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providing abundant nourishment

providing freedom from worry

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Hence, enterprises will have far more difficulty satisfying a "probable" standard in respect of their uncertain state and foreign tax positions.
Many of the duties associated with the principalship were identified as satisfying.
The leader's responsibility is to find ways of satisfying their peoples values, in addition to getting people aligned to organizational values.
The e-commerce sector continues to outpace most other sectors of the economy in terms of satisfying customers and exceeds the national ACSI aggregate score (74.
Immediately thereafter, US2 is treated as satisfying its $70 note; see Regs.
In addition, a taxpayer must pay the reported tax with each such return, must pay statutory interest and penalties as determined by the IRS (except the fraudulent failure to file penalty, as discussed below), and must cooperate with the IRS upon request in determining and satisfying its income tax liability for any tax year for which a waiver is requested.
The Act also provides a safe harbor method for satisfying the ACP Test applicable to employer matching contributions.
The overwhelming positive reaction to the friendliness of Atlanta was the single most satisfying impression mentioned by out-of-town fans.
Three-in-four dietitians believe the products aren't filling or satisfying and almost half said they likely wouldn't recommend these products.
Each member has only one vote, which the Service considers a classic method of satisfying the "democratic control" requirement.
The IRS issued guidance (Q&A 12 in Notice 89-25) that provided three safe-harbor methods for satisfying this exception.
162-27(h)(3) treats such previously approved plans and agreements as satisfying the requirements of Treas.
TORONTO -- Falconbridge Limited is pleased to announce the company has advanced its joint venture Koniambo ferronickel project in New Caledonia by satisfying the first of two conditions in the Bercy Accord.
On the other hand, if C retains sufficient B assets to continue to actively conduct B, its contribution of some of the assets to S should not prevent C from satisfying the active trade or business requirement.