deriving


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The Notice provides that this rule is based on the contract manufacturer's not deriving its gross receipts from the sale or other disposition of the QPP.
Economists have derived useful formulas describing the pricing of liquid assets, such as the Black-Scholes option pricing formula, but they have found that deriving expressions for the pricing of illiquid assets is more difficult.
To this end, the attending physician responsible for the fertility treatment and the researcher or investigator deriving and/or proposing to utilize human pluripotent stem cells should not have been one and the same person.
* Independent personal services: An individual deriving income from independent personal services will be taxable only in his CS of residence, unless they are performed in the other CS and are attributable to a fixed base regularly available to him there for purposes of performing those activities.
Half of the volunteers were assigned to eat a high-mono diet deriving 35 percent of its calories from fat.