Moreover, the definition of the species and that of the genus are applicable
to the primary substance, and that of the genus to the species.
A definition is not sound if it only applies in cases where the difference is glaring: the essential purpose of a definition is to provide a mark which is applicable even in marginal cases--except, of course, when we are dealing with a conception, like, e.
I conclude therefore that the test of liveliness, however applicable in ordinary instances, cannot be used to define the differences between sensations and images.
Those who chose to report on individual measures must report on 80% of applicable
cases for a minimum of three measures.
Potentially resolving a long-standing dispute about whether "substantially beyond the end of the taxable year" is synonymous with an asset's having a useful life of more than 12 months, (8) the proposed regulations adopt a 12-month rule applicable
to the costs of acquiring many types of tangible personal property.
35(c)(2) states, "the opinion must relate the applicable
law (including potentially applicable
judicial doctrines) to the relevant facts.
I next define these six statuses and indicate concepts from existing career development theories that are applicable
to each status.
Bank and its parent companies have committed to make available to the Board such information on the operations of Bank and any of its affiliates that the Board deems necessary to determine and enforce compliance with the IBA, the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, as amended, and other applicable
They also must define the goals and objectives so that they are consistent with the portfolio's resources and the constraints of applicable
documents and statues.
In 5:21-23, Jesus binds the law prohibiting murder as applicable
to anger and insults, and in 5:27-28 he similarly binds the law prohibiting adultery as applicable
The AICPA's new Consulting Services Special Report (CSSR) 03-01, Litigation Services and Applicable
Professional Standards (No.
For plans other than SIMPLE plans under sections 401(k)(11) or 408(p), the applicable
dollar amount is $1,000 for 2002, $2,000 for 2003, $3,000 for 2004, $4,000 for 2005 and $5,000 for 2006 and thereafter.