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of a quantity that can fulfill a need or requirement but without being abundant

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Clinton, two counts of operating a motor vehicle with a license revoked as a habitual traffic offender, sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until April 27, 2012; speeding, responsible; assault and battery, sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until Oct.
103 the ASB clarified that oral explanations do not, by themselves, provide sufficient support for the auditor's work, though auditors may use them to further explain or clarify information that is contained in the workpapers.
In a recent case, the court held that agreement on price, together with agreement on the cash component of the price, the specifics of a second mortgage and payment of the broker's commission by the buyer was sufficient to constitute a meeting of the minds.
In Situation 1, neither state law nor the Trust's governing instrument contains any provision requiring or permitting the trustee to distribute to G amounts sufficient to satisfy G's income tax liability attributable to including Trust's income in G's taxable income.
The report alerted the IRS Commissioner that the issue of sufficient officer compensation is not always addressed during IRS examinations.
Assure sufficient cope height of the mold to maintain adequate ferrostatic pressure during pouring.
14] The Baron court was concerned that giving a willful blindness instruction when there is not sufficient evidence that the defendant deliber ately avoided exploring whether drugs are present could serve to reduce the criminal state of mind required for conviction from knowledge to something less, such as negligence.
The recent decision of the Michigan Court of Claims on September 30, 1994, in MagneTek Controls provides the most recent interpretation regarding the level of sales solicitation activity required to create sufficient nexus under Commerce Clause principles to support a tax like the SBT.
The degree of over-travel of the piston in closing is reportedly sufficient to keep it closed during initial screw pullback.
Clinton, person under 21 possessing liquor, sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until April 6, 2012, remain drug and alcohol free, random screenings.
However, when expressing an opinion on internal controls, the auditor must do sufficient tests of controls to obtain high levels of assurance about their effectiveness.
The Conference Committee Report states that credible evidence is evidence "which the court would find sufficient upon which to base a decision on the issue if no contrary evidence were submitted (without regard to presumption of IRS correctness)"; see 1998-3 CB 994-95.
Another way to defeat a Wharton's Rule defense is to establish sufficient evidence that the buyer and seller have a long standing criminal relationship that involves repeated sales of large quantities of illegal drugs.
Use of these units also should incorporate an over-the-belt blending aerator or other means of blending to assure sufficient mixing of water and sand.
For example, the parties may encounter technical or other hurdles in connection with manufacturing the media which may result in Invitrogen being unable to successfully manufacture the media or to manufacture sufficient quantity of media to support the clinical trial.