He has also used his account to respond to the public regarding the economy and employment.
During 1950s to 1990s, the two countries conducted economic activities using accounts on government agreements.
Also, students may use their account at nearly any accredited college nationwide.
She went to the bridge and placed the call, using her own now-fatter account.
You can use my account at the University of Rochester.
He is also charged with using such secret accounts to cheat on his taxes.
"I have used her account of certain things, certainly training" of nurses.
The Nintendo 64 version can also save progress using different accounts.
If she had the know-how, she would certainly be using her account to help them.
Even with that, they could be concerned about individuals possibly using multiple accounts to get extra listens.
"The use of commercial antitheft systems, to mimic real life, may account for the differences."
Combined, these two uses account for over 80% of all domestic water use.
Residential and agricultural uses account for 21% and 10% respectively.
The use of supertitles may account for the new prosperity of American opera.
He added that while aerators were once thought mainly to manage water quality, decorative uses now account for more than half the company's sales.
The use of a different (European) donor pool can account for the difference.
Massive use of the printing plates he was to pick up could account for the phenomenon of inflation during an economic depression.
This, as well as the use of different ingredients and equipment, would account for any difference in taste between the two versions.
These provisions include the use of tax-free savings accounts to set aside money for medical expenses.
We will repeal the new health care law, which prevents the use of these savings accounts to purchase over-the-counter medicine.