issue to

issue something to someone

to distribute or dispense something to someone. The front office issued new assignments to everyone today. New keys were issued to everyone.
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The editor appropriately limits a discussion of this issue to the preface, only to use it as a basis for introducing the articles in the book.
In the past, taxpayers often traded an issue to have a penalty removed.
This procedure (in place since 1992) allows taxpayers under examination to request the transfer of a developed, unagreed-on issue to Appeals, while Examinations continues to develop the other issues in the case.
5, the "New York" issue--which was in part the consequence of Dan Graham's suggestion to Brooks that she consider devoting an issue to the city--consolidated the magazine s increasing preoccupation (first announced in no.
There is a longstanding mythology in newsletter industry literature that samples don't work in subscriber acquisition, except--the conventional reasoning goes--when it's a title where the content is similar from issue to issue, e.
In their open-ended answers, they also connected the management support issue to a need to align the communication function with business issues and to do research to prove the value of communication programs.
Supporters of variable plan accounting also link this issue to a previous consensus on accounting for a tandem fixed award in a declining market, which was discussed in EITF issue no.
If mediation is not requested, Appeals will close the early referral file and return jurisdiction over the issue to the District.
An additional issue to consider when you're a CEP case is that you get a period of time at the start of an audit to make a disclosure.
In these meetings, a tax issue not under IRS investigation may come to the mediator's attention; if that mediator is from Appeals, he is required to disclose the issue to the IRS.
For example, if Appeals returns an issue to Examination for further factual development, that fact should be reflected in the agent's review process.