Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
It has been 37 years since the passage of Title IX into law, prohibiting gender discrimination in federally funded educational programs.
Wilfred was the Catalan Count of Barcelona (878-897) who created the tradition of hereditary passage of titles.
Discontent with Urban Renewal came fairly swiftly on the heels of the passage of Title I and the Housing Act of 1949.
The court may accelerate the passage of title in the land, divesting a tenant or life estate holder of the property and vesting it in the landlord or remainderman.
This mechanism was later used to avoid restrictions on the passage of title in land by a system in which a landowner would give land to one person for the use of another.
On the other hand, Mr. Treacy said, when a life estate is used, the transfer is considered an "incomplete gift" for tax purposes because the passage of title doesn't become "complete" until the death of the life tenant.
The relevant question, as the Court seems to acknowledge, is whether, notwithstanding the passage of Title VII and similar state legislation, the States continued to engage in widespread discrimination on the basis of gender in the provision of family leave benefits.
In "Crashing the Net," Mary Turco, who teaches women's studies at Dartmouth, chronicles the team's triumphs and disappointments on and off the ice, and analyzes the effect the passage of Title IX had on the players' athletic careers.
The first fire police officers in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania were appointed in Meadville, Crawford County in 1896 and until the passage of title 35 in 1941, had no greater authority than that which could be provided by their respective fire company and municipality.
The Women's World Cup will undoubtedly be remembered as an epochal moment in women's sports, along with the Billie Jean King-Bobby Riggs tennis match in 1973, and the passage of Title IX in 1972, which essentially forbid discrimination on the basis of gender.