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separate and distinct from others of the same kind

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If formally agreed by EU foreign ministers at talks in Luxembourg, the decision would enable EU companies to import oil on a case-by-case basis from areas under opposition control, the sources said.
The IRS says it is in the process of establishing standards to be applied on a case-by-case basis in the future to identify when the government's interest in the deferred estate tax is deemed to be sufficiently at risk to justify the requirement of a bond or special lien.
The department will also be considering, on a case-by-case basis, other close family members of Canadian citizens and permanent residents who have been and continue to be seriously and personally affected by the disaster.
Qualification is on a case-by-case basis; despite public misinformation by some groups, a blanket qualification--even for CPAs--does not exist in any court system.
Over the years, the Court has, through a gradual process called "selective incorporation," held on a case-by-case, right-by-right basis that most of the Bill of Rights is binding on the states.
Through an intuitive, Web-enabled dashboard interface, Hyperion Intelligence allows users to drill down into critical process data collected by the Metastorm Business Process Management software--either from a real- time process alert, dashboard indicator or database repository--analyze that data, and make informed decisions about how to improve the overall process or resolve business issues that arise on a case-by-case basis.
We'll have to consider each patient on a case-by-case basis.
The new initiative requires the execution of a formal memorandum of understanding between the taxpayer and IRS that will govern key aspects of the examination, including the imposition of a dollar threshold on a case-by-case basis below which both the taxpayer and IRS agree not to raise issues or make claims.
Small Business Administration (SBA) asked EPA to drop the proposed settlement in the Sierra Club lawsuit challenging the deadline for case-by-case hazardous air pollution (HAP) permits.
Offers are considered on a case-by-case basis and granted based upon the taxpayer's ability to pay the deficiency over the maximum 10-year period allowed within the statute of limitations.
Claims are being carefully reviewed individually and decisions made on a case-by-case basis, depending on the facts of the case.
He replied that the US Government and most states have the death penalty, adding: "We deal with this on a case-by-case basis.
It offers scholarships on a case-by-case basis to help fund research involving materials and manufacturing.
Although the IRS declined to generally postpone tax deposit deadlines, it indicated that it would consider reasonable-cause requests from disaster-afflicted businesses to waive section 6656 deposit penalties on a case-by-case basis.
The test used by the IRS is very subjective, and is applied on a case-by-case basis.