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as to

1. Regarding or referring to; with respect to; apropos of. As to the matter at hand, we must act firmly and without delay.
2. By means of or according to. Please catalogue the entries as to their size in millimeters.

as to

1. According to, as in They were asked to sort the costumes as to color. [Mid-1700s]
2. See as for.

as to something

used when you are referring to something: As to tax, that will be deducted from your salary.
See also: something
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himself in court so as to protect his personal integrity as dignity);
(8) The government now sets the level of [t.sub.w] along with the consumption tax rate t so as to finance the expenditures on public goods and UI (i.e., a balanced-budget constraint).
In fact, LaBas depends heavily upon his ability to deduce and reason, to sort detective-style through a string of clues as well as to interpret Abdul's cryptic note.
Ehlers' research group (1997) found children with AS to exhibit strengths in verbal IQ, with arithmetic subtest scores lower than those on other verbal subtests.
Each border router in an AS must establish a BGP session with its peers, or neighbors, in every other AS to which it is connected: a permanent TCP connection over which route announcements (also called route advertisements) are transmitted.
Even so, AJ-B Bumiputra also had liquidity difficulties due to investments in certain unprofitable sectors such as property and stocks as well as to direct capital placements in its subsidiaries.
Since natural signs do not come with their information stamped on them, it is a matter of learned interpretation as to whether the "things" that we choose to outline from the field have the chosen boundaries and characteristics that will serve us in action.
It is a key to the historical world of Elizabeth as well as to the dramatic world of Elsinore.