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Synonyms for item

Synonyms for item

an individually considered portion of a whole

a small, often specialized element of a whole

something having material existence

a usually brief detail of news or information

Synonyms for item

a distinct part that can be specified separately in a group of things that could be enumerated on a list

a small part that can be considered separately from the whole

a whole individual unit

an isolated fact that is considered separately from the whole

an individual instance of a type of symbol

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The basic rule of function analysis is that an item's function must be described by two words: an active verb and a measurable noun.
Conversely, a person who checks a parcel with a store clerk while shopping has not surrendered privacy interest in the item.(35) Similarly, a person who throws a bag onto the hood of his car and tries to prevent a police officer from looking into it has not abandoned the item.(36) Abandonment does not occur when a person demonstrates a continuing interest in the privacy of an item, either by placing it in another's care or by remaining close to the item and affirmatively seeking to protect it from others.(37)
TODAY--Papers relating to items on your to-do list for today.
So, they calculated that every item in the contract, big or small, complicated or simple, was also overpriced by 369 percent.
* TM 9-2350-252-24P-1 (M2/M3, M2A1/IM3A1), Fig 66: Item 19 (inner washer) should be NSN 5310-01-413-1037, PN 10910174-25.
The functional currency of the Section 987 QBU will also be a marked item included in the assets for which section 987 gain or loss is determined.
However, a deduction may be allowed for a charitable donation of a single item of clothing or a household item, not in good used condition or better, if the amount claimed for the item exceeds $500 and the taxpayer's return includes a qualified appraisal of that item.
In a joint memo, the under secretary of defense (comptroller) and the under secretary of defense (acquisition, technology and logistics) recommend a process that puts the onus of the attestation on the people who are closest to the data--program managers in the acquisition community and item managers in the logistics community.
174 costs incurred by these taxpayers in prior tax years may be included in determining whether an item meets the in-whole-or-in-significant-par t requirement.
Open-ended questionnaires allow students freedom of response rather than reacting to forced-choice items (Hofer & Pintrich, 1997a).
In late November, the Transportation Security Administration announced several changes in policy, including changes that would allow passengers to once again bring previously banned items into the cabin, including scissors that are less than four inches or 10 cm long and small tools that are less than seven inches or 17.8 cm long.
The Treasury Department allows taxpayers to use yet another alternative method of allocation but only when there are differing tax rates for the erroneous items. For example, a taxpayer who understates both capital gains and interest income qualifies for a special allocation because a different tax rate applies to each item.
One method of controlling the amount of processing an item receives during study is to control the instruction that follows each item.
Commercial item or catalog pricing also facilitated ordering via electronic media, and more importantly, allowed ordering using the government purchase card and a warranted Ordering Officer within the group.
Here's one additional item for that legacy portfolio: a bow to fiscal conservatism by restoring presidential line-item veto authority.