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EXISTExisting
EXISTEnergetic X-Ray Imaging Survey Telescope
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Another Proof: He said: If the form does not exist except as hule and hule does not exist except by taking some sort of form, and neither can exist without the other, how did form come into existence without matter (maddah) and vice versa?
Hamiltonian paths and cycles also exist for tetrahedral grids under similar conditions.
Teaching these conventions and the idealism that there still exists the potential of undiscovered knowledge is an essential part of undergraduate and graduate education.
Section 355(e)(2)(B) states that a plan is presumed to exist where one or more persons acquire a 50-percent or greater interest in the distributing corporation or any controlled corporations within the four-year period beginning two years before the date of the spin-off.
It is true that romance and poetry are important, but that does not mean that Santa Claus must exist to ensure their survival.
For existing long term care facilities the ADA states that discrimination will exist, "if the building owner fails to remove, architectural barrier and communication barriers that are structural in nature where such removal is readily achievable (easily accomplishable and able to be carried out with out much difficulty or expense).
Time is divisible, while limits and finitude fall under correlations, and we have said that when one of them exist potentially, the other does so as well and when we find one of them in actuality, we also find the other in actuality, so if we draw from these premises, a logical conclusion, we will say: If time has a beginning in existence, its beginning is a period (An) and this [beginning] will either come into existence simultaneously with time--and in this case time would have a correlation with the period--or the period would have come into existence before time, so that the period will exist [both] in actuality and potentially.
If deferred tax assets can be fully realized from these sources, there is no need to evaluate the likelihood other taxable income sources exist to support the conclusion a valuation allowance is not needed.
Since associates and an objective to carry on business and divide the gains therefrom are generally common to both corporations and partnerships, the determination of whether an organization that has these characteristics is to be treated for tax purposes as a partnership or as a corporation depends on whether there exist centralization of management, continuity of life, free transferability of interests and limited liability.