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Philosophy of or relating to substance rather than to attributes, accidents, or modifications
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at least two accumulator segments having a substantially circumferential orientation such that each of the at least two accumulator segments have a major axis that run substantially circumferentially and intersects the at least one longitudinal segment at a vertex, wherein each of the respective intersections of the at least one substantially longitudinal segment and each of the at least two accumulator segments when measured from the vertex forms a step having a discernible angle of less than about 110[degrees].
2 billion dollar volume for 2006 was substantially higher than the $2.
The originating state's licensing qualifications are deemed substantially, equivalent.
relates to a substantially certain, predictable stream of income;
2701 "would not apply, for example, to a recapitalization not involving a contribution to capital if all shareholders held substantially identical interests both before and after the recapitalization.
A new, more effective vaccine would be expected to improve TB control substantially, and therefore, vaccine development is one of the highest priorities in TB research (4,5).
However, these odds were substantially reduced among women who had used the pill for 5-9 years (0.
TEI's overarching concerns with these regulations are the potential they pose for (1) substantially increasing compliance costs without a commensurate improvement in the quality of information supplied to the IRS, (2) increasing uncertainty for taxpayers, and (3) heightening the risk of underpayment penalties for foot faults relating to inadvertent failures to file disclosure statements for reportable transactions.
Individual CPAs who either practice across state lines or who serve clients in other states electronically would not be required to obtain an additional reciprocal or temporary license, if they hold a valid license from another state and if their state is deemed substantially equivalent -- or if they are individually deemed substantially equivalent.
For purposes of the ADA, disability means having a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, having a record of such an impairment, or being regarded as having such an impairment.
We think the language is properly read as requiring that a person be presently - not potentially or hypothetically - substantially limited in order to demonstrate a disability,'' she said, adding that ``a `disability' exists only where an impairment `substantially limits' a major life activity, not where it `might,' `could,' or `would' be substantially limiting if mitigating measures were not taken.
Private nonfarm payroll employment rose substantially over July and August despite the retarding effects of a work stoppage at a major package shipping firm.