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to take away (a quantity) from another quantity

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If you really had a square piece of property and you subtracted, what would the difference be?
In other words, the Keogh or SEP contributions on behalf of a self-employed individual must be subtracted from that individual' Sec.
And though the bodies pile up nearly as fast as in most Harrison Ford action films, their dispatching is of a remarkably gentle sort: They take a swig from Vann's flask, they nod off to sleep, they get subtracted from the human race.
Without realizing they are doing it, they learn to ignore the number that is both added and subtracted, report psychologists Robert S.
691(c) deduction, the $100,000 annuity is subtracted from the taxable estate of $1,250,000 and the portion of the marital deduction attributable to the annuity ($50,000) is added back, resulting in a taxable estate of $1,200,000.
Anything less and the difference would be subtracted from the $6-a-share purchase price.
But if the sale of PacificAmerica's interest-only strip receivables are less than the amount they both agreed upon, then the difference will be subtracted from the $6 a share purchase price.
Then the team subtracted these data from data obtained while the volunteers said aloud an appropriate use for the same nouns.
The Court also ruled that the same standard applies in determining the legality of bundled discounts, with discounts offered in noncompetitive markets subtracted from ACNielsen's prices in the competitive markets.
A credit, incidentally, is subtracted from the tax bill, and is thus much more valuable than a tax deduction of a similar size, since a deduction is merely subtracted from income.
With these additions, Agencourt now offers six library construction services including standard and large insert cDNA libraries, normalized and subtracted cDNA libraries, BAC libraries and whole genome shotgun libraries in a variety of vectors.
Tax deduction: An expense subtracted from income to lower taxable income.
Then the team subtracted the average schizophrenic brain from its healthy counterpart to identify areas in which the two differed most.
The company previously completed a financing for purposes which included payment of the anticipated restructuring expenses and subtracted the restructuring costs from those proceeds.
The researchers subtracted PET data on the first task from data obtained on the second task to isolate brain activity associated with listening to melodies.