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A/V

(1) (Audio/Video) Equipment and applications that deal with sound and sight. The A/V world includes microphones, tape recorders, audio mixers, still and video cameras, film projectors, slide projectors, VCRs, CD and DVD players/recorders, amplifiers and speakers. The term originally meant "audio/visual." See also antivirus.

(2) See antivirus.
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On the other hand, she pointed out that for wines, DOF proposed to impose a single specific tax of P40 a liter, exempted from ad valorem tax.
The committee also approved a shift to a unitary rate of P650 plus ad valorem of 15 percent for sparkling wines, compared to the two-tiered system under RA 10351.
President Trump initially set the duty rate for List 3 at 10% ad valorem. On May 5, however, he announced his intention to increase the tariffs to 25% ad valorem, effective May 10, following reports that China was backsliding on commitments it had previously made.
When a TIF works correctly, cities see growth in the area, and then the TIF sunset clause allows the diverted ad valorem to revert to where it normally goes.
The lower chamber also approved a shift to a unitary rate of ?650 plus ad valorem of 15 percent for sparkling wines, compared to the two-tiered system under RA 10351.
The court held in both cases that a lessee can be converted into an owner of real property or improvements for ad valorem tax purposes even though a tax-exempt government entity holds a fee simple interest in the underlying realty.
AD VALOREM, who has stood at Coolmore Stud for the last four seasons, will not cover in the northern hemisphere in 2011 and will instead remain in Australia to stand under the Darley banner, writes Richard Griffiths.
" Ad valorem rates of VAT imposed by the state governments further aggravates the impact of international oil prices on the consumer," Deora added.
The rating is based on the city's credit quality under a full faith and credit pledge, including its obligation to levy ad valorem property taxes without limitation as to rate or amount, the rater explained.
Merchants are critical of the ad valorem debit card fees.
Ministers agreed to increase, by January 1, 2014, the monetary minimum excise rate to Euro 90 per 1,000 cigarettes and the proportional 'ad valorem' minimum to 60% of average sales prices.
This legislation revises the burden of proof in challenges to the value used for ad valorem tax assessments.