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elect

1. voted into office but not yet installed
2. Christianity
a. selected or predestined by God to receive salvation; chosen
b. (as collective noun; preceded by the): the elect
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The party leadership has agreed that apart from senior vice-president of the party, the CWC can also elect another office-bearer as the interim president.
An electing large LLC is one with at least 100 members in any preceding tax year that elects to be subject to the electing large partnership rules.
Illinois voters will elect House members and which other official[s] shown on the map?
Of course, key employees would not elect this coverage because it would duplicate benefits already provided at the employer's expense outside the cafeteria plan.
For tax years beginning after 2004, the AJCA increased the shareholder limit to 100; all fanny members are counted as one shareholder, if a family member so elects under Sec.
For example, in the state Senate, instead of electing 40 individual district seats, we could elect 10 districts with four seats each, elected by a proportional method where a party's candidates wins legislative seats in proportion to their percentage of the popular vote.
However, the IRA owner must make a key decision no later than his or her required beginning date, choosing to elect a fixed number of years for IRA distributions or to elect the life-expectancy recalculation method (the IRA owner's life expectancy expands each year).
This Advisory Council will elect one (1) Active member from each Division of the Association in odd numbered years to serve on the Nominating Committee.
172(b)(3), a taxpayer may irrevocably elect to waive an NOL carryback period.
The proposed regulations had permitted only two options for electing out of the automatic allocation rules--transferors could elect out as to a current transfer only, or as to a current-year transfer and all future transfers to the same trust.