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to move past in time

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Thus, it appears Congress intended that seven full calendar years must elapse following a Sec.
As a result, 2000 years won't elapse until January 1, 2001.
If this becomes law then my advice would be to deposit 10pence before the three years elapse, thus keeping the account active.
This is especially the case where a long period of time may elapse between the non-deficiency "applicable date" and the subsequently issued deficiency notice (i.e., a 30-day or 90-day letter).
A friability curve, obtained by testing standard specimens after air-drying for increasing periods of time, provides important information about the length of time that can elapse before the friability of a particular sand becomes detrimental.
Further, to properly document the establishment of a FLP and the transfers of interests, same time should elapse between the contribution to the partnership and the girl of the limited interests--at least until the contribution is recorded on the partnership's books and the contributing partner's capital account has been properly credited.