This force, which is the result of the weight of a column of water pushing down, is so strong in the bathypelagic zone
that it would crush anything with air in it.
In a designated enterprise zone
, a business gets more than $31,000 in tax credits per qualified employee hired, sales tax credits on machinery purchases of $20 million annually and preferences on state contracts.
The act establishes a bonus 50% first-year depreciation allowance under IRC section 167(a) for qualified Gulf Opportunity Zone
property, which includes property described in IRC section 168(k)(2)(A)(i), nonresidential real property and residential rental property located in the zone
that the taxpayer acquired and substantially used in the trade or business on or after August 28, 2005.
Many GO Zone
Act tax incentives resemble those enacted after the September 11 terrorist acts.
Screens both on and off the ball and the use of seals are important against a zone
The good news is that the GulFs dead zone
disappears each winter, observes Fred Wulff of the University of Stockholm.
shows actual and set temperatures, deviation, and power output.
There's little reason to expect that the Texas politicians who created the state's drug-free zone
laws would have much sympathy for Young, given that the crime he was convicted of corresponds perfectly with the law they wrote.
As the first vendor to offer zoning as a standard feature in a switch product, Vixel has attempted to simplify zone
creation and administration.
Among the tax incentives for corporations are annual tax credits of up to $3,000 for each empowerment zone
Prior to the implementation of the zone
concept, SEPTA's uniformed officers reported to a central headquarters and patrolled different parts of the transit system each day.
Convenience and portability of the wipes will allow pet owners to constantly reinforce positive pet behavior by applying clinically-proven Comfort Zone
to a pet's surroundings, including crates and carriers, at a moment's notice.