As of Tuesday, 39 drivers were entered
for the race.
Nelson found that, on average, the 24 men who entered
the tomb lived to be 70 years old.
Notice 2002-8 contains guidance for arrangements entered
into before these regulations are effective.
The form has drop down boxes for most common entries such as discrepancy codes, and action codes, as well as validation rules to ensure mandatory fields are entered
Concurrently with the issuance of the regulations, the IRS issued a notice of proposed rulemaking (FI-34-94),(2) relating to the character and time for recognition of certain hedging transactions entered
into by members of an affiliated group filing consolidated returns.
This operation may be time-consuming depending upon the numbers of employees because each must be entered
Charlotte, NC: Beverly Woods Elementary School, entered
by a mother and her 5th grade daughter, who volunteers in a program that pairs kids with and without disabilities during gym.
As contemplated under the pledge agreements, the trustee, acting as an agent of the taxpayer, entered
into share-lending agreements with the counterparty with respect to the pledged stock.
The junior reliever entered
the weekend having yet to allow an earned run in six appearances this season.
Bramble, (19) undercover federal agents entered
the home of a suspect to negotiate the purchase of sea otter pelts advertised for sale.
The tech entered
a description of actual service performed on the hard copy service order form along with hours worked and any materials or supplies used to complete the work.
While sufficient information to calculate the tax had been entered
, we had to manually type in the excess contribution to get the tax to calculate.
Nevertheless, Jacobson entered
into a contract of sale with the Bogens providing for a closing on February 1, 1994.
20 /PRNewswire/ -- According to recently published results of a Visa-sponsored study, key-entered
payment card transactions (requiring card information to be manually entered
into an authorization terminal) can be limited to three to four percent of total transactions.
indeed, Carlton's analyses indicate, of all ship-related introductions of exotic species to the Great Lakes, an estimated 56 percent entered
in ballast water, another 34 percent in solid ballast such as sand or rocks.