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the act of moving from one place to another

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continuously varying

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changing position or direction

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(of soil) unstable

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Therefore, a shift-by-wire system was introduced that eliminates the mechanical linkage between the shift lever, judges driver shift inputs using sensors installed on the shift operation devices, and performs shifting using an actuator attached to the transmission.
Residents of Tench Bhata, Peoples colony and Dhok Syedan have asked education secretary and chief minister Punjab to look into the matter personally and issue directives to the concerned authorities to withdraw orders of shifting of girls students of primary classes to second shift.
This rule permits the shifting of costs from the producing party to the requesting party.
In order to avoid a letter shifting to itself (A to A, B to B etc.
A Shifting Shore: Locals, Outsiders, and the Transformation of a French Fishing Town.
For LuK, these gearbox variants comprise its XSG family that embraces Electronic Clutch Management (ECM), which dispenses with the clutch pedal, the Auto Shift Gearbox (ASG), where the actual gear shifting is automated, and the Uninterrupted Shift Gearbox (USG), where a partial filling of the torque interruption during a gearshift is achieved with an additional clutch.
One of the act's boldest initiatives was shifting the burden of proof from the taxpayer to the IRS in civil tax matters (new IRC section 7491).
Durning says tax shifting may be a long haul, but it's well worth the fight.
For example, if shifting the burden were to reduce voluntary compliance by as little as one percent, there would be a $10 billion annual decrease in tax revenues -- revenues that would have to be made up by honest taxpayers.
Insurance: Comparable results have been achieved by shifting from a bureaucratic command and control hierarchy to a networked integration structure, with a 30 percent reduction in non-value added work, boosting profits and customer satisfaction by a similar amount.
6 percent federal bracket, you'll find that shifting income reduces the phaseout of exemptions and itemized deductions, so deductions will increase as income is reduced.
The Tax Court disagreed with the Service and held in each case that risk shifting and risk distribution had been accomplished through the pooling of related and unrelated risks; therefore, the premiums paid by the corporations affiliated with the captive insurance company were deductible.
Wolf suggested at the time that the shifting mechanism could emerge physically from partially synchronized, or coherent, fluctuations in the wavelengths of light emitted from the countless individual atomic and molecular "microlamps" that make up such a source.