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AcronymDefinition
REReference
REReal Estate
RERegarding
REReply
REReinforced
RERight End
RERelease Engineering
RERare Earth (chemistry)
REHello Again (D-Dial slang)
REReligious Education
REReturn Exchange
RERenewable Energy
RERe-Examination
REResident Evil (game)
REReunion
RERisk Exposure
RERoyal Engineers (UK)
RERequirements Engineering Conference
RERoyal Exchange
REResearch Engineering
RERoll Eyes
REreinsurance
RERound End
REReverse Engineering
REReunion Island (ISO country code, top level domain)
RERetained Earnings
REReasonable Efforts
RERegular Expression (formal language theory)
RERuntime Environment
REReggio Emilia (Emilia Romagna, Italy)
RERouting Engine (Juniper Networks, Inc.)
RERelative Error
RERhenium
RERural Electrification (various locations)
RERotary Engine
REResident Engineer
RERequirement Engineering
RERecovery Environment (Microsoft)
RERevised Estimate
RERight Engine
REResponsible Entity (various locations)
REReynolds Number (inertia force/viscous force)
RERuntime Engine
RERestriction Endonuclease
REReproductive Endocrinologist
REResource Element
REReportable Event
RERegionalexpreß (German train)
REReliability Enhancement
REReservoir Engineer
REReenlistment Eligibility (code)
RERecursively Enumerable (formal language theory/recursion theory/computability theory)
RERadiated Emissions (standard for defense electronics)
RERadiation Equipment
RERailroad Easement
REReceive Element
REReduction of Error (statistics)
RERefusal of Employment
REResonant Engineering
RERetinol Equivalent
RERenovación Española (Spanish: Spanish Renewal; political movement)
RERadio Éireann (Irish Radio pre-1966)
RERemedial Engineering
RERadio Enclosure
REEmitter Resistance (transistors)
RERelationship Episode
RERadium Emanation
RERadiation Element
RERegistered Electrologist
RErodding eye (mechanical services)
RERecycle Acid
REDirectorate for Readiness
RERoyal Society of Etchers & Engravers
RERDF/Ethernet
REUS Revenue Cordials or Wines (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
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Only 12% of those surveyed said businesses should not be held liable for breaches, while 68% said regulators should hold businesses liable because they have a corporate responsibility to make reasonable efforts to secure customer data, and another 21% said holding businesses responsible will force them to improve their security.
The federal government tied Federal Title IV-E reimbursement to the states through those reasonable efforts findings.
Commissioner Brad Lemhouse took issue with the "reasonable efforts" wording, saying one person's reasonable efforts may not be reasonable to another.
It has to be proven that the landlord did not make reasonable efforts to address the situation.
The amount of adjustments pertaining to transactions (including "qualifying cost contribution arrangements," in which a diligence standard for documentation is directly included) in respect of which a taxpayer "made reasonable efforts to determine arm's length transfer prices or arm's length allocations";(40) and
Reasonable cause can exist only when "(1) the taxpayer has made reasonable efforts to protect the trust funds, but (2) those efforts have been frustrated by circumstances outside the taxpayer's control.
Allow the IRS to withdraw a public notice of tax lien before the tax liability is paid in full and require the IRS to make reasonable efforts to notify major credit agencies and financial institutions if it files erroneous liens.
When we exhaust all reasonable efforts, then we are left with little choice but to send our children off to war.
Gutterman testified that he took reasonable efforts to inspect the Lakeview House himself prior to signing the purchase agreement.
The proposed amendments would also impose documentation requirements and stiff penalties for taxpayers that failed to make reasonable efforts to document their transfer pricing practices.
Moreover, if the taxpayer makes reasonable efforts to determine each year whether the critical assumptions have changed, it should be permitted to rely upon that study in future years to avoid imposition of the penalty.
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