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GST

Abbrev. for Greenwich sidereal time.
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GST

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GST

(GeSbTe - Germanium-Antimony-Tellurium) The chemical compound used for the recording layer in rewritable optical discs and the memory cell in phase change memory (PCM). See chalcogenide glass, phase change disc and phase change memory.
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We thus renamed all these genes based on nomenclature of zebrafish GSTs according to the amino acid sequences alignment.
Sequences analysis and alignment of common carp GSTs
The IRSRRA '98 legislative history(26) also clarified that, for existing trusts, transferors can make a late allocation of any GST exemption amount attributable to indexing adjustments under the rules applicable to late allocations under Secs.
Example: X transferred $2,000,000 to a trust in 1995, and allocated his entire $1,000,000 GST tax exemption to the trust (resulting in an inclusion ratio of 0.50).
Some of the important salient features of GST are noted below.
* GST is applicable to all goods and services except Alcohol for human consumption.
GST tax repeal: The temporary repeal and reinstatement of the GST tax create unique transition problems.
Alternatively, Congress could allow tranfferors who make lifetime gifts in trust in 2010 to allocate GST exemption to those trusts in that year.
Because the net split gifts were not listed separately, it was difficult to identify gifts subject only to the gift tax from those potentially subject to both gift and GST taxes.
This simplifies identifying these gifts should the reporting spouse want to elect out of the GST deemed-allocation rules (if applicable).
As additional guidance on a controversial GST issue, Prop.
26.2601-1 attempts to settle a GST controversy involving two conflicting Court of Appeals decisions, Simpson, 183 F3d 812 (8th Cir.