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Convention

A method under the Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System one uses to calculate the depreciation of an asset in the year it is purchased (or first used) and the year of the end of its useful life.
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At the precinct convention, run for a position as a delegate.
This year's state convention is April 13-15 in Houston.
I also argue that the limitations on the convention can be quite
merely for a convention limited to a specific subject matter.
Johnson), which dealt with separate issues relating to the availability of judicially imposed remedies for violations of consular notification requirements under Article 36 of the Vienna Convention.
He argued that the statements were made involuntarily and that the police failed to comply with Article 36 of the Vienna Convention.
Hereafter said the report, "no large, general movement appealing to the denomination shall be launched by any one of these Boards without consultation with the others and the proper submission of the same to the Convention.
For the first several years, the committee did little beyond its immediate administrative tasks, but in 1918, the SBC requested the LMM to spearhead a coordinated stewardship campaign throughout the convention, incorporating the efforts of state conventions, churches, associations, the WMU, and the Baptist Young People's Union.
The WBCA National Convention is one of the most important events in the sport of women's basketball and is held each year in conjunction with the NCAA Women's Final Four
WBCA members that also register for the National Convention are eligible to purchase up to two (2) Women's Final Four tickets
The local arrangements committee for Convention 2006 is sponsoring and invites you to attend a concert featuring singer, songwriter and storyteller Ann "Voice as Rich as Chocolate" Reed.
Be prepared for some exceptional entertainment at the Convention banquet on Monday evening.