EVADE


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EVADEEastern Virginia Association of Diabetes Educators (Virginia Beach, VA)
EVADEEvaluation of Air Defense Effectiveness (model)
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The charge alleges they conspired with others to evade duty on the importation, storage and distribution of hand-rolling tobacco and cigarettes.
According to the report, a "low level of implementation" is one of the reasons North Korea is able to evade sanctions.
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He revealed stark levels of corruption at the customs department, explaining that many traders have been manipulating data and numbers or lying about the content of imported packages in order to evade customs fees.
It added that in an effort to help Mahan Air evade sanctions, Pioneer Logistics has shipped aircraft parts to another US-designated Mahan Air front company, UAE-based Avia Trust, for onward delivery to Mahan Air.
The bill aims to forestall criminals from hiding their identities and evade arrest by requiring facial plastic surgery patients to present NBI clearance before undergoing a procedure," the bill read in its explanatory note.
The Second Circuit stated that by finding that the IRS had failed to prove that Beg intended to evade City Wide's.
Conquest Vehicles mandate of 'hand crafted' once again is populated throughout EVADE whereby elements including the vehicle's steering wheel, proprietary hinges, running boards and even the key itself are machined out of solid stainless steel.
Typical first time buyers and people paying low rates of stamp duty can't evade this tax and so why should people buying expensive property be able to evade the tax?
Serbia: Serbian war crimes prosecutor Vladimir Vukcevic vowed Saturday to bring to justice all those who helped Bosnian Serb ex-army chief Ratko Mladic evade capture for 16 years.
Ibrahim bin Abdulaziz Al-Assaf and French Minister of Economy, Finance and Industry Christine Lagarde co-signed a protocol attached to the Saudi-French agreement to evade double taxation on income tax.
The fraud scheme involved a network of companies with the sole purpose of simulating commercial operations of sale and purchase of milk in order to evade the extra levy on milk and milk products that is paid by all EU milk producers exceeding a certain milk quota.