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twelve dozen

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the entire amount of income before any deductions are made

earn before taxes, expenses, etc

before any deductions

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lacking fine distinctions or detail

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repellently fat

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visible to the naked eye (especially of rocks and anatomical features)

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conspicuously and tastelessly indecent

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conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible

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Gross probes deeply into the inadequacies of the Duke, who seems strangely deaf to the perturbations of other characters such as Angelo and Isabella.
On May 24, 1923, Gross married Elizabeth Koch, with whom he had seven children.
As University of Denver researcher Donald Stedman and others have pointed out, older cars are not always gross polluters, and newer cars sometimes are.
This measure is called 'real gross domestic income' in the System
Gross also represented half a dozen companies once again, this time in their lease renewals, ranging from 1,300--7,000 square feet: 11 Commerce Drive in Cranford for Hale, Inc.
Taxpayers will need to determine which portion of the total gross receipts is allocable to an activity that is substantial in nature to a portion of a finished good.
Under the plan's terms, the employer pays the entire premium for this coverage and excludes the coverage's cost from the employee's gross income.
Binding together these variations on a theme is what Gross and Levitt characterize as "muddle-headedness"--a muddleheadedness about science that is pervasive among academic humanists and that threatens the integrity of intellectual inquiry in the American academy as a whole.
20, the film's 46th day in release, "Forrest Gump" achieved a domestic gross of $203,438,031.
The collective gross revenues for the nation's 100 largest black-owned industrial/service companies and 100 largest black-owned automobile dealerships climbed to $9 billion, up 14.
Strong Quarterly Growth in Gross Profit Margin Following Integration of Recent Acquisitions
836(a)(1) entitle an employer to a deduction for the amount included as compensation in an employee's gross income, but only to the extent such amount meets the requirements of Sec.
For example, "qualified production activities income" is defined as the excess of the company's "domestic production gross receipts" over the sum of the costs of goods sold and the direct and indirect costs allocable to the production of those receipts.