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Synonyms for apply

be relevant

Synonyms

put on

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exert

apply yourself to something

Synonyms

  • work hard at
  • concentrate on
  • study at
  • pay attention to
  • try at
  • commit yourself to
  • buckle down to
  • be assiduous in
  • devote yourself to
  • be diligent in
  • dedicate yourself to
  • make an effort at
  • address yourself to
  • be industrious in
  • persevere at or with

Synonyms for apply

to provide as a remedy

to devote (oneself or one's efforts)

to bring an appeal or request, for example, to the attention of

to look to when in need

to ask for employment, acceptance, or admission

Synonyms for apply

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While applying the eyeliner, a steady hand is needed to ensure a smooth application else you are going to end up with a smudged eyeliner.
Finally, after first making the "initial determination" under the functional interdependence standard and then applying one of the four specific criteria, the third step in determining the unit of property is applying the "additional rule." (20) The "additional rule" is a conformity requirement providing that if the taxpayer properly treats a component as a separate unit of property for any federal income tax purpose, the taxpayer must treat the component as a separate unit of property for purposes of the proposed repair regulations as well.
Because of this, it's possible that the spotter will not be capable of applying enough resistance during the lowering phase of the first few reps.
After applying the basecoat and allowing it to dry completely, dampen the cloth with water, then bunch it in one hand, making sure there are plenty of folds to provide a pattern when applied to the wall.
* The IRS obtained a victory in Coltec Industries, Inc., applying the economic-substance doctrine to disallow a large capital loss.
In contrast, insurers not applying predictive modeling techniques are missing competitive opportunities.
The regulation represents a policy-level response to what many had perceived to be zeal on the part of some IRS field personnel in applying the Court's "significant future benefits" standard and, in many respects, represents a sea change in the government's traditional perspective on capitalization.
There are always inherent uncertainties in applying the above standards.
In another case, a CPVC pipe maker cut its chrome-plating costs from $37,000/yr to $7000/yr after applying Micro Tuff to its pipe tooling and adapters, Kupper says.
"Treasury regulations and interpretations [such as revenue rulings] long continued without substantial change, applying to unamended or substantially reenacted statutes, are deemed to have received congressional approval and have the effect of law." Courts now call this rule the "reenactment doctrine"; see, e.g., ABC Rentals of San Antonio, Inc., 97 F3d 392 (10th Cir.
The proposals also include potentially far-reaching new rules to look-through the ownership of holding companies, trusts and partnerships for the purpose of applying the definition.
As stated in Ethics Interpretation 201-1, "Competence" (AICPA Professional Standards, ET section 201.02), "competence relates both to knowledge of the profession's standards, techniques and the technical subject matter involved, and to the capability to exercise sound judgment in applying such knowledge in the performance of professional services." In litigation services, it is necessary to understand the trial process as well as the subject matter of the particular dispute.
For example the Sonoma body molding has been given a brushed-aluminum look by applying a high-definition gravure-printed brush pattern between the two.
Because the siblings at issue were not children or grandchildren of an individual who was a shareholder of the taxpayer at any relevant time, they were not aggregated for purposes of applying Sec.