Identical twins result from tiny genetic mutations within a developing embryo that lead one portion of the embryo to reject the other as foreign, causing the two to split, a researcher proposed last week at a conference of geneticists.
Fraternal twins and identical twins result from two separate processes.
To assist it in making this disclosure, management must assess the future material effects that will result from
currently developing known and anticipated trends.
Indeed, arsenate can be reduced to arsenite at a comparable rate in cell systems, and the biological effect of arsenate may in part result from
its reduction to arsenite (Huang and Lee 1996).
Force induced variations result from
the way the calender is operated and from previous process steps such as feed mill operation and compound consistency from mixing.
Before any damage awards can be excludible from income, they first must result from
a tort or tort-like action.
Location savings generally result from
a decision to place a manufacturing facility in a foreign location after comparing costs at the foreign and domestic locations.
It seems to me that we should not have our financial statements relying on the extreme subjectivity and uncertainty that would result from
predicting health-care costs decades ahead.
The analysis produces displacements, strains and stresses that result from
a loading condition applied to the geometry.
731, the gain is considered to result from
a sale or exchange of the partnership interest, and Sec.
Future net taxable amounts may result from
(a) dividends, (b) liquidation of investee, or (c) sale of the investment.
Of greater significance, some very important property changes result from
the incorporation of these particles in matrix materials.
This is jsut one example of the inequities that result from
the daily proration method which taxpayers can use to their advantage.