Uncommon definition

Uncommon requests means any request to inspect public records that differs from those requests normally received. By way of example, but not of limitation, this includes requests from the media involving sensitive issues; requests concerning ongoing litigation in which BMDWCAis involved; requests from or related to public officers; requests for non-final contracts; requests for non-confidential personnel information such as salaries when the request is made for purposes other than to verify employment or for a credit check; requests for exempt records; requests for data contained within an electronic information system; requests for information in electronic form and requests that require a significant expenditure of resources;

Examples of Uncommon in a sentence

She also co-edited Uncommon Property: The Fishing and Fish Processing Industries in British Columbia.

Additional characters beyond 400 would have been appreciated so we could also highlight the following areas:○ Student community service hours○ College credit and scholarships earned by our graduates○ Uncommon co-op and apprenticeship opportunities for students across our high school○ Top notch experiences in the arts○ Excellent facilitiesWhen comparing Oostburg to all districts across the state we believe there is a strong argument to be made that no schools have a greater return on investment.

Mouw, Uncommon Decency: Christian Civility in an Uncivil World, Downers Grove: Intervarsity Press, 1992.4 Matt.

More Definitions of Uncommon

Uncommon procedures
Uncommon for one of 100 copies "Limited run" for one of 1000 copies "Common" for one of 10,000 copies

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