Converted species names are based on the accepted binomial under the preexisting code.
A converted name is a name established under the PhyloCode and derived from a preexisting Linnaean binomial.
preexisting Linnaean binomial.
preexisting state, it will be said to undergo various kinds of motion.
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No powers are expressly allotted to the states, because the states are contemplated as continuing to enjoy those preexisting powers which they have by their own right, and not as devolved upon them by the nation.
Learn the premiums for different plans, what the co-pay costs are for prescriptions and doctor and emergency room visits, and whether or not the plan you're interested in covers preexisting conditions you might have.
Los Angeles: In Los Angeles, the Solar Incentive Program was developed as an additional measure that could work in conjunction with preexisting statewide incentives in California.
We do recommend checking in with a qualified health care provider if anyone has any preexisting conditions and concerns about making diet changes.
Since he/she is most familiar with your medical history, this visit can rule out any drug interactions or preexisting health conditions that may be causing your symptoms.
If you want to design your degree instead of choosing from a list of preexisting programs, you may be in luck.
All you need to do is to use the preexisting formulas in the spreadsheet to do the calculations for you.
Repeat this process with the other side, tucking the corners in and folding with the preexisting creases.
Whether she's incorporated into a zodiac tattoo design or added to a preexisting tattoo design, Tinkerbell can be as large or as small as you'd like.
Because most Chinese characters are small in size, a Chinese word can be added to nearly any preexisting tattoo or as a single piece of body art on smaller body areas such as the inner wrists, the back of the neck or behind your earlobes.
In March 2008, the Vaccine Court awarded Hannah Poling compensation because her childhood vaccinations aggravated a preexisting mitochondrial disorder and caused autism-like symptoms.
Detractors of the study pointed out that the study involved only 12 children, all of whom had preexisting gastrointestinal problems before receiving the MMR vaccine.
Five children in the study had preexisting developmental concerns that were documented.
Any sort of preexisting condition, such as a major illness or diagnosis, must be revealed to the insurance provider before a policy is issued.
If a preexisting condition is not revealed to the provider and then the insured person seeks out medical care resulting in an insurance claim, the provider has every right to deny payment.
If a preexisting condition exists and was not disclosed, an insurance company has the right to refuse to pay the medical bills associated with the condition and immediately terminate the policy.
Also find out if preexisting conditions are covered.
Most temporary medical insurance plans will not cover preexisting conditions.
Texans who have preexisting conditions or who have other issues, which make obtaining health insurance difficult, can apply to join the health insurance risk pool.
Preexisting medical conditions, even those conditions that have since disappeared, can make your term life insurance costlier.
Coverage may not include preexisting conditions.
Or, you may be denied insurance or offered an expensive policy if you have a preexisting condition.
Employees with COBRA coverage can purchase private individual policies after the 18 months if they have no preexisting conditions.
People who have preexisting conditions or who want complete coverage at a low deductible may not wind up getting a better deal when using a private company instead of using a program sponsored by an employer.
Guaranteed issue health insurance is a product available to people who are not able to get coverage under a standard individual health insurance policy due to a preexisting condition.
A preexisting condition is one that you have seen a doctor for or are currently receiving treatment for.
Each insurance company has its own definition of what a preexisting condition is and decides when it will cover someone who has one.
Some companies will make you wait between 12-18 months before they will agree to cover you for any expenses relating to the preexisting condition.
You will need to provide information about the preexisting condition in the medical questionnaire when you apply for coverage.
Additionally, if you have a history of good health and no preexisting health conditions, you are more likely to obtain lower cost health insurance than someone who has a history of poor health.
The North Carolina Health Insurance Risk Pool (NCHIRP) is designed to provide affordable health insurance to eligible residents who cannot find reasonably priced coverage elsewhere due to a preexisting health condition.
Depending on your situation, including your income and any preexisting conditions, the state you reside in may provide some or all of the health care you need.
If you are in bad health, or if you have a preexisting condition, you may want to consider applying for health insurance through an insurer that does not require a physical exam.
Equal insurance would be available to all, including those with preexisting conditions and terminal illnesses.
If you are in good health you can expect to pay less for adequate health insurance than someone else would who has preexisting medical conditions.
What is the best place to buy medical insurance when you have preexisting conditions?
If, on the other hand, you have been turned down for coverage as a result of your preexisting condition you will have to find another source.
An insurance company specializing in customers with preexisting conditions is an option, but a better option is to try to join a health insurance pool through your state.
Families can lower their potential costs of health insurance if they are healthy and do not have preexisting conditions.
Preexisting Conditions for Children - Effective September 2010, insurance companies cannot discriminate against children who have preexisting medical conditions.
Preexisting Conditions for Adults - Interim health insurance coverage will be available in a high-risk pool for individuals with pre-existing conditions until insurance exchanges are available.
Preexisting Conditions for Anyone - Starting in 2014 health insurance cannot be denied to anyone with a preexisting condition.
If you have a preexisting condition that will require costly dental procedures down the road, you may be denied by some insurance companies and will have to look for a plan that will cover your procedures.
Make sure you read the fine print on these plans, as some may not cover preexisting medical or dental conditions, and others have a higher deductible.
Some will require you to have checkups and tests to determine whether you have any preexisting condition for which you may be denied coverage (or asked to pay more for coverage).
Do you have a preexisting condition, such as an illness or mental disorder?
Unless noted on the application the show requires that you have some form of preexisting personal relationship with your teammate.
Some cast members already have preexisting grudges with each other and plenty of cast members have previous romantic interludes with each other that either make for more romance or instead bring up hard feelings that evolve into hatred.
Similarly to health insurance, life insurance rates go up when mention is made of a preexisting condition.
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