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The act of entering data into the computer. After a line of text is typed, pressing the Enter key, also called the "Return key," causes the computer to input the data. See Enter key.
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Since you only allow one entry per family per month, will I negate my entry if I accidentally enter twice?
Tax year of finality: The safe harbor for the tax year of finality for children who receive an IR2, IR3 or IR4 visa is either the tax year in which (1) the competent foreign authority enters a decree of adoption or (2) a home state court enters a decree of re-adoption or otherwise recognizes the decree of the foreign-sending country, if that tax year is one of the next two tax years after the one in which the competent authority enters the decree.
Be sure to enter a large enough number to cover the period you want because Excel permanently erases the change history for any days beyond that deadline, including discarded changes.
The safest tactic would be to have the undercover officer leave the premises before the arrest team enters to make the arrest.
Eliminate the need for the techs to come into the office to receive assignments, turn in paperwork or enter their time.
The customer enters the SDR number to retrieve the current status of the SDR with all pertinent information.
Unlike some of her contest counterparts, who are obsessed with entering recipe contests and have won big prizes, Walker enters only those contests for which the products or ingredients required "appeal to me and spark my creativity.
By permitting the adoption of a retroactive effective date, which we believe the IRS is authorized to permit, final regulations will enable taxpayers and the IRS to reach agreements that promote a proper matching of the character and timing of recognition of gain or loss with respect to a hedge and the hedged item, regardless of which legal entity within the group enters the hedge or holds the hedged property or obligation.
An aggressive competitor with a range that extends well north of the Arctic Circle, the ruffe tends to dominate whatever ecosystem it enters.
In addition race fans can enter UPC codes from participating products as part of the P&G brandSAVER500 Online Race, which also enters them into the overall sweepstakes.
Thus, any taxpayer that enters into a VPF should reflect on all aspects of its arrangement with the counterparty, including the pledge arrangement and other existing agreements (e.
To ensure the validity of the records, the investigating agency enters the information into the system, and only the agency entering the records can update or clear these entries.