Store displays and magazine covers bombard the senses with a smorgasbord of treats, usually mouth-watering caloric confections that derive
much of their palatability--and calories--from fat.
2 : to come from a certain source <Some modern holidays derive
from ancient traditions.>
So, in order to derive
an opinion of "after" easement value using the sales comparison approach, some appraisals rely on properties that are quite dissimilar, but possess the necessary market data to perform the analysis.
Rodin's words came to me during my visit to Rachel Whiteread's exhibition at the Basel Kunsthalle (the artist's most extensive to date), comprising 15 works--from Closet, 1988, to the three dated 1994 and never previously exhibited--all of which derive
from the simple technique of casting.
One of the studies (14) cited as evidence for genospecies specificity was published even before the genospecies were differentiated; the other "consistent independent findings" derive
from the laboratories of Drs.
A REIT may not derive
more than 30% of its gross income from the sale or other disposition of stock or securities held for less than six months, property in prohibited transactions or most real property held for less than four years.
At the time, Advanced Cell Technology of Worcester, Mass., also reported trying--unsuccessfully--to derive
such cells from unfertilized human eggs undergoing a process called parthenogenesis.
Thus, the taxpayer must engage directly in the space or ocean activity in order to derive
's simplicity makes it easily adaptable as a teaching tool.
To ensure that human embryos donated for research were in excess of the clinical need of the individuals seeking fertility treatment and to allow potential donors time between the creation of the embryos for fertility treatment and the decision to donate for research purposes, only frozen human embryos should have been used to derive
human pluripotent stem cells.
From this early militant phase he would take off on what he would describe as a derive
, punctuated precisely by the "events" of '68, when he was teaching at the radical campus of the University of Paris at Nanterre - a many-pathed "drift" in which aesthetics, and indeed the very idea of "the visual" in the visual arts, would play such a singular role.
Under the two-bucket approach, all production gross receipts from all sources are added together, all production expenses from all sources are added together, and the two resulting sums are netted to derive
the taxpayer's QPAI.
In office leasing, there is also a grossing up to larger firms where the business proposition is constructed to derive
revenue from both sides of the deal i.e., from the landlords who want to rent out space and prospective tenants who want to assume leases.