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It is so ordered.It appearing to the Court that the District Court of Appeal, Second District, did not declare invalid a State Statute or a provision of the State Constitution, and that, therefore, it is without jurisdiction, this appeal is hereby dismissed subject to reinstatement if jurisdiction is established on proper motion filed within fifteen (15) days from the date of this order. See Article V, Section 3(b)(1), Florida Constitution.SYDNOR J. TUCKER, as Trustee of the Estate of Bula E. Croker, Bankrupt, and JOHN MAGEE, Petitioners, v. CROWN CORPORATION, Respondent191 So. 2d 481 We infer from the scanty record that matters proceeded without incident up to a point where plaintiff had satisfactorily completed a major part of the work prescribed, for which payment in full had been made and received. The record does not reveal where or how this payment was made. After agreed adjustments there remained work to be done under the contract of a value of $2,534.95.District Court of Appeal, 1st District - No. AB-427http://articles.herb1.ca/index.php?page=article&article_id=4840 http://www.radiofreebooks.com/basic-elements-in-bankruptcy/ No motion for rehearing will be entertained by the Court.EDWARD H. SWANSTON, Appellant, v. JOYCE E. SWANSTON, Appellee.The parties to an agreement may provide therein where suit may be brought to enforce it if such should become necessary, but in the absence of such a specification, a cause of action accrues where the breach of contract accrues or where the payee resides and a suit based on failure to pay may be brought where such failure accrues.476 So 2d 674476 So. 2d 674;1985 Fla LEXIS 39991985 Fla. LEXIS 3999CASE No. 86,643
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I think Intel gets a lot of positive PR from its peresnce in Israel. I believe the only other thing that might have gotten more attention in the last year is the Israeli Baseball League.Perhaps Intel could become a sponsor and then that would be moot a point? =-)I also think the fab in Ireland has also been treated favorably by the press. Ireland and Israel are interesting case studies for U.S. corporations with an overseas peresnce.I know that Ireland has favorable tax advantages and Israel has a lot of very bright engineers.On the flipside, Intel has received some negative publicity with regard to India. I know that there are some infrastructure issues with respect to water and electricity, but it seems like this could be an area where social responsibility and technology come together.Wouldn't it be nice if Intel worked with India to solve the water and electricity problem in at least one part of India to prove it can be done elsewhere.I believe Intel is shooting for 20% of the mobile telephone market with Silverthorne and the fastest growing handheld market is India. Why not work with India to produce mountains of Silverthorne processors in India for the local market?And that is the same market that could make good use of sub $100 smart phones/computers.I believe India is a much, much better bet over the long haul than China since it has a free market and respects human rights (i.e., freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, etc.). More importantly, most of its growth is domestic and not dependent on foreign exports.Some food for thought.

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