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I've developed a modest technique that helps me to keep my controlling nature in check.
BB&T operates the second largest depository institution in the market, controlling deposits of $375.6 million, representing approximately 19.3 percent of market deposits.
For estate tax purposes, the value of closely held stock depends on, among other things, what the decedent owned at the time of death (e.g., a controlling or noncontrolling interest).
If so, how should the effect of the adjustment be allocated between the controlling and noncontrolling interests?
The theory developed by Ott, Grebogi and Yorke suggests that scientists could use this technique for controlling many different chaotic systems.
Under the rule CPAs currently follow, commonly called the bright-line rule, the condition for a controlling financial interest is ownership of a majority voting interest--unless control is temporary or does not rest with the owner of the majority voting interest.
Although Luce was decided after Bright and Lee,(19) the Claims Court did not refer to either of these cases; instead, it found guidance in Rothgery,(20) in which it had disagreed with an estate that a 50% interest held by the decedent should be valuded at less than book value because there was no public market for the shares and because the estate's interest was not controlling. The Rothgery court reasoned that although the decedent had bequeathed the shares, had the shares been available for sale, a sufficient market existed in the decedent's son (who owned the other 50% of the stock) to negate any need for a discount.
Temperature-indicating, controlling, and recording instrumentation includes handheld digital and analog pyrometers, infrared thermometers, thermocouple sensors, scanners and controllers.
The use of slurry systmes for bond addition should be avoided as this usually complicates the problem of controlling bond and moisture levels, resulting in greater variation than should be necessary.
Light- and medium-duty vibratory feeders suitable for controlling flow of bulk materials to secondary processing operations.
This says that there is a serious problem in controlling LOI in this foundry and that management action is necessary to correct the situation.
As each one of the zones proper heat value is extracted, the valve controlling that zone is turned off to provide additional water flow to zones that still need cooling.
There were also demonstrations and videos of capacitive gauges controlling barrier film extrusion.
Temperature-indicating, controlling, and recording instrumentation includes hand-held digital and analog pyrometers, infrared thermometers, thermocouple sensors, scanners and controllers.
Weigh-belt feeders for controlling free-flowing pellets and granules are advantageous where low headroom is a problem, or when feeding friable materials.