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allocation

[‚al·ə′kā·shən]
(petroleum engineering)
The amount of oil or gas distributed from a well per unit time.
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704(c) allocations was reasonable, provided that the contribution or revaluation of property and its corresponding allocation were not made to shift the tax consequences of the BIG or BIL among the partners in a manner that substantially reduced the aggregate tax liability.
The article's purpose is to explore the bounds of reasonable allocations and offer some equitable solutions to achieve cost sharing within these boundaries.
Defence division against its PSDP allocations of Rs 500.
482 billion have been released for Finance Division out of its total allocations of
Part 5 Fejer county and the M8 motorway, allocation Au 6,369,000
This recalculated deduction was also an erroneous item that should have been allocated equally unless the taxpayer could prove a different allocation is appropriate.
The allocation plan realizes the Governor's plan to create a vibrant, 24-hour community first laid out in April of 2003 and updated every six months, and reflects the priorities of Mayor Bloomberg's 2002 Vision for Lower Manhattan creating a downtown for the 21st century.
In addition, more than 30 percent of Continental institutions told Greenwich that they expect government bond allocations to fall further by 2006, while only 13 percent anticipated an increase.
If the taxpayer does not meet the safe harbor rule, then the allocations will be tested under the standard set forth in Sec.
On a more hopeful note, all three indicate a keen awareness of the needs and sensitivities of the others, thereby creating an atmosphere in which differences over water allocations might be resolved.