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  • They may or may not offer various types of services, at a single point of access.
  • In contrast, a private company may not offer to the public any shares in itself.
  • There is little difference in appearance or cost between them; the funeral home may or may not offer a choice.
  • Why are we kept back that we may not offer in its season the offering to the Lord among the children of Israel? Cited from The Bible, Douay-Rheims, Numbers Book 4
  • But -- with you -- they may not offer me harm. Cited from God's Country--And The Woman, James O. Curwood
  • Though there are some cases where insurance companies may not offer coverage for EIFS several companies do.
  • If you have what are called higher views, you should not forget there is a great opening now in public life, which may not offer again. Cited from Tancred, by Benjamin Disraeli
  • I admit that I may not offer you quite as much as the place cost, but houses never fetch their first cost. Cited from Herbert Carter's Legacy, by Horatio Alger
  • By Costa Rican law, two different public universities may not offer the same degree program.
  • Division III schools may not offer any athletic scholarships.
  • It may or may not offer the communal services of a synagogue.
  • Varnishes often offer a desired effect, and a synthetic variety may not offer what an originally natural resin provided.
  • As well, a system may or may not offer some classes of programming, such as a national newscast, which are typically provided by a network.
  • Wall switch modules may not offer this feature.
  • Therefore, investors may not offer Income Share Agreements for social workers given current tuition rates.
  • There are fears that the A-level may not offer an accurate test of ability, nor will it be a good prediction of future academic success.
  • These courses use the same curriculum as classroom-based education but are available to students whose schools may not offer courses they wish to take or are required for certain professions.
  • As the table above makes clear, some surfaces commonly used do not provide adequate protection from the effects of falling, or may not offer adequate wheelchair access.
  • Regular bras are not recommended for nursing mothers because they may not offer adequate support or may put pressure on the breasts.
  • However, the new centers, such as the one in Artesia, New Mexico, may not offer facilities compatible with due process.
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