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Synonyms for iva

any of various coarse shrubby plants of the genus Iva with small greenish flowers

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Media Contact: Lela Blair, IVA Advice, (949) 555-2861, admin@rocketfactor.
8220;The iVA is a real game changer in site certification sweep testing,” said Rick Hartman, President of North American Operations and Product Line Director of Test & Measurement at Kaelus.
The businesses] have to demonstrate that they are truly being hurt [by the increase] in the IVA," said Diana Bernal, director of the office that handles the rights of taxpayers (Procuraduna de la Defensa del Contribuyente, PRODECON).
We predicted galling rates on Iva close to Borrichia to be lower, and parasitism rates higher, than on Iva distant from Borrichia.
Published data on the incidence of IVA, recall rate, and the positive predictive value (PPV) of NBS for IVA are heterogeneous.
Unlike straight SPIAs, whose payments are frozen, the monthly paycheck from an IVA can potentially match inflation.
If they can't release equity from their property, another year's extension is the only way to complete the IVA and discharge the debt.
However, IVA will file a request for a court examination of the compensation amount.
But Iva succumbed to her injuries, Ms Bryan died on the way to hospital and Mrs Eades died in hospital from brain injuries.
The amendments to the Insolvency Act 1986 are set to allow more people filing for insolvency to choose an IVA.
IVA is an organic acidemia and was discovered by Dr.
But because an IVA is legallybinding, personal details are added to the Government's Insolvency Register, which is put online for anyone to see.
Ed and Iva Perkins of Eugene celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary Oct.
Gill Wrigley, insolvency practitioner for Haines Watts IVA Ltd and founder of the new financial advice website, said: "We have been observing an increasing trend of couples in Wales applying for Individual Voluntary Arrangements (IVAs), particularly in the last 12 months