During the period from the 135th to the 160th day (inclusive) after the date on which an incumbent local exchange carrier receives a request for negotiation under this section, the carrier or any other party to the negotiation may petition a State commission to arbitrate any open issues.
A party petitioning a State commission under paragraph (1) shall provide a copy of the petition and any documentation to the other party or parties not later than the day on which the State commission receives the petition.
The State commission shall resolve each issue set forth in the petition and the response, if any, by imposing appropriate conditions as required to implement subsection (c) upon the parties to the agreement, and shall conclude the resolution of any unresolved issues not later than 9 months after the date on which the local exchange carrier received the request under this section.
However, perhaps the most important symptom in this context is the failure of attempts to stop smoking when a person tries to accomplish this.The page number can be given in parentheses at the end of the exact quotation or incorporated into the in-text citation. Newman (1994) concluded "sibling conflict is so common that its occurrence is taken for granted" (p. Such findings have prompted one researcher to conclude, “Sibling conflict is so common that its occurrence is taken for granted” (Newman, 1994, p. For direct quotations from sources without page numbers, use paragraph numbers, if visibly numbered in the document. 4) (Publication Manual, 6.17) It is best to use the original source, but if you cannot obtain it or it is in a language you don't read, you may cite it secondarily by including the secondary source in the reference list and mentioning the original work in the text. Cyber psychology part I - why the best memes go viral [Blog post]. Frequent smoking is thought to set up a subconscious learning process linked to the release of nicotine from cigarettes.2 When a person decides to stop smoking, s/he is afflicted by urges to smoke, often in places where smoking has previously taken place.3 Furthermore, such a person usually experiences withdrawal symptoms.4 These are mostly adverse moods, but with some physical symptoms as well.It is thought that these urges to smoke are primarily responsible for the failure of most attempts to stop smoking.