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refer

[ri′fər]
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To bring the gunsights on a chosen aiming point without moving an artillery piece which has been laid for direction.
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If you want to build a referable business it's important to enhance your customer service and set yourself apart with a differentiating value-add in the mind of your clients and prospects.
But if there is no express PILON clause in the contract or no contract in existence at all, then payment referable to the notice period can be paid gross without deduction of tax.
The leading diagonal (hold italics) indicates exact agreement between the standard and the graders, the bottom left-hand corner (bold) indicates 'over-grading' according to the standard, and the top right-hand corner (italics) indicates 'under-grading' of referable images.
This land purchase increases pretax earnings by eliminating a $7 million per year lease payment and, via a deferred like-kind exchange, allows the company to defer approximately $37 million of cash taxes referable to the sale of land that is part of the cement and concrete assets transaction.
Credit unions have some of the highest net promoter scores of any industry, which evaluates businesses on how referable their product or service is.
Key terms, events and people are bolded and referable in glossary.
Each corporate class is a separate investment fund having specific investment objectives and is specifically referable to a separate portfolio of investments.
They do not represent his earnings or the earnings of his business and are not referable to them.
No clinical signs referable to avian influenza were seen in any bird at the time of capture.
The Tribunal concluded that payments made to Lowry by and on behalf of O'Brien 'were demonstrably referable to the acts and conduct of Mr.
Therefore, rather than representing a discrete diagnostic category with overlapping features as suggested by this article, this putative syndrome probably is best conceptualized as falling within the milder end of a neurodevelopmental disorder spectrum characterized by deficits in social competence, judgment, and perception, accompanied by impaired daily functioning referable to these difficulties.