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Synonyms for entity

Synonyms for entity

one that exists independently

an organized array of individual elements and parts forming and working as a unit

the fact or state of existing or of being actual

Words related to entity

that which is perceived or known or inferred to have its own distinct existence (living or nonliving)

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It is important to note that this proposed ASU would not apply to an entity whose purpose, upon completion of development, is to use real estate holdings for its own production or to use the holdings for supply of goods, services, for the entity's administrative purposes, or for sales in the ordinary course of business.
The ED defines a reporting entity as "a circumscribed area of economic activities whose financial information has the potential to be useful to existing and potential equity investors, lenders, and other creditors who cannot directly obtain the information they need in making decisions about providing resources to the entity and in assessing whether management and the governing board of that entity have made efficient and effective use of the resources provided.
A reporting entity filing consolidated financial statements must consider the tax positions of all entities within the consolidated group, regardless of the tax status of the reporting entity.
The applicable rules on the classification of foreign entities and the date a foreign entity becomes relevant for U.
The entity could be added to the existing policy though an endorsement, which would provide appropriate insurance protection for both the transferor as occupant of the house and the trust or LLC as owner under the same policy.
Also, most of these plans require the employee to retire from the governmental entity, not just change jobs.
1503-2(g)(2)(vi)(C) provides that annual certifications are not required with respect to a DCL of any separate unit other than a hybrid entity separate unit.
The Act also defines Hybrid Entities like universities with teaching hospitals or employee health plans managed in-house, where a part of the entity may fall under HIPAA regulations.
The entity must have a process in place that allows users to state grievances, and a method of responding to those complaints.
Covered entities are health plans (such as HMOs and Medicare Part A and B), health care clearinghouses (entities that process health information), and health care providers (any person or entity who furnishes, bills or is paid for health care).
Specifically, these synthetic entities process cues and interpret situations in a manner consistent with decision-making processes, presenting a computer-based entity human-like at the level of its most basis cognitive operations.
He said the law allows paying for a criminal defense only if the directors ``determine that such defense would be 'in the best interests of the public entity' and that the employee acted in good faith and in the 'apparent interests of the public entity.
It is common to use surrogates, which allow for locating information about an entity without having to interact directly with the primary entity or full-text data as a method to identify and manipulate the data.
As such, Fitch believes the probability of default for the two entities is equal and therefore links the entities' IDRs, signaling that neither entity should have a lower probability of default as any excessive cash flows and/or assets of one entity would be used to support the other entity if ever necessary.