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BAD

/B-A-D/ Broken As Designed, a play on "working as designed", from IBM. Failing because of bad design and misfeatures rather than because of bugs.
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The inference is that, had the taxpayer specifically identified an allowance account (or portion thereof) as offsetting the bad debt in question--as in Brandtjen & Kluge, Inc.
The bad news is they had to spend the GNP of Estonia to do it.
Perhaps the most effective protection from bad faith is a well-trained and knowledgeable claims handling staff.
Her hypothesis stated that both males and females would feel embarrassed or depressed when asked to remember a bad hair day, but she proposed that females would be more affected than males.
You either produce specific works that address the idea of a girl being bad (beating up boys or playing with yourself) or you forget about the theme and simply show your current work.
He claimed Landbank's bad debts, which he said totaled $9.
Our Courts will analyze each such case on its specificfacts to determine if the broker was terminated in bad faith.
166(d) provides that noncorporate taxpayers can claim short-term capital losses for nonbusiness bad debts.
At issue in O'Donnell was whether discovery requests could be considered evidence of bad faith.
In Generis, 405 US 93 (1972), the Supreme Court considered whether the taxpayer's payment under an indemnification agreement qualified as a business or nonbusiness bad debt.
To help correct Santa's errors, Sam Goody offered those who received bad gifts this year the opportunity to express their disappointment at the Sam Goody "Bad-Gift Boycott" at Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota.