\"Rules of Engagement\" is an episode like many in the second half of DS9's fourth season have been. It's a small, mostly-contained story that tries to work in elements of the larger-consequence, long-term story arc of the Klingon/Federation political situation. Consider \"Return to Grace\" and \"Sons of Mogh,\" for example. Both had something worthwhile to add to the canvas, while neither were really that pressing on their own. \"Rules of Engagement\" is another that falls into this \"relevant but not compelling\" category, but it's probably the least urgent and impacting of the three because its plot really doesn't have very far to reach.
I like Worf's addition to the cast, but I don't like what has been happening with Kira. Her role as a strong character has seemed slighted all this season, and the way the producers seem to dance completely around the established chain of command without so much as a passing reference to it does not sit well at all.
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While Bravo Team is on a special reconnaissance mission abroad, they are diverted to protect a group of American engineers and the dam they are constructing from a terrorist attack. The rules of engagement raise the level of danger, as the team is not permitted to use their weapons unless the enemy fires first.
As the halfway point of the season approaches, CBS is once again America's most-watched network, leading second-place ABC by +2.55 million viewers. The Network has eight of the top 10 scripted series including NCIS, the top drama, and The Big Bang Theory, the #1 comedy in both viewers and adults 18-49.
It launched in February 2007 as a midseason replacement. The ratings for the initial batch of seven shows were good enough to get it a second-season order. The show returned in September for a writers-strike-disrupted 15- episode run. CBS ordered a third season.
At its December 16, 2009 open meeting, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) voted 4-1 to approve certain rule amendments, which will become effective on February 28, 2010, in time for the 2010 proxy season. The amendments will require:
Accelerated Reporting of Voting Results on Form 8-K. The new rules will shift disclosure of shareholder voting results from periodic filings to Form 8-K, which must be filed within four business days of a shareholder meeting. If final voting results are not available within four business days, a company must report preliminary results on Form 8-K and file an amended Form 8-K within four business days of determining the final voting results.
Revision to Compensation Tables. Adopting the reporting method originally proposed by the SEC in August 2006, the new rules will require companies to revise their Summary Compensation and Director Compensation Tables to report the value of stock and option awards made during the fiscal year based on their aggregate grant date fair value, as determined in accordance with FASB ASC Topic 718 (formerly FAS 123(R)). Currently, the rules require companies to report the dollar amount recognized as an expense for financial statement reporting purposes for the fiscal year. The value to be reported for performance-based stock and option awards should be the value at the grant date based on the probable outcome of the performance condition, assessed as of the grant date of the awards. The maximum potential value must appear in a footnote. Companies will be required to present recomputed disclosure for each preceding fiscal year included in the compensation tables.
Alleged breaches also relate to rules requiring full details of manager remuneration during Roberto Mancini's reign from the 2009/10 to 2012/13 seasons and player remuneration between 2010/11 and 2015/16.
A statement from the club on February 6 read: \"Manchester City FC is surprised by the issuing of these alleged breaches of the Premier League Rules, particularly given the extensive engagement and vast amount of detailed materials that the EPL has been provided with.
In February 2020, Man City were accused by UEFA of \"serious\" breaches of the governing body's financial fair play rules between 2012 and 2016 following an investigation prompted by leaked documents published by Der Spiegel. 59ce067264