paper form

paper form

A form for concrete made of a heavy paper material.
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Some would argue Kirklees Council is falling short in providing the required public service by removing all rights for those in need to fill in a paper form to apply for a blue badge.
Those who complete a paper form and fail to meet the Hallowe'en deadline could be hit with a pounds 100 fine.
A figure was wrongly entered on a paper form for 15-year-old Lisa Norris and was "significantly higher" than that which should have been used.
The law corrects a glaring anomaly in current federal rules that prohibits I-9s from being stored electronically but requires them to be kept in either paper form or on microforms.
The paper form both looked and became more user-friendly.
Special Report 03-01 provides guidance in the applicable standards, rules and laws, and includes sections addressing conflicts of interest, work paper form and content, and reporting.
Because each paper form includes a machine-readable, encrypted, 2D barcode, postal customers can now process paper forms with the same ease as an electronic transaction, with identical levels of high security, confidentiality and privacy, regardless of the format.
Omniform Premium begins the forms process by either converting a scanned paper form into an editable, electronic version or provides the design element to create forms from scratch.
The IRS published a list of the mistakes most frequently made by paid preparers on the paper form 1040 for the 1999 tax year.
With an inspector keying in examination results directly into the program rather than jotting notes onto a paper form, clerical transfer errors are eliminated.
Largo's built-in catalog allows publishers to sell other products, whether delivered in electronic or paper form.
An electronically extended return may be filed in paper form, if desired.