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report

1. Brit a statement on the progress, academic achievement, etc., of each child in a school, written by teachers and sent to the parents or guardian annually or each term
2. a written account of a case decided at law, giving the main points of the argument on each side, the court's findings, and the decision reached

Report

 

(1) An oral or written statement in a form stipulated by regulations for servicemen in addressing commanders. In the navy the watch officer makes a morning report to the ship commander. It provides information on the condition of the ship, the weather, and the situation at sea for a given period of time.

(2) A statement concerning the fulfillment of an assignment or obligation.


Report

 

a written or oral exposition of a theme, including a review of the related literature and other sources. A report generally aims to provide scientific or scholarly information. Reports are widely used in scientific research institutions, higher educational institutions, political education institutions, and people’s universities. In general-education schools and specialized secondary educational institutions, reports include essays prepared by students on an extracurricular subject.

report

[ri′pȯrt]
(acoustics)
Sharp explosive sound, as of a shot, bursting bomb, or projectile.
(computer science)
An output document prepared by a data-processing system.

report

A term used by ATC (air traffic control) to instruct pilots to advise ATC of specific information or to pass the same to ATC.

report

A printed or microfilmed collection of facts and figures with page numbers and page headings. See report writer and query.
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In the four months since the ACTs Reportable Conduct Scheme came into force, a number of reports have been made to the ACT Ombudsman and a number of employers have sought advice on how to make their organisations more child-safe.
For FATCA purposes the reportable information consists of the following:
The proposed regulations clarify the phrase "decrease in tax" (1) as reflecting the difference between the amount of tax reported on the filed return and a hypothetical return without the reportable transaction, taking into account "adjustments that result mechanically from backing out the reportable transaction" and (2) as including "any other tax that results from participation in the reportable transaction but was not reported on the taxpayer's return," such as an excise tax on excess individual retirement account contributions.
9) Furthermore, whilst there is limited capacity for Coroners Courts around the country to deal with any increase in medical-setting reportable deaths, the current funding and resourcing deficits for some Coroners Courts (10) do not deflect from the need for appropriate reporting criteria; to suggest otherwise is a case of the proverbial 'tail wagging the dog'.
The West Virginia Reportable Disease rule also contains strict provisions to protect patient confidentiality.
To complete the screens in the Reportable Food electronic portal, the authorized individual may provide the required information for only one of the facilities.
htm Reportable Food Registry can be accessed at: http://www.
The prize may not be interest, but that doesn't necessarily mean its not reportable income to the IRS.
6011-4 is that every taxpayer who has participated in a reportable transaction must disclose that transaction on their return.
Based on a review of the Forms 8886, Reportable Transaction Disclosure Statement, and Schedules M-3 received during the 2005 filing season, the IRS and Treasury announced in Notice 2006-6 that the book-tax difference category of reportable transactions under Treas.
3, 2004, on tax underpayments resulting from listed transactions or undisclosed reportable transactions.
We advocate resuming blastomycosis as a reportable disease in Ontario to facilitate tracking cases.

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