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to look upon in a particular way

Synonyms for deem

keep in mind or convey as a conviction or view

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Forensic scientists in Melbourne, Australia, have what could be the skull of Ned Kelly - but it could also be the skull of Frederick Deeming, a Briton who murdered his wife and four children in Merseyside before fleeing Down Under.
It is hoped descendants of Deeming, who had 11 siblings, may still live on Merseyside and can provide a DNA sample to see if it matches that of the skull, and solve the mystery once and for all.
But it could also be the skull of Frederick Deeming, a Brit who murdered his wife and four children in Merseyside in the late 1890s before fleeing Down Under.
It is hoped descendents of Deeming, who had 11 siblings, may still live on Merseyside and they can provide a DNA sample to see if it matches that of the skull to solve the mystery once and for all.
WASHINGTON, June 5 /PRNewswire/ -- URAC announced today it has received deemed status from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for both local PPO and HMO health plans approved under its Medicare Advantage Deeming Program.
CMS deemed status allows health plans to apply their URAC Medicare Advantage Deeming accreditation towards satisfying six federal regulatory requirements defined by CMS.
If applicable, the PFIC rules generally eliminate deferral by deeming any amount realized by a taxpayer on a sale of PFIC stock (or on receipt of a large distribution from a PFIC) to have been earned proportionately over the period of time the taxpayer held the PFIC stock.
49) If the Unconsolidated Election is made and the tracked property is actually owned by the NRE, however, the 90-percent or 50-percent test must also be satisfied without reference to the look-through rules and without deeming shares and debt owned by an NRE in its affiliates to have a nil carrying value.
The report notes that proponents of deeming believe that:
Medicare's deeming program provides real value to the health care system, by streamlining the review process for health plans that have demonstrated their commitment and ability to deliver quality care," said NCQA President Margaret E.
A number of amendments are proposed to paragraph 95(2)(a) ("the deeming rule"), which deems income that would otherwise be income from property or an investment business to be income from an active business.
No rationale or support is provided in the ruling for the supposition deeming the existence of a distribution for purposes of section 731.
Additionally, CHAP through its deeming authority has given Continucare's Home Health Agencies deemed status through the Medicare program.
Deeming only A's option as exercised would result in an ownership change with A's interest increasing 52% (85% [110 (10 + 100) / 130 (30 + 100)] - 33% [10 / 30]].
Mechanically, section 367(a)(1) achieves this result by deeming the foreign transferee corporation not to be a corporation "for purposes of determining the extent to which gain is recognized on such transfer.