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that has been withdrawn or retreated from

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Thus, the effect of Abortion Access on the supply of infants relinquished for adoption is not likely a result of endogeneity bias.
Jones acknowledges that her sample of women was not scientific and notes that she did not find a single woman who relinquished her child happily.
According to WexTrust's Chief Restructuring Officer, Mitchell Kahn, Principal of Badger Real Estate Advisors, "This is the last significant asset we believe needs to be relinquished.
On transfer from ICT Police to Government of Balochistan, Ashraf Zubair Siddiqui, BS-20 have relinquished the charge of the post of DIG/headquarters, Islamabad.
In July 2009, in response to a constituent of Representative Doug Lamborn (R-CO) who had a done a like-kind exchange with a subsequent bankrupt QI, the IRS said that where a QI fails to acquire replacement property and transfer it to the taxpayer within the statutory replacement period, a taxpayer cannot defer recognition of gain on the original transfer of the relinquished property under Sec.
On September 15, 2000, the Internal Revenue Service released Revenue Procedure 2000-37 that provided guidelines for structuring reverse exchanges (a transaction in which replacement property is acquired by an accommodating party before the sale of the relinquished property and held as replacement property to complete the exchange).
Harvey has relinquished his ministry, and therefore ought no longer to be referred to by a clerical title.
United States, 84 FSupp2d 1043, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals held that amounts received by tenured professors who relinquished their tenure rights under an early retirement program were not FICA wages.
Fidel Castro, who took control of Cuba in 1959, rebuffed repeated US attempts to oust him and survived communism's demise almost everywhere else, temporarily relinquished his presidential powers to his brother Raul last night because of surgery.
1031(d), the basis of the replacement property is the same as the basis of the relinquished property, decreased by the amount of cash received and increased by the amount of gain recognized by the taxpayer in the exchange.
Investors (exchangers) may sell investment property without paying capital gains tax if they replace relinquished property with like-kind investment property.
Ashcroft remarked that: ``People's lives and fortunes (have) been relinquished to renegade judges - a robed, contemptuous intellectual elite.
This amount, in addition to his previous repricing of stock options, results in a total value relinquished by Dr.
According to a notification issued here, Amir Mohyuddin, a BS-19 officer of Secretariat Group posted as deputy secretary, Finance Division, Islamabad has relinquished the charge and assumed the charge of Joint Secretary, Finance Division.
In a deferred like-kind exchange, a taxpayer is bound by certain time limits in which to complete an exchange, including the requirement that the replacement property generally must be received within 180 days of the disposition of the relinquished property or, in the case of a reverse exchange, the "parked" property must be transferred to the taxpayer as replacement property within 180 days after the accommodation party acquires title of the parked property; see Sec.