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house of correction

Euph. a prison. He was sentenced to five years in the county's house of correction. The Jones House of Correction was built in the 1950s, when violent crime was much less common here.
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In the limited number of cases where the required correction is considered an insufficient remedy in itself the IRS should impose correction compliance fees (similar to those applicable in Walk-in CAP) rather than punitive sanctions for unintentional and non-egregious qualification failures.
To avoid the imposition of serious enforcement remedies for failure to correct deficiencies, providers must thoroughly understand the new requirements for submitting the HCFA-2567 -- Statement of Deficiencies and Plan of Correction before the next survey occurs.
9, 1991 to allow for the correction of most plan defects.
Real estate tax appeal forms or "Applications for Correction of Assessment" as they are called by the New York City Tax Commission, will undergo significant changes in 1996 affecting tax appeal compliance requirements for many taxpayers.
ArteFill is the first and only FDA-approved non-resorbable injectable dermal filler for the correction of wrinkles known as smile lines or nasolabial folds.
Charges brought by the Worcester County House of Correction.
The IRS consolidated four correction programs for tax qualified plans into a single Employee Plans Compliance Resolution System (EPCRS).
This technique can also be used in the IRS correction programs, significantly reducing the cost of correction.
Under CAP, we would work out a closing agreement in the field that--short of disqualification--would result in correction of the plan's qualification and a payment of a sanction amount based on a number of considerations including the tax liabilities at stake, the behavior of the taxpayer, etc.
Since joining Artes Medical, he proved to be successful in working with our management team in assisting in capital raising and establishing a robust infrastructure allowing for the commercial launch of ArteFill[R], the first and only FDA-approved non-resorbable injectable wrinkle filler for the correction of smile lines," said Diane S.
Such apparent calm in the face of the biggest correction in a decade led many in the industry to credit the level-headed small investor with staving off a more serious market free-fall.
Unlike other IRS programs, there is no need to notify the agency about the error or the correction.
95-14, the IRS has released a correction program for plan sponsors that have contributed unencumbered property to qualified defined benefit or defined contribution plans in violation of Sec.
ArteFill is the first and only non-resorbable injectable filler for the correction of wrinkles known as smile lines or nasolabial folds, and was approved by the FDA in October 2006.
Jessica Arguellesquiroz, correctional officer, Christian Campbell, corrections counselor, Alicia Carter, corrections specialist, Brandon Clark, assistant administrative chief, Andrew Devenberg, correction specialist, Carsten Galindo, corrections specialist, Dar Grignon, administrative chief, Joshua Haag, correctional officer, Jacob Harrison, corrections specialist, Joseph Justus, army liaison, Dorothy Keeler, corrections specialist, Matthew Libstorff, supply chief, Brian Nudo, brig duty officer, Michael Petitt, corrections specialist, Daniell Pinero, leading chief petty officer/galley chief, Anthony Quinata, corrections specialist, Matt Squazza, corrections specialist, Kathy Townsend, correctional officer, Erik Ursulo, corrections specialist, John Ward, corrections specialist