"(B) Temporary phase-in of telemedicine regulation.—During the period specified in subparagraph (A), the term 'practice of telemedicine' means the practice of medicine in accordance with applicable Federal and State laws by a practitioner (as that term is defined in section 102 of the Controlled Substances Act (21 . 802)) (other than a pharmacist) who is at a location remote from the patient and is communicating with the patient, or health care professional who is treating the patient, using a telecommunications system referred to in section 1834(m) of the Social Security Act (42 . 1395m(m)), if the practitioner is using an interactive telecommunications system that satisfies the requirements of section (a)(3) of title 42, Code of Federal Regulations.
The orange paint used on the General Lee is the least consistent feature off the car. Corvette Flame Red, Hemi Orange and Big and Bad Orange are all correct colors – the latter is reported to be the color used on the 2005 movie cars. A third color you will find on replicas is Vitamin C Orange, which appears very light, making it look the least authentic. The group General Lee Replica photo to the right shows the various colors on a collection of General Lee replicas from the 25th Anniversary Jump Show. The lightest is the Vitamin C Orange, the darkest is Flame Red, and in between lies Hemi Orange.
By 2007, he’d drawn the eye of boxing promoter Gary Shaw, who seemed to fall so in love with Slice’s charisma that he was willing to work around his relative lack of skills. After Slice choked out former boxing champ Ray Mercer in a Cage Fury fight in Atlantic City, he went right to work against a series of hand-picked opponents in EliteXC. First it was Bo Cantrell, then an aging and out of shape “Tank” Abbott, and then a network TV main event bout against James Thompson, whose bulbous cauliflower ear exploded on impact live on CBS in February 2008.