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substantial

Philosophy of or relating to substance rather than to attributes, accidents, or modifications
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This supplementary program also instructed the excursionists to provide themselves with light musical instruments for amusement in the ship, with saddles for Syrian travel, green spectacles and umbrellas, veils for Egypt, and substantial clothing to use in rough pilgrimizing in the Holy Land.
I found that while among them there was a large element of substantial, worthy citizens, there was also a superficiality about the life of a large class that greatly alarmed me.
So far as richness, delicacy, and wildness of flavour, and substantial nourishment were concerned, the viand might well have claimed a decided superiority over the meretricious cookery and laboured compounds of the most renowned artist; though the service of the dainty was certainly achieved in a manner far from artificial.
Now, Doctor," cried the trapper, triumphantly, "I am well convinced there is neither game nor ravenous beast in the thicket; and that I call substantial knowledge to a man who is too old to be a spendthrift of his strength, and yet who would not wish to be a meal for a panther
Good-by, Tulliver," said Philip, putting out his small, delicate hand, which Tom clasped immediately with his more substantial fingers.
Within three years, the return on investment in our program pays for the program and is projected to cover a significant portion of illness insurance" said Maria Elliott, chief executive of Substantial Solutions.
However, when there is a substantial basis reduction, AJCA Section 833(c) requires an adjustment under Sec.
It results in a reduction in cost or an improvement in speed that is substantial and economically significant.
Research that is performed pursuant to a contract with a customer is not funded if: (1) the researcher's entitlement to payment under the contract is contingent on the success of the research; and (2) the researcher retains substantial rights in its research.
In May 2012, the IRS issued proposed regulations (REG-141075-09) to clarify specifically which conditions result in a substantial risk of forfeiture under Sec.
Substantial equivalency is a determination by a board of accountancy or its designee that the education, examination and experience requirements contained in another jurisdiction's statutes and administrative rules are comparable to or exceed the requirements specified in the act or that an individual CPA's education, examination and experience qualifications are comparable to or exceed the requirements contained in the UAA.
The original statutory proposal, which was the subject of substantial public comment, including those from TEI, was revised to require taxpayers to report a "compilation of state return data" to each state.

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