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tlo2.tlc.state.tx.us 16,628
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en.wikipedia.org 28,718,623
window.state.tx.us 66,724
texinfo.library.unt.edu 13,338
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: Texas Administrative Code
(7) Established a domicile in Texas--A person has established a domicile in Texas if he or she has met the conditions shown in §21.24(d) of this title ...
: Texas Administrative Code
The Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990 created the Specified Low-income Medicare Beneficiary program as an extension of Qualified Medicare ...
: Texas Administrative Code
(I) Calculations using the exponential and hyperbolic decline equations shall ... As an alternative to using the exponential decline equation in clause (i) ...
: Texas Administrative Code
§3.30, Memorandum of Understanding between the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) ...
: Texas Administrative Code
(3) the name, address of the place of business which the custom broker certified the export, and Texas Customs Broker's License number of the broker in ...
: Texas Administrative Code
(1) Refunds for fees charged by NABP for the administration of the NAPLEX and MPJE are in accordance with NABP policy. Rescheduling of an examination ...
: Texas Administrative Code
(1) Refunds for fees charged by NABP for the administration of the NAPLEX and MPJE are in accordance with NABP policy. Rescheduling of an examination ...
: Texas Administrative Code
If a wall does not meet the standard stated in this paragraph, the builder shall take such action as is necessary to bring the variance within the standard. ...
: Texas Administrative Code
(3) provide the applicant or LAR a copy of Forms 1581, 1582, and 1583, which are available at http://www.dads.state.tx.us/handbooks/forms/default.asp, ...
: Texas Administrative Code
(b) An applicant for a Texas educator certificate must: ... and Educational Aides, and Educational Aide Certificate) or complete all ... (2) Under this subsection, a person who holds a valid elementary certificate and has at least one ...
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