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initiate

[i′nish·ē‚āt]
(computer science)
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Second-year male nursing students carried out the interviews with the initiates and with their guardians.
The consumer initiates the transfer using a financial institution's audio-response or voice-response telephone system.
After a dazzling display of drumming and parades of masks great and small, a remarkable event occurred: The initiates rejected the ritual female circumcision.
TEI believes that the finalization of a change in method of accounting should be binding on the IRS and the taxpayer until (1) there is a change in material fact, (2) there is a change in law, or (3) the taxpayer initiates and obtains the Commissioner's consent to change its method of accounting.
Using ACH, taxpayers must initiate payments at least one day prior to the tax due date.
In fact, the first initiates in New York City were Puerto Ricans.
These payment methods have been made available to depositors in response to concerns that many companies will not have the information available to initiate a tax deposit on the day prior to its due date.
to settle the next business day, while ACH Credit payment deadlines are determined by the bank that initiates payment); costs (determined by the business's own bank); and liability (as soon as an ACH Debit payment is initiated, the Treasury Financial Agent is responsible for its processing; a depositor is responsible for an ACH Credit payment until it is credited to the Treasury's account).
Under the ACH Debit method, the taxpayer then initiates the EFT transaction between one and 300 banking days prior to the tax due date and the funds are transferred on die due date.
Once invoked, the government cannot initiate interrogation regarding charged offenses through the remainder of the prosecution unless defense counsel is present.