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This suggests that the age-selective apportioning of old and potentially damaged organelles may be a way to fight stem cell exhaustion and aging," said Katajisto.
protecting the plaintiff and avoiding the potentially challenging task of apportioning fault among defendants for a single injury.
The purchaser is still responsible for determining a reasonable (yet consistent and uniform) method of apportioning the sales/use tax.
One way of apportioning taxes is to have the taxes paid only from the assets passing through the will.
The rule for apportioning electoral votes according to the number of each state's members of Congress also was anti-democratic.
The current method of apportioning seats in the House of Representatives of the United States violates the principle of one person-one vote.
would be determined by allocating and apportioning all interest expense of the worldwide affiliated group on a group-wide basis.
The House and Senate have different R&D agendas, as evidenced by the way they're apportioning money in their respective budget bills.
However, as of yet a technically sound method of apportioning costs among PRPs has not been established.
But, just like an inquest, there will be no apportioning of blame either.
Under California's unitary system, the in-state tax base is calculated by first defining the scope of the unitary business, of which the taxed enterprise's activities in the taxing state form one part, and then apportioning the total income and expenses of the unitary business between the taxing state and other jurisdictions based on a formula that takes into account objective measures of the corporation's activities within and without the jurisdiction.
However, if the home state had used a three-factor formula with the other states apportioning income on the basis of sales alone, then CPAs would find the outcome unfavorable, with the effective tax rate increasing to 11% from 8%.
20 provides guidance for allocating and apportioning pension and deferred compensation amounts received by nonresident individuals and says that such amounts should be apportioned by using the individual's average percentage of days worked in New York to total days worked each year for the current and the three immediately preceding tax years.
The ratio for apportioning the oversubscription shares on a pro rata basis to shareholders who exercised the oversubscription privilege was approximately .