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sass back

v.
To respond to someone rudely or inappropriately: If you sass back to your teacher, you'll get sent to the principal's office.
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Anthony Puddu, operations manager : With the success and popularity of Sass Cafe in Monaco, we expect the same for Dubai - great food, impeccable service and outstanding entertainment.
With only two minutes of the first round elapsed, Sass locked in an impressive one handed toe-hold forcing his opponent to tap out.
Sass & bide has grown significantly since it was founded in 1999, by two of Australia's most successful and recognisable fashion designers Sarah-Jane Clarke ('Sass') and Heidi Middleton ('Bide').
While there are several different types of negotiation, Sass said two main branches are integrative and distributive.
Participants must be SASS members registered for the SASS Convention.
Included in the manual are chapters on SASS design, content, and methodology; sample design and implementation; data collection; response rates; data processing; imputation procedures; weighting and variance estimation; reviewing the quality of SASS data; differences between the restricted-use and public-use data files; sampling, created, weighting, and imputation flag variables; and user notes and cautions.
If approved, the proposed SASs would establish standards and provide guidance on the auditor's assessment of the risks of material misstatements in a financial statement audit, on the design and performance of audit procedures whose nature, timing and extent respond to the assessed risks and on planning and supervision, audit evidence and audit risk and materiality.
SASS will relieve Traffic Management Unit (TMU) controllers of manual tasks up to and including calculating landing slots, according to NAV CANADA's Brent Crossfield, manager, Air Traffic Flow Management & Flight Planning Systems Engineering.
System reviews at other than the firm's office (referred to as Interpretation I reviews) are only available to sole practitioners with no professional staff who perform three or fewer engagements (defined as engagements under the SASs, Government Auditing Standards or examinations of prospective financial statements under the SSAEs) that require a system peer review to be performed.
SASS provides active yaw rate feedback to the nose wheel steering system.
Village Sass has also produced Sharp Sass, runner-up to Septieme Ciel in the Group 2 Criterium de Maisons-Laffitte, and US stakes winner Sassy Chimes.
The ASB believes that adoption of the requirements and guidance provided in the proposed SASs would result in a substantial change in audit practice and in more effective audits.
The children have selected new names in an effort to distance themselves from the emotional turmoil of losing their father, while their mother has chosen a regimen of drugs, forcing Sass to manage the household.
TAAC funds helped us pay for software and training on the new CMM, which helped us build momentum in two key areas: providing more accurate information to customers and building a quality system that would satisfy the most demanding customers," said Robert Sass, Blackhawk director of quality.