Information gathered indicated that XYZ
, for instance, made moves to renew its license, at least, two times.
Here, Carl's $180 income from selling the call would be 1.8% of his $10,000 investment in XYZ
. He'd also collect the quarterly dividend, which might be, say, 0.5%, if XYZ
pays a 2% annualized dividend.
Since [x.sub.r][y.sub.s][z.sub.t] [member of] [square root of [mu]], we get r [conjunction] s [conjunction] t = [x.sub.r][y.sub.s][z.sub.t] (xyz
) [less than or equal to] [square root of [mu]](xyz
: (In a slow syrupy southern drawl) "I'm fixin' to do some visualization once I get over the mountain ridge." Atlanta Center: "XYZ
, maybe it's my radio, but I did not understand you.
also sent two explicit videos to JPH's ex-partner and posted a number of still sex images on a website.
From March 1, 2007, to February 29, 2008 (i.e., the preceding four quarterly sales tax periods), XYZ
has gross receipts from sales of its merchandise based on these agreements with the New York State ski clubs totaling $78,390.
creates five single-member LLC subsidiaries and contributes one rig to each of them.
Figure 9 Cash on hand XYZ
1,234 Bank 1 XYZ
234,789 Bank 2 XYZ
53,456 1 Savings account XYZ
11,456 CD XYZ
432,000 Money Market XYZ
5,533,000 Payroll account XYZ
performs new straightening technique from Japan
For example, ABC Company may have a line of business that manufactures telephones and buys electronic components for the telephones from XYZ