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— rule(s), OK?

used to express your enthusiasm for a particular person or thing. informal, humorous
2000 Elle Here at ELLE we've always been big fans of Kerrigan's urban babewear, and this season…she really rocked. Daryl K rules, OK?
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rule

in. to dominate; to be the best. (Slang only in certain contexts. Typical in graffiti.) Pizza rules around here.
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The IRS ruled the termination of the S election was inadvertent and that the S shareholders were deemed to own the stock during the time it was owned by the LLC.
The IRS ruled that the transfer of the policies to the trust did not constitute a transfer for valuable consideration within the meaning of section 101(a)(2).
As appropriate, the Service ruled that the company would only have one class of stock for Sec.
The Service ruled that the termination of the company's S election was inadvertent and allowed the company to keep its S status.
The Service ruled in each case that the temporary conversion did not terminate the initial S election.
The IRS ruled the election was ineffective, but inadvertent and, thus, valid.
Similarly, in other rulings,(40) the IRS ruled that the real estate rental activity was not passive in nature.
The IRS ruled that the correction was timely md therefore granted inadvertent termination relief.
In Letter Ruling 9501027, the Service ruled that a Morris Trust transaction in which a historical subsidiary is spun off does not fall within this exception, because not all of the members of the terminating group immediately before the spin-off become members of the new consolidated group immediately afterwards.
The IRS granted inadvertent termination relief and ruled that any distributions from Y to X during the inadvertent termination period constituted income to X's sole shareholder.
The IRS ruled that the partnership would not have been an investment company if incorporated; thus, no gain or loss had to be recognized on the contribution of securities.
The IRS ruled that (1) the sub-account's income was taxable to the respective grantor, (2) each undistributed sub-account balance will be includible in the respective grantor's estate and (3) no gift occurs until distributions are made to the son.
The Service ruled that the transfer of stock to the credit trust was an inadvertent termination and that the corporation's S status remained intact until the merger without interruption.