Free will is for history only an expression for the unknown remainder
of what we know about the laws of human life.
Let her stand half-an-hour longer on that stool, and let no one speak to her during the remainder
of the day.
cried Middleton; "did you not say, Inez, that this excellent young woman was to accompany us, and to live with us for the remainder
of her life; or, at least, until she found some more agreeable residence for herself?
Trains ran only a portion of the way, and the remainder of the distance was travelled by stage-coaches.
I was expected to pay a part of this in cash and to work out the remainder.
Jingle uttered a patronising 'Hear, hear,' which was responded to by the remainder of the company; and the glasses having been filled, the vice-president assumed an air of wisdom in a state of profound attention; and said--
Here the little man ceased, and here the company commenced a raising of voices, and thumping of tables, which lasted with little intermission during the remainder of the evening.
Saturday two or three gangs turned out and hunted the woods to see if they could run across his remainders.
But, laws bless you, take the dog, and go and hunt his remainders.
has announced the launch of MP-12R, a calculator with a Remainder
Calculation function designed to be useful for warehouse operations.
The Tax Court held that the remainder
interest for a net income with makeup charitable remainder
unitrust (NIMCRUT) must be computed using an annual distribution amount equal to the greater of 5% of the net fair market value (FMV) of the trust assets or the fixed percentage defined in the trust instrument.
By a remainder
of a Tychonoff topological space G, we mean the subspace bG \ G of some compactification bG of G.
ISSUE: Jack Jones set up a trust funded with $100,000 to provide income to his mother (age seventy) for life with remainder
to his son, Tom.
The charitable remainder
trust enables an individual to make a substantial deferred gift to a favored charity while retaining a right to payments from the trust.
a) The taxpayer donates an irrevocable remainder
interest in a personal residence or farm.