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sec

slang A shortening of "second," referring to the unit of time. Just a sec, I'm almost finished. The audio clip is just a couple secs long, but the senator's admission of guilt is clearly audible.

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If a given year's contribution exceeds the deductible amount for that year, the excess can be carried over to and deducted in the following year, to the extent that the limits for that year are not exceeded, according to Sec. 419(d).
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Under Sec. 6231 (a) (2) (B), the parent would be treated as a partner for TEFRA partnership procedures purposes.
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