Amendment в новостях
|constitutional amendment||Конституционная поправка|
|first amendment||Первая поправка|
|proposed amendment||Предложенная поправка|
|proposed an amendment||Предложил поправку|
Публикации и примеры предложений
The New York Times
· Your Tuesday Briefing →
You can find all our puzzles here.• Times journalists and guests will discuss 100 years of change since women in the U.S. achieved a landmark victory: the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which gave them the right to vote.
· Tata Power: Retain ‘buy’ with target price of Rs 51 →
The Indonesian mining amendment greatly abates the profitability overhang.
· Tesla's New D&O Policy Adds Risk Instead Of Covering It →
On April 28, Tesla (TSLA) filed an amendment to its most recent 10-K that included the following disclosure:
· Political leaders denounce protesters who hung effigy of Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear →
The gathering began as a Second Amendment rally, but morphed into a protest against coronavirus public health measures, NBC affiliate WLEX reported.
· Should Josh Frydenberg's temporary disclosure rule be made permanent? →
Frydenberg’s amendments are a pragmatic recognition that holding companies responsible and liable for statements made in the context of an unknown and unknowable future is not only unfair but is likely to create such levels of risk-aversion as to be counter-productive.
· CEL-SCI: What's Next →
FDA rules specify that sponsors are expected to submit protocol amendments before implementation of the changes and can only implement changes after the protocol amendment has been approved.
· Medical experts propose banning of reset scrums, upright tackles →
However, it will be up to individual unions to apply the law amendments.
· Biden makes 1st in-person appearance in more than 2 months →
The second President Trump is gone, we need to add an Amendment to prevent anything similar from being possible again.
· The Fed's Corporate Lending Facilities: A Case Of Pseudo Markets →
 Section 13(3) of the Federal Reserve Act arose out of the Banking Act of 1932, otherwise known as the first Glass-Steagall Act, and became law on July 21, 1932, when Senator Glass added it as an amendment to the Emergency Relief and Construction Act.