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Synonyms for ordinary

a judge of a probate court

the expected or commonplace condition or situation

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a clergyman appointed to prepare condemned prisoners for death

an early bicycle with a very large front wheel and small back wheel

(heraldry) any of several conventional figures used on shields

not exceptional in any way especially in quality or ability or size or degree

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lacking special distinction, rank, or status

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In its foundation it is federal, not national; in the sources from which the ordinary powers of the government are drawn, it is partly federal and partly national; in the operation of these powers, it is national, not federal; in the extent of them, again, it is federal, not national; and, finally, in the authoritative mode of introducing amendments, it is neither wholly federal nor wholly national.
Many of us do not believe in a world of the unconscious (a few of us even have grave doubts about the usefulness of the term consciousness), hence we try to explain censorship along ordinary biological lines.
And I showed him an example, and sat down myself in my customary seat and with as fair an imitation of my ordinary manner to a patient, as the lateness of the hour, the nature of my preoccupations, and the horror I had of my visitor, would suffer me to muster.
In shape it is nearly circular - and it is hung so that a reflection of the person can be obtained from it in none of the ordinary sitting-places of the room.
In some cases, if the property is abandoned, a taxpayer may obtain a much larger current deduction against ordinary income than obtainable under the $3,000 capital loss limitation.
The Perpetual PIERS will be convertible, at the option of the holder, into non-convertible perpetual preference shares and, under certain circumstances, ordinary shares and convertible, at our option, into cash and, under certain circumstances, ordinary shares.
The maximum tax rate on the $70,000 capital gain is 28%; however, the remainder of the income is taxed at ordinary tax rates.
This announcement follows the conclusions of VocalTec's management, after reviewing the opening quotes in its ordinary shares and the results of initial trading today, that, notwithstanding its prior disclosures, not all market participants may be aware that its shares are trading on a post-reverse split basis, such that each share purchased or sold today is equivalent to 13 ordinary shares traded last Friday.
As a result of the Option Exercise, the Company will issue a total of 3,350,000 new ordinary shares in the capital of the Company (the "New Ordinary Shares").
The Offer is open to all Shareholders registered in Bahrain Islamic Bank's Ordinary Share Register on the Record Date (10 November 2015).
Under this doctrine, when a lump-sum payment is received in exchange for payments that would otherwise be received at a future time as ordinary income, capital gain treatment of the lump sum is inappropriate, because the consideration was paid for the right to receive future income, not for an increase in the value of income-producing property.
Both the Tax Court and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals have ruled that the sale of lottery winnings generates ordinary income.
Clients who subdivide land or develop land as condominium units, and then sell the subdivided and developed land, normally have their entire gain taxed at high ordinary income tax rates, since the client is classified as a "dealer" selling "inventory" in the form of subdivided lots or condominiums.
Nicastro adds that mapping ordinary matter will reveal the location of dark matter This invisible material is believed to be the stuff that coalesced first in the universe, which triggered ordinary matter to clump into galaxies.
Indeed, the language used by the court in this case is at once so broad and nebulous that it undermines the ordinary and necessary' character of expenses long held to be currently deductible.