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change (of life)

menopause. The change of life affects each woman differently. Jill started the change when she was forty-seven.

change

n. money. (see also and change.) It takes a lot of change to buy a car like that.
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A CFC changing to the required tax year, a 52-53-week tax year referencing such required year, the one-month deferral year or a 52-53-week year referencing the one-month deferral year, is not required to file Form 1128.
Students expressed that communication was necessary to accept and value group member and to adapt to the challenge of the changing dynamics within the group.
the changing of traditions and customs around the world), and the concept of social reflexivity.
Changing organizational structures and relationships.
In the latter case, a changeable core-plate assembly is a much faster way of converting the mold than changing individual cores.
02 states that an appeals officer or government counsel may resolve a timing issue by (1) changing the taxpayer's method of accounting using compromise terms; (2) using an alternative timing resolution; or (3) using a time-value-of-money resolution.
Thompson: We're in the transaction processing and information technology business; its an industry that's changing probably more rapidly than anything out there.
Those formulating policy during this turbulence will need to engage in an ongoing process of hypothesis-testing and self-correction, as rapidly changing conditions and unpredicted consequences lead to frequent midcourse corrections.
Other studies of the implications for monetary policy of the changing structure of the U.
Changing job definitions, work content and role relationships .
Duration also incorporates both changing market values and changing returns from the reinvestment of cash to provide a better measure of the return an investor will earn on a fixed-income security.
1) "The Changing Face of Application Life-cycle Management: Tomorrow's ALM Platforms Will Deliver on the Promise of ALM Suites," August 18, 2006, Forrester Research, Inc.
2006-12 only applies to taxpayers changing to an accounting method provided under the Sec: 263(a) regulations; it does not apply to taxpayers changing their method using the economic performance 3 1/2-month rule or recurring-item exception.
Evaluating how current health policies may be affected by a changing climate.
Life/health insurers are changing their names to build brand.