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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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* Requisition/procure items in smaller quantities and units of issue.
Have your items appraised by a reputable appraiser to find out the value of your possessions.
Notwithstanding the improved economic accuracy of the new rules, taxpayers may encounter difficulties complying with these rules, particularly as it relates to translation of certain items using historic rates.
The Joint Committee on Taxation's Technical Explanation states that "It is noted that the President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform and the staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation both have concluded that the fair market value-based deduction for contributions of clothing and household items present difficult tax administration issues, as determining the correct value of an item is a fact-intensive, and thus also a resource-intensive matter.
The Department now requires the use of the item unique identifiers (IUID) for items that meet established criteria, such as those having a unit cost in excess of $5,000 and those requiring serialized item management.
Instead, the items hypothesized to measure omniscient authority loaded onto three separate factors.
It would be reasonable to assume that even with the increased training to detect explosive devices or explosive device components in carry on baggage, that some of these items could still make it past the TSA screening personnel.
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.
Woodward, Bjork, and Jongeward (1973) further added that participants engage in maintenance rehearsal of items until an instruction is given.
The major inhibitor to that approach was the FAR 13.500(c) test program requirement to purchase commercial items or supplies (in laymen terms) rather than services.
Here's one additional item for that legacy portfolio: a bow to fiscal conservatism by restoring presidential line-item veto authority.
A previous grant developed the "how" of analyzing alignment of test items to content standards.
Three other "yes/no" items relevant to how to become a psychologist were analyzed.
A Thunder Bay printing company is convinced corporate promotional items can supplement a marketing strategy and make it successful, but only if they are targeted correctly.
On a European television broadcast 2 years ago, a border collie named Rico wowed viewers by correctly retrieving items from an array of children's toys at the request of one of his German owners.