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A typical designation for laser guided bomb.
i. A laser or other device pointed at a target to illuminate it so that the latter can send signals that weapons can home onto.
ii. A letter or a number given to each flight by a scheduled carrier.
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Lawyers who practice in Florida--regardless of whether they reside in the state--even if they have only one client (such as in-house counsel or if they represent governmental entities) are required to designate an inventory attorney.
You can designate The VRG to receive any money that is not used during your retirement.
Mr.John James Rankin - High Commissioner - Designate of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
84-58 (applicable in Blom), state that a payment made before the IRS mails a deficiency notice cap, be considered a deposit only if the taxpayer designates it as such in writing.
Members who are eligible to practice in Florida, but who do not do so are not required to designate an inventory attorney.
WHEREAS: The membership of the Institute has adopted rules 20l and 202 of the Rules of the Code of Professional Conduct, which authorizes the Council to designate bodies to promulgate technical standards with which members must comply, and therefore it is
It includes a requirement on Member States to designate a network of protected areas (known as special protection areas or SPAs) for the most threatened species and to send to the Commission all relevant information so that it can take all appropriate initiatives to ensure the coherence of the network.
"After each new proposal came before the commission,' he explains, "the medical community would put it back to the committee, have terms redefined, wouldn't designate people to watch for abuses in the system and so on.
He hoped that all envoys designate would work toward further enhancing the bilateral relation of their respective countries with Pakistan.
401(k) plan can designate some or all of these contributions as Roth contributions.
* FOR ALIMONY TO BE TAX DEDUCTIBLE, payments must be made in cash under a divorce or written separation instrument, the spouses must reside in separate households, the payor's liability must end with the payee's death, the payor and payee must file separate returns and the divorce or separation instrument can't designate nonalimony treatment.