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bad

1. mod. powerful; intense. This grass is bad!
2. mod. suitable; excellent; good. I got some new silks that are really bad.
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However, counter to the way implemented by many taxpayers, the repeal of the reserve method does not require them to rely on the write-off entry recorded for financial accounting purposes; Congress intended to allow a deduction for partially worthless business bad debts in the year in which ascertained worthless, provided they are charged off by the taxpayer.
The bad news is the flames were put out by the drool dripping out of his mouth just thinking of the flag burning amendment he had in his back pocket.
Of course, internal company policies on the handling of claims also go a long way toward thwarting bad faith claims.
Prime Minister Koizumi started his leadership with a promise to clean up the bad loans, but little has happened in the months since he took office.
LaFrance's independent variable was the memory of bad hair.
You either produce specific works that address the idea of a girl being bad (beating up boys or playing with yourself) or you forget about the theme and simply show your current work.
He claimed Landbank's bad debts, which he said totaled $9.
Our Courts will analyze each such case on its specificfacts to determine if the broker was terminated in bad faith.
Bad debt is a regional phenomenon hitting some states harder than others, notably Florida and Texas.
Taxpayers making intrafamily loans can better their chances of later claiming a bad debt deduction if they follow certain formalities when the loan is made.
the jury is restricted to considering only evidence of bad faith which occurred prior to the filing of the lawsuit, or, whether [the jury] may consider evidence of an insurer's bad-faith conduct occurring during the pendency of litigation.
We found nearly one-third of dog owners reported their dogs' breath is either pretty bad or very bad.
The deduction will qualify as a business or nonbusiness bad debt depending on the facts of each case.
Issues: Does Jack have a bad debt deduction for 1995?