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For a few goods and services, collecting a use tax is easy; states collect this tax on cars when the new owner tries to obtain registration.
While creating Roundup Ready seeds was a complicated process, collecting the seeds is simple.
Future research should include collecting flies in different locations and herds in which high levels of bacteremia were previously detected.
On behalf of the Board, NORC (a social science research organization at the University of Chicago) is collecting information from small businesses about their finances in 2003.
org), Washington, some 240 to 260 million gallons of used motor oils are recycled annually, with a combination of quick lube shops, retailers and do-it-yourselfers collecting oil.
One area that has changed significantly is our system for collecting payments.
THE BANANA SCULPTOR, THE PURPLE LADY, AND THE ALL-NIGHT SWIMMER: Hobbies, Collecting, and Other Passionate Pursuits by Susan Sheehan, Howard Means Simon & Schuster, $25.
See also Hoover, "Why the Resistance to Collecting Race Data on Police Traffic Stops," Police Labor Monthly, July 2000, 5.
Companies that question how much personal information they should collect about a consumer should err on the side of collecting less.
Specifically, pre- and postexposure information on pulmonary function and inflammatory response as well as respiratory symptoms was collected from a group of lifeguards stationed at the affected beaches and from some of the scientists collecting environmental samples.
As physicians, we focus first on the treatment of our patients, then we deal with whatever obstacles keep us from collecting our fees.
Very few Web sites--only 14%--"that collect personal information tell consumers who is collecting the information and how it will be used" (957).
Collect data to show a progressive improvement in the processes; highlight the educational aspects of collecting such data.
The influx of a new generation of baby boomer collectors into the market will result in rapid growth for the collectibles industry over the next 10 to 15 years, according to Baby Boomers & Collecting in the Year 2000, a new report from Unity Marketing, a marketing services and research firm specializing in the collectibles and giftware industry.
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