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excessively forward

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Clear of the locksmith's house, Sim Tappertit laid aside his cautious manner, and assuming in its stead that of a ruffling, swaggering, roving blade, who would rather kill a man than otherwise, and eat him too if needful, made the best of his way along the darkened streets.
The remediation time for the HEPA/vaccine plan was computed by assuming that 1,000 Hazmat workers (using level C protection) are available to perform remediation 10 h per day, which is [approximately equal to] 3 times larger than the labor force used at the Brentwood and Hart buildings, and that 200 samplers can each perform 24 samples in 4 h plus have 6 h for donning and removing protective gear, rest, and rehydration.
EPS calculated to show, on a pro forma basis, per share earnings for the period available to common shareholders assuming the exercise or conversion of all securities that are exercisable or convertible into common stock and which would either dilute or not affect basic EPS.
Terry, President of The Vintage Bank, will assume additional responsibilities overseeing the four offices of the Solano Bank division in addition to the six Napa County offices of The Vintage Bank that Glen has managed since assuming presidency of the Bank in 2002.
The Kirchhoff and Rayleigh-Sommerfeld integral equations (1) and (2) are alternative forms of the theorem of Helmholtz (5), which expresses Huygens' principle in terms of a scalar wave function U and its normal derivatives without assuming specific attributes of this function, except that it is continuous and twice differentiable with continuous derivatives and obeys the homogeneous wave equation,
After assuming a comfortable starting position, the athlete lowers the trunk and center of gravity by continued flexion of the hip, knee, ankle, and right leg.
For example, a product seller might charge one price for each of the first ten units it sells and a lower price for each of the next ten units sold, assuming a total of twenty units are sold.
However, assuming away the law of demand hardly qualifies as economic research.
The consideration B received in the form of the liability C assumed ($30,000) is offset by the consideration B gave by assuming the $20,000 liability; the net amount, $10,000, is treated as money or other property.
Whereas, Hold Harmless Agreements involve contractually assuming another organization's tort liability, Indemnity Agreements or Indemnification Clauses define a contractual relationship where the second party agrees to reimburse the first party for damages (including settlements) and/or expenses (including attorney fees, court, and expert witness fees, etc.
In addition, a QI not assuming primary withholding responsibility nevertheless must agree to withhold if it knows that an amount was supposed to be withheld from the payment and the full amount was not withheld.
The parent wanted to transfer the plant and land to a subsidiary, with the subsidiary assuming the contingent liability for the cleanup costs.
Nasdaq:EMCI) is pleased to announce that on November 9, 2005, the board of directors of Mutual Reinsurance Bureau (MRB) approved the admission of Kentucky Farm Bureau as a new assuming company to the pool effective January 1, 2006.
Assuming a three-year carryback period for operating losses, this example shows that the benefit of the future tax deduction is assured through reduction of future taxable income generated by reversals of existing taxable temporary differences (see exhibit 1, page 73).
Assuming that no material modification of the liability occurs and that no election to apply a different set of regulations is made, the general effective date rules are as follows.