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something, as land and assets, legally possessed

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Total holding remaining in Novo Banco: [euro]100,000 or 100 percent of original Novo
If we maintain instrument currency through recent activity, we have to log a holding pattern within the past six months.
to Specialty Underwriters Alliance Inc., a holding company on Nov.
The section on "Tie-In Considerations of the BHC Act" has been revised to incorporate an August 18, 2003, Board interpretation and a February 2, 2004, Board staff interpretation on tying arrangements pertaining to section 106 of the Bank Holding Company Act Amendments of 1970 (section 106).
For gray iron, the effect of holding time at three levels of temperature for up to 10 hr was investigated on a typical gray iron sample.
(Although a taxpayer cannot deduct losses or add disallowed losses to its basis, an asset that results in a loss will still be eligible for the 18% rate after 2005--the five-year holding period.)
Research has found that outside directors' holdings are related to a) company resistance to paying greenmail; b) speed of restructuring among troubled firms; c) prompt dismissal of CEOs who are performing poorly; and d) avoidance of excessive CEO compensation.
The Mexican holding company for Telefonos de Mexico (Telmex) and other ventures is extending its reign over plain old phones to the Internet and computer sales in Mexico and beyond.
Your client will need to weigh all of the possible risks of holding early stage, qualifying stock for the five years necessary to attain an exclusion vs.
The Fed will be the "umbrella supervisor" of the financial holding companies that are the big dogs.
By holding a well-diversified equity portfolio, the Ellises are following a strategy suggested by many professionals.
Perhaps the most common area of controversy and a subject ripe for planning arises when one corporation ("Holding") incurs substantial debt to acquire stock of another corporation ("Target").
Once I even heard a priest remark during a homily that he had a big problem with holding hands during the Lord's Prayer when he first encountered it during a retreat.
More and more frequently, senators are forgoing the traditional practice of personally holding the floor to delay a vote.