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Synonyms for footnote

note

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Synonyms for footnote

a printed note placed below the text on a printed page

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add explanatory notes to or supply with critical comments

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As he notes in Footnotes, for those that pursue the "[n]umbers game," "[e]xceeding 500 [footnotes] is a dramatic expression of footnote machismo.
Build a communication plan to prepare internal stakeholders for the DFN effort Prepare an internal communication plan that gives key constituents an idea about the differences in processes and timelines for detailed footnote XBRL filings.
The results of this study suggest that, contrary to a strict interpretation of the efficient markets hypothesis, the use of derivatives information in the decision-making of relatively sophisticated financial statement users is affected by whether information is reported as a line item in the income statement or disclosed only in a footnote.
NFB producer Silva Basmajian, winner of this year's Crystal Award for Outstanding Achievement from Women in Film and Television -- Toronto, says it's all about the footnotes.
But Grafton warns us that footnotes guarantee nothing in themselves.
Yet the footnote says precisely the opposite, fewer people respond to the income questions and the method of data collection has changed, resulting in an unknown bias.
Lusky and Ely bring daunting credentials to the debate, and there can be no doubt that the footnote is, in part, concerned both with representation and with the protection of minorities.
Table 1 lists the statements specifically requiring footnote disclosure.
com provides an experience where visitors can access historical records and interact with those records and members of the Footnote community.
A new monthly webinar "Detailed Footnote Tagging in XBRL", a 60-minute program to help companies that are getting started on the second phase of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rollout, has been added.
Footnote generation represents "a gaping hole," especially in an environment in which financial restatements have skyrocketed, he says.
And Routledge must take the blame for the hopeless editing, examples of which appear liberally in the footnotes; some have page numbers, some do not, and at least one footnote signalled in the text fails to appear at the end of the chapter.
In the spirit of his recent courageous and well-publicized questioning of the authenticity of certain old master drawings (see Peter Lanesman, "A Crisis of Fakes," New York Times Magazine, March 18, 2001), Turner questions the compositional sketch in the Cleveland Museum of Art for the lost Flight of Aeneas from Troy (of which an autograph copy exists in the Borghese Gallery), although it is relegated to a footnote.
Disregarding the known frequency of sexual abuse, Boyarin even writes that the sexual abuse Freud saw in his patients was his own projected fantasies and desires (though admitting in a footnote that he does not deny the possibility that a patient may have been abused.
The General Explanation of Tax Legislation Enacted in 1997 (the "Blue Book") contains a footnote discussing the application of ordinary income tax rates to the sale of Sec.