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donation

[dō′nā·shən]
(mycology)
In conjugation, a process involving a nonconjugative plasmid and a conjugative plasmid in which the latter provides the missing conjugative function to the former so that the former may be transferred.
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The CJP remarked Mian Rehmat Ali had donated 99 kanals, 10 marla land for educational purposes in 1947.
I advise all celebrities and VIPs not to reveal their donated sums.
Ralph Lauren bag pounds 8 with 20 per cent donated to Polo Ralph Lauren Pink Pony Fund
com) had 1,500 computers in 15 schools and 12 ancillary sites that were unstable and difficult to maintain, so the machines were donated to Computers for Schools and replaced with low cost refurbished units.
Existing Law: The amount of the deduction for charitable donations of capital gain property generally equals the fair market value (FMV) of the donated property on the date of the donation.
It is sad,'' says Barbara Anspaugh of La Crescenta, who has donated more than 300 units of platelets since 1988.
As part of this effort, Harmonic Vision donated the complete set of 48 lessons and games in Music Ace Maestro, plus a license to install the software on the 15 computers in the music room.
Speaking at a recent Investment & Tax planning breakfast hosted by American ORT--a non-profit international education and training organization that individuals can donate to using charitable remainder trusts--Myerberg presented an example of how a middle class individual, aged 70, donated a commercial property worth $300,000 and will reap a projected return of $283,000 spread over 16 years.
The Bayer Group, Leverkusen, Germany has donated EUR 10 million (US$ 13 million) in cash and medicine.
In order for stewardship of donated funds to be managed effectively, it is critical that financial aid, finance, and development officers work closely together.
Abstract: Because of the many improvements in medical and pharmaceutical technologies and the success of organ transplant procedures, there is a growing need for donated organs.
Part I focuses on the adjusted gross income percentage limits and other restrictions, which vary according to the classification of the donee organization and the donated property.