hodgepodge


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ease existing tax compliance burdens, we urge the Department to consider a transitional rule that will permit taxpayers to elect either to apply the current rules for existing assets constituting its leasehold improvements or to transfer that balance into the new class that will be the subject of the diminishing balance computation for the aggregate hodgepodge of assets.
I really don't mind borrowing the thoughts of others, so what I share is a hodgepodge of thoughts that I have gleaned from my many discussions with others on how we move into these changing times.
In its hodgepodge of a catalog, Archie McPhee, a Seattle firm calling itself "Outfitters of Popular Culture," announces that the rubber chicken is back.
As a nonprofit, we have to rely on used technology and furniture to keep us running, and the result is often a hodgepodge of items that don't work well together," says Jess George, associate director, Latin American Coalition.
Brotherhood,'' Showtime's latest miniseries, boasts grand ambition and more than a few excellent performances but ultimately squanders its best moments and concludes as a melodramatic hodgepodge.
The hodgepodge of other finishers included military-style vehicles, a Ford Escape hybrid SUV, and a lumbering, 16-ton truck.
At LA Louver, a hodgepodge of small stage set-like tableaux suggesting the actual sites or psychological spaces of stories passed on to the artist by his parents, along with drawings that resonated with this material, came together under the title of Dugout I (all works 1994-2004), a reference to where Allen's baseball-player father spent countless hours and to the dirt-floor house in which Allen's mother was born.
This hodgepodge of memoir, epistles and praise poems offers variety, but Quilting also shows that poetry is not always her strongest medium.
Entertaining Thoughts was a hodgepodge of random duets, cross-dressing, and verses of Pushkin's poetry read in Russian by dancer Anna Mikhaylenko.
Newport, like many old-line golf clubs, is a bit of a hodgepodge with several different elements of design and style.
A tuneful hodgepodge of Afro, Arabic, Celtic, Bulgarian, and New Orleans styles, her hilarious ditties chronicle such uncommon topics as punctured tires and her own big booty.
Poor suburban planning, based on a "laissez-faire development system," has created a hodgepodge of subdivisions and retail strips, without the infrastructure to support evolving embedded commercial centers or further growth.
Faced with a hodgepodge of classical rhetorical and stylistic treatises, the early modern theorists undertook - with "analytic anxiety" (148) - to arrange them into just such a unified and coherent theory, and the inevitable failure of this project was to cast a shadow across Tasso's work.
For most companies today, AJAX represents a hodgepodge of scripts and widgets that require the developer to know too much about how the client operates, and has very little maintainability and predictability as the quantity of AJAX explodes on the client.
Officials have recently approved specific plans for Downtown Newhall and northern Newhall to help upgrade those areas and guide development where a hodgepodge of uses prevails, but no such plan is yet in the works for the Sierra Highway corridor.