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an instance of throwing and catching each prop at least twice.


to throw and catch each object at least twice.

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  • jobseekers with a bachelor‚Äôs degree in political science usually qualify for entry-level positions in a related field, such as assistants or research assistants for research organizations, political campaigns, or nonprofit organization. they may also qualify for some government positions. others go into fields outside of politics and policymaking, such as business or law. bls.gov

  • based on the best available scientific evidence, the wtc health program has determined the shortest allowable cancer latency period for each type of cancer covered by the program. any cancer certified for treatment in the program must meet this cancer latency period, in addition to any other certification requirements. a cancer diagnosed earlier than this minimum latency period cannot be certified and will not qualify for treatment. in other words, if your cancer does not meet the minimum latency requirement as set by the wtc health program, your wtc health program provider cannot request certification of your cancer. there are no exceptions. cdc.gov

  • applicants can qualify for both field and office positions. the office positions, which are more limited, will be located in area census offices. the role of these offices is to recruit, select, hire, train, manage, and pay all office and field staff who work within the designated boundaries of the geographic territory assigned to the office. census.gov

  • language proficiency hiring bonuses are paid to new employees who meet the minimum proficiency* requirements from a qualifying list of languages, work in a language-designated occupation and sign a continued service agreement with the cia. the amount of the bonus is based on criteria set by the cia. new employees can qualify for this hiring bonus in more than one language. cia.gov

  • other exclusions might be patients who have cancer, patients who are in heart failure, patients who have serious lung disease, patients who have really serious anemia. so the primary care physician and eventually the neurologist has to make the call as to whether the patient qualifies or not. the sponsor, the drug company, specifies it very clearly. if you have a stroke, you don't qualify. if you have a cancer, you don't qualify. if you have heart failure, you don't qualify. everydayhealth.com

  • will any of the children be allowed to remain in the u.s.? there are two routes children can pursue to stay in the u.s.: refugee asylum and special immigrant juvenile status. according to the un, a refugee is "someone who has been forced to flee his or her country because of persecution, war, or violence. a refugee has a well-founded fear of persecution for reasons of race, religion, nationality, political opinion or membership in a particular social group." children who can prove they've been abused, abandoned, or neglected may qualify for special immigrant juvenile status. according to the un, 58% of the children in custody may qualify for international protection: an estimated 72% from el salvador, 38% from guatemala, 57% from honduras, and 64% from mexico. factmonster.com

  • group 2--those who qualify for medicaid, usually because they are disabled and also qualify for ssi and who do not qualify for group 3 because they do not have a serious mental illness (smi). some people are in this group because they qualify for medicaid on the basis of having a disability, even though they are not ssi beneficiaries, or because they live in a state that has expanded medicaid eligibility. hhs.gov

  • at least three but no more than four teams from the asian football confederation will qualify for france '98. group winners automatically qualify then the two second place teams will play on neutral ground on nov. 16, 1997. the winner qualifies, the loser must then play oceania group winner australia in a home-and-home series on nov. 22 and 29, 1997 for a bid. infoplease.com

  • this florida member of the women's life saving corps of the american red cross: miss edna m. wallace, secretary to the mayor of daytona, is one of the first women in the country to qualify for the red cross diploma 12 january 1920 [date received] | 1 negativelc-a6195- 8432 [p&p] | lc-dig-anrc-05185 (digital file from original) loc.gov

  • if you qualify for endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty, your health care team will give you specific instructions on how to prepare for your procedure. you may need to have various lab tests and exams before surgery. you may have restrictions on eating, drinking and which medications you can take. you may also be required to start a physical activity program. mayoclinic.org

  • ellison: to qualify for it, basically a person has to be relatively healthy. people can get long-term care insurance with some medical problems. i'm not sure what they are but i honestly can't answer that question with any authority. if you have a serious ailment, you're probably not going to qualify. medicinenet.com

  • people in high deductible health plans (hdhp) qualify for an hsa. hdhps have higher deductibles than other plans. to be considered an hdhp, your plan has to have deductibles that meet a certain dollar amount. for 2018, this amount is over $1,350 for a single person. the amount changes slightly every year. medlineplus.gov

  • additionally, individuals identified by screening are generally asymptomatic or in early stages of hcv. in canada, patients generally need to have more advanced fibrosis to qualify for treatment. "as a result, it is likely that most individuals who would be identified by screening would not qualify for drug coverage under their provincial plan," the guidelines state. medpagetoday.com

  • medicare covers home health care services that are classified as skilled nursing care, including wound care and monitoring of disorders such as heart failure or diabetes. however, the amount of and time frame for such coverage is limited. when people no longer need skilled care, they are usually responsible for the costs of any further nursing care. long-term care insurance or medicaid (for people who qualify) may cover home care services. veterans may also qualify for home care services depending on their needs and disability rating. merckmanuals.com

  • nih is committed to the continued support of new and early stage investigators; they bring fresh ideas and pioneer new areas of investigation. nih has a number of policies and programs to encourage the support of these populations. learn about these policies and whether you might qualify as a new or early stage investigator. nih.gov

  • there are¬†legitimate ways to have your loans forgiven, but you must meet specific requirements to qualify. research forgiveness programs as soon as possible, as it may affect your repayment strategy. if you work as a public servant and are interested in public service loan forgiveness, you should fill out an employment certification form to find out if you qualify. usa.gov