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account

1. 
a. a regular client or customer, esp a firm that purchases commodities on credit
b. an area of business assigned to another
2. on account
a. on credit
b. as partial payment
3. settle or square accounts with to pay or receive a balance due

account

An established relationship for some purpose such as identifying a user on a computer or making financial transactions. See user account, guest account and account number.
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752 for taking into account certain obligations of disregarded entities.
A second multivariate analysis assessed associations between maternal employment changes and low birth weight in infants, taking into account two other factors possibly influencing birth weight (maternal race and prepregnancy weight).
8) Based on all the facts of record, it has been determined that Bank is subject to a supervisory framework that is consistent with the activities of the proposed representative office, taking into account the nature of such activities.
167(0(1) or 168, as applicable, is determined for the placed-in-service year and all subsequent years by taking into account the 30-percent additional first year depreciation deduction.
To achieve the prescribed article dimensions, the mold must be manufactured taking into account the shrinkage factor.
The critic affirms that only by taking into account various types of Italian Renaissance influence - Bembo's theories of poetic imitation, Bernardo Tasso's spearheading of a reaction against Petrarchism, and mythological iconography in Italian painting of the period - can we appreciate how Garcilaso's brief opus actually breaks down into three distinct stages: the Hispanic cancionero style, the Petrarchan style, and the Neoclassical style.
IQ/Quote for Windows 95 calculates quotes, taking into account user-defined cost factors such as material cost, profit margins, machine-hour rates, and secondary operation costs.
Former Moorpark High School track booster club president Ellis Green said he felt the decision to replace Smith was made without taking into account what Smith has contributed to the program over the past 13 years.
While the IRC is unclear, earnings and profits should be increased by the amount of the gain, calculated by taking into account the liabilities distributed.
Taking into account the recent acquisition, the Company now expects 2007 call volume to increase over 20% and revenue to increase approximately 12% compared to full year 2006.