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These folks are just like addicts: They deceive everyone around them for the sake of a fix and rarely take no for an answer when voters decline to subsidize their schemes.
As if each mood presents a variation" (273), the paradoxical nature of A's comment emphasizes how the self acts not as a fixed entity but rather as the latest iteration in a complex structure called identity.
As a retired deputy on a fixed income, these products warrant only a passing glance.
A fixed price could be established, with a further provision providing for periodic review and redetermination between the business and the owners.
The benefits of applying the binding contract rule are most evident in situations in which the parties to the reorganization have agreed on a fixed amount of consideration and fixed the number of acquirer shares to be used in the total consideration.
In this case, revenue recognition is not appropriate until a fixed delivery schedule is established.
Many real and personal property tax incentives take the form of either a low assessment percentage or an absolute abatement of all or part of the property, generally for a fixed period of years.
Three mobiles, each containing seven yellow disks that displayed either black, green, or red A's, were presented in a fixed order.
Reporting daily to the firm's marketing director, she managed appointment setting, oversaw the sales effort and was paid a fixed fee for each appointment.
2702(b), a qualified interest is (1) one that consists of a right to receive fixed amounts payable not less frequently than annually (a qualified annuity interest); (2) one that consists of a right--payable at least annually--to receive a fixed percentage of the trust corpus's net fair market value, determined annually (a qualified unitrust interest); and (3) a right to receive a non-contingent remainder interest if all the other interests in the trust are qualified annuity or unitrust interests (a qualified remainder interest).
Those who prefer a fixed standard to a floating one should have that option.
Any interest which consists of the right to receive amounts which are payable not less frequently than annually and are a fixed percentage of the FMV of the property in the trust (determined annually); and
"In almost any other unregulated market, an increase in demand against a fixed supply is sure to push up the equilibrium price," writes economist Charles Clotfelter in Buying the Best, a 1996 study of higher-education finances that focuses on four elite schools.
The accommodator who has borrowed on a nonrecourse basis to acquire parked replacement property may set a maturity date for the loan that ensures his involvement will end at a fixed date (either through completion of the exchange when the relinquished property is sold or through conveyance of the replacement property in foreclosure of the note).
Applying the anticipatory assignment of income doctrine, the Service attributed the capital gains from the sale of the stock by the charity to the donors, arguing that the donors had contributed a fixed right to receive cash rather than an interest in A.