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As to her name or whereabouts you are not at liberty to disclose them.
I should not disclose my place of refuge even to her, in order that she and my uncle might be able, with truth, to deny all knowledge concerning it; but any communications addressed to me under cover to my brother would be certain to reach me.
The truth is, he ought to have been trusted with everything, for no man in the world could deserve better of a wife; but this was a thing I knew not how to open to him, and yet having nobody to disclose any part of it to, the burthen was too heavy for my mind; for let them say what they please of our sex not being able to keep a secret, my life is a plain conviction to me of the contrary; but be it our sex, or the man's sex, a secret of moment should always have a confidant, a bosom friend, to whom we may communicate the joy of it, or the grief of it, be it which it will, or it will be a double weight upon the spirits, and perhaps become even insupportable in itself; and this I appeal to all human testimony for the truth of.
And this is the cause why many times men as well as women, and men of the greatest and best qualities other ways, yet have found themselves weak in this part, and have not been able to bear the weight of a secret joy or of a secret sorrow, but have been obliged to disclose it, even for the mere giving vent to themselves, and to unbend the mind oppressed with the load and weights which attended it.
As the publishing this account of my life is for the sake of the just moral of very part of it, and for instruction, caution, warning, and improvement to every reader, so this will not pass, I hope, for an unnecessary digression concerning some people being obliged to disclose the greatest secrets either of their own or other people's affairs.
Must I go back to events which cast a shade upon the memory of your parent, or will you spare it, and disclose to me the truth?
Can the written permission be obtained through the use of an engagement letter that discloses the anticipated use of the external service provider?
Represent reliance on a graph, chart, formula or device to determine investment strategy unless the advertisement discloses its limitations and difficulties.
6501(c)(9), provides that the SOL does not run unless a taxpayer discloses the gift in a manner that adequately apprises the IRS of the gift's nature and the basis for its reported value.
The statutory safeguards applicable to trade secrets are meaningless, however, to the extent that the IRS discloses such information to third parties during the audit under section 6103(k).
736; alternatively, a statement could be appended to the APY that discloses that the "yield assumes that the funds are on deposit for a full year.
But Hi-C, which discloses juice content on the label, sells for $1.
Management discloses that there was a forward split set for August 31, 2005 and management proceeded to extend the date of the forward split to September 30, 2005 to allow additional shareholders the opportunity to participate in the forward split.
If a firm partner or employee discloses the inside information to a confidant who is not a firm partner or employee, then the misappropriation rules may apply.
6662 penalties if a taxpayer discloses the tax shelter before the earlier of (1) the date the shelter is an issue raised during an examination or (2) April 23, 2002.