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SOLSadly Outta Luck (polite form)
SOLSolution
SOLSoluble (chemistry)
SOLSource of Light (Miami, Florida rock band)
SOLSigns of Life (Steven Curtis Chapman album)
SOLStart of Life
SOLSolenoid
SOLStaff of Light (gaming)
SOLStatue of Liberty (New York City)
SOLSpeed of Light
SOLSigns of Love
SOLSafety-of-Life (various organizations)
SOLStandard of Living
SOLSooner Or Later
SOLStandards Of Learning
SOLSolicitation
SOLSecretary of Labor
SOLStandards of Law
SOLSeasons of Love (movie)
SOLSanctity of Life
SOLSons of Liberty
SOLStatute of Limitations
SOLSolola (Guatemala territorial division)
SOLSolana Beach (Amtrak station code; Solana Beach, CA)
SOLSoleus (muscle)
SOLSchool of Leadership (various locations)
SOLSuperOnline (ISP)
SOLState Owned Land (various locations)
SOLSolomon Airlines (ICAO code)
SOLStandards Of Leadership
SOLOffice of the Solicitor (US Department of Labor)
SOLShadows of Luclin (Everquest expansion)
SOLSummer of Love
SOLStatement of Liability
SOLShout Out Loud (internet chat)
SOLStatute of Limitations (legal term)
SOLSerial Over LAN (Local Area Network; computer science)
SOLScrape-Off Layer (plasma)
SOLSatellite Of Love
SOLSticker on Label (records)
SOL[not an acronym] (Mars solar day)
SOLScandinavia Online
SOLSociety for Organizational Learning
SOLSex Out Loud (sexual health resource)
SOLScotland Online
SOLSpace-Occupying Lesion (medical)
SOLSkilled Occupation List (Australia)
SOLSimply Out of Luck (polite form)
SOLSerial on Line
SOLStandard Object Layer
SOLSmall Out Line
SOLSdl Object Layer
SOLSpatial Object Library
SOLShared Object Layer
SOLSerial over Lan
SOLShort-Open-Load (microwave calibration method)
SOLSound of Life
SOLShipowner's Liability
SOLSpontaneous Onset of Labor
SOLScottish Omnibuses Ltd.
SOLSymphony of Light (Online Gaming Community)
SOLSuda on Line
SOLSorry One Liner
SOLStandard Operating Level (electronics)
SOLSupported Open Learning (UK)
SOLShort on Luck
SOLServer Optimized Linux (software)
SOLSimulation Oriented Language
SOLService d'Ordre Legionnaire (French force in WWII)
SOLStruck Out Looking (baseball)
SOLScreaming out Loud
SOLService Opportunities in Leadership
SOLScenario Overlay (gaming, Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter PS2)
SOLShoot-Out Loss
SOLSystem Off Line
SOLSystem Operating Limit (North American Electric Reliability Council)
SOLSolutions in Organisations Linkup
SOLSeal of Light (gaming, world of warcraft)
SOLSmall Out-Line Integrated Circuit
SOLSemantic Operating Language
SOLSurvive Outdoors Longer (Adventure Medical Survival Pak)
SOLSafe Operating Limit
SOLSmile Out Loud
SOLStuff Outta Luck (polite form)
SOLSorta Outta Luck
SOLSpecial Olympics Louisiana
SOLShort On Landing
SOLSobbing Out Loud
SOLSockolet (pipe fitting)
SOLSamurai of Legend
SOLSomewhat Out of Luck
SOLStatic on Line
SOLSwear Out Loud
SOLSubculture of Live (fan club for the band Live)
SOLSaudi On Line
SOLStoked on Life Productions
SOLSistema de Operaciones en Linea (Peru)
SOLSequence Order List
SOLSynchronous On-Line (curriculum)
SOLSighthounds on the Lam
SOLStricken Off Leave (legal)
SOLSoftware Object Library
SOLSecond-Order Closed Loop
SOLShazzam - Outta Luck (Gomer Pyle polite form)
SOLSoul of Lineage (game)
SOLSeafarer's Open Learning System
SOLSpirit of Liberation Foundation
SOLStricken on Leave
SOLStoppages of Off & Leave
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In general, taxing jurisdictions may issue assessments for periods otherwise barred by the standard statute of limitation if the taxpayer owes additional tax because of the Internal Revenue Service's examination of the taxpayers federal tax return or the taxpayer's amendment of its federal tax return.
A man in Indiana admitted raping another of the victims, Jenny Wendt Ewing, in 2005, but was freed because that state's statute of limitations had passed.
Worden, (22) Division 1 took a narrow, literalist approach, holding that the PRA's statute of limitations did not apply to cases where the agency had provided all documents in a single installment.
Prosecutors took into account legislative changes that extend the statute of limitations for certain crimes, but found no way that Cosby could be legally prosecuted.
Some debt collectors collect on debts for which the statute of limitations has already expired, the department asserted.
For example, is the "applicable statute of limitations" for a breach of a representation and warranty covering environmental matters the statute of limitations for a breach of contract or the statute of limitations relating to the failure to obtain appropriate environmental permitting, the violation of a federal environmental law, or the violation of a state environmental law?
Of course, no state statute of limitations exists in the seven states that do not have a state income tax (Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming).
The letter said that FEMA has "reportedly maintained" that the extension of the proof of loss deadline did not affect the statute of limitations.
Congress amended Section 546(a) in 1994 to extend the statute of limitations to commence such actions for an additional year running from the date of the appointment or election of certain trustees, if such appointment or election occurs within two years of the order for relief.
Before courts reached the consensus that RICO was governed by the catchall five-year period, courts held that, where the racketeering activity under [section] 1961(1)(a) must be "chargeable under [s]tate law," the state statute of limitations should apply.
In Turkey, the statute of limitations is 30 years for crimes necessitating an aggravated life sentence, 25 years for crimes calling for a life sentence, 20 years for crimes requiring a 20-year prison sentence, 15 years for crimes warranting a sentence of up to 15 years and five years for crimes entailing eight years.
Opposition politician Antonio di Pietro said: "Once again, the statute of limitations has saved Berlusconi from his responsibility.