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Dora,

Canaanite seaport, ancient Palestine (modern Israel), N of Caesarea Palestinae. It was never a Jewish city but rather a Phoenician outpost. It was rebuilt by the Romans; still visible are the ruins of a temple and a theater. Later it was fortified by the Crusaders. References to it in the Bible are numerous.
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The data center and associated vendor services must be compliant with IRS Publication 1075 (Attachment A), PCI-DSS and South Carolina Code Section 12-54-240, SC DOR Information Security Policies (Attachment B) and SC DOR Information Security Standards (Attachment C), Federal law and State law.
The students just finished up their internships at DOR, where they spent several months working in auditing and taxpayer services," said DOR Commissioner Amy Pitter.
When appropriate, DOR will seek a downward modification for the father after establishing support for the mother.
On April 10, 2006, DOR completed a Private Equity Financing of $3.
The DOR announced (6) a change in position on when an investment partnership is doing business in the state.
Sigma-Tau's premium investment in DOR shares gives us the cash necessary to complete our upcoming confirmatory Phase 3 clinical trial of orBec(R) in GI GVHD.
The Illinois DOR has finally issued a proposed regulation that defines the term "financial organization" for Illinois income tax apportionment purposes (Proposed 86 Ill.
The state tax court held that a taxpayer's extension agreements with the IRS did not extend the time for the DOR to issue deficiency notices.
We are excited to work with DOR on the RiVax(TM) project," commented Gary Mossman, Chief Operating Officer of Cambrex.
The DOR ruled that deliveries to in-state customers using company-owned vehicles or owned or leased railcars would establish nexus with the state, unless such activities were de minimis.
65 million, DOR will issue, subject to customary closing conditions, approximately 13.