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separate

designating or relating to a Church or similar institution that has ceased to have associations with an original parent organization

separate

[′sep·rət]
(geology)
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The courts have looked to the following additional factors when considering whether a taxpayer is engaged in separate trades or businesses: (1) the existence of common management; (2) whether the taxpayer holds out each fine as a separate business; (3) the use of separate bank accounts; (4) whether the businesses share employees; and (5) the nature of each business.
Seaborn, which left the issue of classification of property as community or separate property to the states.
Equipment to separate OCC from smaller items has been proven in the field for years, but in paperstock plants and municipal material recovery facilities much more so than in mixed C&D applications.
Reflecting the view that the application of the combination rule should not be restricted to foreign branch separate units, the proposed regulations would combine all separate units directly or indirectly owned by a single domestic corporation.
The court found that the written separation agreement was valid because, although it did not specifically state the two intended to remain separate and apart, they actually had lived apart during the period at issue.
Combining Joule with a separate lens eliminates the need for a reflector, making body color or contrasting taillights a possibility.
Instead of relying on separate physical SAN fabrics for different applications or user groups, storage administrators can segment a single common fabric into multiple, logically isolated fabrics.
Describe ways in which establishing separate black and white schools was unfair.
After eight years on the market, this system from TLT Turbo Laminare Trentechnik in Frankfurt Germany; now separates about 350 million lb/yr of mixed polymer flake at 21 European installations.
s must keep business activity separate from personal activity, commingling funds can sometimes be irresistible to sole proprietors and home-based businesses.
Your reviewer found himself asking precisely the same question as he made his way through A Promise Fulfilled: Highlights in the Political History of Catholic Separate Schools in Ontario, Michael Power's magisterial account of how Ontario Catholics won their children fully funded education from kindergarten to high-school graduation.