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AcronymDefinition
DEDDedicated
DEDDepartment of Economic Development
DEDDeductible
DEDDeutscher Entwicklungsdienst (German: German Development Service)
DEDData Element Dictionary
DEDDepartment of Education
DEDDeduct
DEDDisability Equality Duty (UK)
DEDDeath Effector Domain (cell apoptosis)
DEDDigital Element Definition
DEDDisplay Oriented Editor
DEDData Entry Dial
DEDDoublebit Error Detection
DEDDigital Error Detector
DEDDigital Elevation Data
DEDDialog Editor
DEDDecrypt Encrypt Decrypt
DEDData Export Descriptor
DEDDutch Elm Disease
DEDDrug Enforcement Department (various locations)
DEDDog Eat Dog (band)
DEDDeferred Enforced Departure (US DHS)
DEDDistrict Education Department (various locations)
DEDDivision des Etudes Doctorales (French: Doctoral Studies Division)
DEDDistrict Electoral Division
DEDDoctor of Education
DEDDeputy Executive Director
DEDDiesel Engine Driven
DEDDeliverable Expectation Document (various organizations)
DEDDevelopment Engineering Division (various locations)
DEDDark Emitting Diode :-)
DEDDiploma in Education
DEDDépannage Entretien a Domicile (French: Home Maintenance Troubleshooting)
DEDDetail Engineering Design (various organizations)
DEDDouble Error Detection
DEDDesign Engineering Division (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
DEDDragging Equipment Detector (railroad defects)
DEDData Entry Display
DEDDécoupage Emboutissage du Dauphiné (French: Cutting Stamping Dauphine)
DEDDistribution Équipement Dépannage (French: Distribution Equipment Troubleshooting)
DEDData Element Definition
DEDDisability Evaluation Division
DEDDraft Environmental Document
DEDData Element Description
DEDDust Eater Dogs (band)
DEDData Edits
DEDDirective Enforcement Department (gaming; Eve-Online)
DEDDoctor of Economic Development (professional degree; New Mexico State University)
DEDDoomsday Engine Definitions (gaming)
DEDData Extraction Device
DEDDirt Every Day (off road driving)
DEDDocument Effective Date
DEDDemonstration Execution Document (military new equipment/service)
DEDDefense Energy Department
DEDDIS End of Day
DEDDesign Engineering Difficulty
DEDDefect Equipment Detector (railroad)
DEDDamage Engineering Disposition (US Navy)
DEDDynamic Entity Database
DEDDesign Evaluation Database (BMT Defence Services)
DEDDouble-Entry-Draft (writing format)
DEDDisapplications, Exemptions or Derogations (UK)
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Now around 50 per cent of the amount which was deducted in the past would be included in the balance and the customers will receive a top-up of Rs88.9, instead of Rs76.94, on a scratch card of Rs100.
Other counties deducted S00, contrary to our standard amount, which is Sh650," Ms Munderu said.This followed a February 15 directive from CoG asking counties not to remit money to the union.
Khalid Nazir salaries have been deducted of absent sanitary workers.
The workers had protested for two-and-a-half days, but the factory agreed to deduct only one day of their wages and all contract staff that went to vote on July 29, will not have their wages deducted for the two days they were on leave.
Generally, the Palmers deduct the state income tax they pay.
A) Deduct advisory fees from the applicable account
Critique: Exceptionally well written, organized and presented, this fully updated and expanded twelfth edition of "Deduct It!: Lower Your Small Business Taxes" should be considered essential and mandatory for any and all businesses from the newest entrepreneurial venture to established multinational corporation.
You can deduct the mileage, but you cannot deduct the value of your time or services donated to a charity.
Taxpayers who send their special-needs children to "nonspecial" schools may still be able to deduct a portion of the tuition as medical expenses.
IRC section 164(a) (1) allows taxpayers to deduct real property taxes paid or accrued during the taxable year.
Under the tax code, you can deduct the fair market value of any items you donate.
The court also found that a state law that provided for the collection of a crime victims' assessment from the inmate's account was void to the extent that it allowed prison officials to deduct funds derived from the inmate's veteran's disability benefits.