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To be stable or fixed on a route, route segment, altitude, heading, etc.
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Establish conditions that the cost be borne by the lab with the largest deviation from the established values as determined by the referee laboratory.
Police need to develop an investigative plan, establish evidence recovery methods, and determine when they will return control of the building to school officials.
Turning to other issues, Roberts lauded efforts by the GASB to establish a financial reporting model for state and local governments.
We recommend therefore that this subsection provide that reliance on erroneous oral advice may establish reasonable cause.
Each alliance will establish a board of directors with diverse representation, including consumers and individuals with expertise in the needs of low-income, underserved, and vulnerable populations.
Money laundering is a criminal offense in the United Kingdom, and financial institutions are required to establish internal policies, procedures, and systems for the detection and prevention of money laundering throughout their worldwide operations.
Taxpayers can expect that the final regulations will also provide that, to qualify under this special rule, a program must (1) allow participants to select only from among broad-based investment strategies designed exclusively by the program and (2) establish procedures and maintain appropriate records to prevent a change in investment options from occurring more frequently than once per calendar year or on a change in the account's designated beneficiary.
Agency executives can establish the initial contact simply by calling the local militia leadership and arranging an informal meeting at a mutually agreeable location.
Thus, where the compensation committee of the board of directors meets within the first three months of a corporation's taxable year (the "incentive year") to establish a written, performance-based incentive goal for the entire incentive year, compensation payable as a result of attaining those goals should not be subject to the deduction limitation of section 162(m)--irrespective of whether the employees may have already performed services for a small portion of the incentive year.
On the basis of all the facts of record, and subject to the commitments made by Bank and its parents, and the terms and conditions set forth in this order, Bank's application to establish the branch is hereby approved.
6001-1 requires that taxpayers retain sufficient records to establish the correctness of any income tax liability.
When the incident is made public, members of the community demand action: They want to establish a civilian review board.