Three of the targets, Lefkofsky, Pegula, and cline, were on the the Forbes 400, a list of the richest people in America.
So, cline officials courted state legislators and hired lobbyists.
In an interview, Buchen said several groups, including cline and the WMC, gave input on the bill.
Weinstein, who declined to comment on the case, was the first to receive a letter, followed by cline on June 14.
Mr. cline, the surgeon, however, decides that a sea-voyage would probably be of more service to her than anything.
The relative size of the tail also varies in a cline from south to north.
I showed a mathematical taste, and early was sent, at the expense of the commune in which cline lived, to the Polytechnic School.
"Yes, you managed it very well; I admired you for it," said my aunt cline.
These characters form a well-marked gradation or cline that extends over a considerable area.
It was also Mrs. Sorel, who pushed past cline and darted into the hall.
A gradual change in an inherited characteristic across the geographic range of a species, usually correlated with an environmental transition such as altitude, temperature, or moisture. For example, the body size in a species of warm-blooded animals tends to be larger in cooler climates (a latitudinal cline), while the flowering time of a plant may tend to be later at higher altitudes (an altitudinal cline). In species in which the gene flow between adjacent populations is high, the cline is typically smooth, whereas in populations with restricted gene flow the cline usually occurs as a series of relatively abrupt changes from one group to the next.