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designation

[‚dez·əg′nā·shən]
(computer science)
An item of data forming part of a computer record that indicates the type of record and thus determines how it is to be processed.

designation

A name, title or identification of something. If ABC is designated as "123," then ABC is called "123," or ABC is assigned to the "123" category.
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Therefore, if the place of supply is in a Designated Zone (which is treated as being outside the UAE for VAT purposes), the supply may be outside the scope of VAT.
The Ministry statement said that place of supply is generally determined by looking at the location of the goods, activities or the parties to a transaction, and that if the place of supply is in a Designated Zone it may be outside the scope of VAT.
The court found that there was coverage for the off-premises claim because a causal connection existed between the claim and the bottling company's "supervisory activities, the operation of the designated premises.
A-B's network of 600 wholesalers will support this program at on-premise accounts with scratch-off cards that will make designated drivers eligible for prizes.
The Secretary may also consider other factors including (1) cost-effectiveness; (2) improvements in quality; (3) whether there has been any change in a hospital's designated OPO due to the changes made in definitions for metropolitan statistical areas; and (4) the length and continuity of a hospital's relationship with an OPO other than the hospital's designated OPO.
If and when the opposition has successfully beaten the trap and the ball has advanced into the frontcourt, all five defenders must instantly retreat as one into the designated half court defense.
Designated inventory attorneys must be eligible to practice law in Florida.
The designated Roth 401(k) provides an attractive new retirement savings opportunity for taxpayers.
They purchased an additional amount over and above their son's needs, and designated The VRG as the beneficiary.
Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan designated on November 9, 2001, Governor Edward M.