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on location

[of a movie] being filmed in a place distant from the studio. This movie was shot on location in Ontario. The actress went on location in Spain for her latest film.
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The sense of direction and location of these primitive Pellucidarians is little short of uncanny, as I have had occasion to remark in the past.
In the same remarkable way they never forget the location of any place to which they have ever been, and know that of many of which they have only heard from others who have visited them.
The colonel assured him that they would, and a moment later Tarzan had traced upon the map the location of three that had been bothering the English.
Here it was that the Ithaca came to anchor in a little harbor, while her crew under von Horn, and the Malay first mate, Bududreen, accompanied Professor Maxon in search of a suitable location for a permanent camp.
Corner lots in desirable locations sold that winter for from ten to thirty thousand dollars.
But the throng had surged in all ways, until he lost directions and locations, save that he knew where lay the enemy.
At an average of 1,400 square feet per location, that comes to about 3.
Date May 15-16, 2003 Location IPFW Fort Wayne, IN Contact Vernita Largin 574-295-1650 larginv@unitedwayec.
If a taxpayer has one or more regular work locations away from his residence, he may deduct daily transportation expenses incurred on trips between his residence and a temporary work location in the same trade or business, regardless of the distance.
The battle will come home Friday when 6,000 directors, location scouts and location promoters will attend the Locations '98 exposition at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Now in its fourth year, the conference will focus on the convergence of location technology among enterprise IT solutions, geographic information systems, and mobile location-based services," said Joe Francica, chairman of the event.
And while his first year in business wasn't as profitable as he would have liked, Gist, whose firm brought in close to $200,000 in sales in 2004, says he "wouldn't change a thing" about his early location decisions.
99-7, daily transportation expenses that an employee incurred traveling between his residence a temporary work location were deductible business expenses.
The WheriFind is a small self-contained, battery-powered, fully portable GSM cellular and GPS locating device with an internal antenna that can be easily used for the short term location monitoring of any asset or vehicle.
However, the costs of going between one business location and another generally are deductible under Sec.