For a number

For a number

Used in the context of general equities. Implies that the quantity mentioned is not his total but instead is only approximate, and to open him up more will obligate one to participate.
References in classic literature ?
Hence they derive their appellation of Freemen, to distinguish them from the trappers who are bound for a number of years, and receive wages, or hunt on shares.
For a number of years, X has claimed substantial losses attributable to S corporation A on his individual Federal income tax return.
In a classic example of medicine harnessing therapeutic powers of a poison, researchers have turned a potent toxin that causes botulism into a successful treatment for a number of neuromuscular diseases and anticipate unleashing it against several more.
Tandus Technologies, our research and development group, has been evaluating alternative backing polymers for a number of years," said Mac Bridger, CEO of Tandus.
Therefore, for a number of qualifying taxpayers, certain activities changed (or will change) from passive to active.
Just because other competent professionals have taken a tax position for a number of years does not mean that such positions are correct.