small leaves are grass-green in colour, turning a dull red in autumn. Developed by A.
If the contract is cancelled within sixty (60) days (new vehicle plans) or thirty (30) days (pre-owned vehicle plans) from the date shown on the application and registration page, and no claims have been made, you will receive a full refund. If a claim has been made against your contract, of if the contract has been in effect more than sixty (60) days (new vehicle plans) or thirty (30) days (pre-owned vehicle plans), a pro-rata refund will be calculated based on the greater of the time in force or the miles driven compared to the total time or mileage of your contract term, less a $50 cancellation fee.
Insurance Required: Bodily Injury & Property Damage Liability Minimum Liability Limits: 12.5/25/7.5
10/22/87 Passenger vehicles and noncommercial motor vehicles, motor homes (except cooking and sleeping facilities), manufactured homes, and recreational vehicles, but excluding vehicles of government entities and vehicles of business or commercial enterprises registering 3 or more motor vehicles. 3 repair attempts for same defect. 8 total repair attempts, 1 attempt to repair condition likely to cause death or serious bodily injury, or out of service 30 or more calendar days 1 year or 18,000 miles, whichever occurs first.
Isotelus sp. Trilobite; Ordovician
Keywords:  flint
Ohio Flint
Growing interest in the holding of court hearings in cyberspace is illustrated by Common Pleas Judge James Kimbler in Medina. A report on Freedom Forum Online said he held three hearings through an America Online chat room in which he heard arguments from attorneys in other cities. Although there was no media interest in the case, the method would have precluded coverage by reporters.
Implementing Prekindergarten Ohio has developed a Literacy Mentoring Project which is linked to the early learning standards. It has also developed "Ready to Learn" workshops for family care providers linked to the ELGs. An Implementation Guidance Tool is available on the Department of Education's Web site.
The following persons may adopt: a husband and wife together, at least one of whom is an adult an unmarried adult a married adult without the other spouse, if he or she is a stepparent, or if failure of the other spouse to join is a result of prolonged unexplained absence, unavailability, incapacity, or it is impossible or unreasonably difficult to obtain the spouse's consent.
Keywords:  cuyahoga, valley
Cuyahoga Valley
Keywords:  columbia
OH Columbia
David Bianconi President Progressive Medical, Inc.
Keywords:  nov, awareness, week
Awareness Week Nov 12-18
Keywords:  taxable, commercial
Taxable, commercial use only Taxable Taxable, commercial use only
2,000 deduction per beneficiary per household
(OH)$1,000$25,000 the greater of 5.00% of the unpaid installment amount, or $15$15
Keywords:  hours
24 hours
Ohio State University Extension Service: Environment
Keywords:  office, energy
State Energy Office 614-466-6797
Keywords:  center, resources, water
Water Resources Center
Keywords:  end, open, mortgage
Open-End Mortgage
oh st s 2903.13