But you spoke just now of observation and deduction.
For example, observation shows me that you have been to the Wigmore Street Post-Office this morning, but deduction lets me know that when there you dispatched a telegram.
It is simplicity itself," he remarked, chuckling at my surprise,--"so absurdly simple that an explanation is superfluous; and yet it may serve to define the limits of observation and of deduction.
Yes, I have a turn both for observation and for deduction.
Those rules of deduction laid down in that article which aroused your scorn, are invaluable to me in practical work.
I pondered over our short conversation, however, and endeavoured to draw my deductions from it.
The reasoning was close and intense, but the deductions appeared to me to be far-fetched and exaggerated.
The little that was left in the world, when all these deductions
were made, it was Mrs General's province to varnish.
For 2006 returns, the charitable deduction
rate is 14[cents] per mile.
The tax treatment of damages and legal fees and costs varies according to the type of underlying claim, Congressional action providing an above-the-line deduction
for legal fees for discrimination claims and a recent Supreme Court decision in Commissioner v.
Old and Existing Law: A donor claiming a charitable donation deduction
must maintain reliable written records regarding the donation--regardless of the donation's value or amount.
roadshow--was the announcement of what is being promoted as "the Belgian Tax Deduction
for Risk Capital," the notional interest deduction
These tax breaks range from a deduction
of up to $1.
Current rules allow a deduction
for unreimbursed casualty and theft losses - including gaps in insurance coverage - for filers who itemize deductions
New section 199 of the Internal Revenue Code (2) provides a large segment of American business with a significant tax deduction
for domestic production activities.