The use of debt as a means
to deduct the loss comes with a future cost.
Furthermore, while she had accepted recommendations for self-study packages from other candidates, she rejected the idea of collaborative learning as a means
of preparing for the examination: "I want to do what I want ...
In the interactions with others, they used their reputations for piety as a means
to express their political voice, and, when necessary they used the powerful rhetoric of illness and melancholy in order to draw Philip's attention away from Lerma.
In 1992, a group of business executives, including vice-presidents of GE and Prudential, and conservative intellectuals assembled by Ellwood endorsed the call for a national patient database as a means
to "hold HMOs accountable" for good health care.
O's charitable purposes include helping needy individuals who are unemployed to develop new job skills, finding job placements for the individuals and providing transportation for these individuals who need a means
of transportation to jobs in areas not served by public transportation.
The FLPs were formed for two main reasons: as a means
to currently transfer management of the parents' estates to the children, who as general managers of the partnerships began to actively manage them; and to settle disputes among the children related to the businesses' operation.
731 provides a means
of using the losses to reduce ordinary income.
The workpapers do not serve as the practitioner's diary or as a means
of social communication with colleagues.
304 as a means
of repatriating cash from a foreign subsidiary to the United States without incurring local country witholding tax.