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Applicant

A person who has made a formal request. For example, a person who has asked for a loan from the bank, but has not yet been approved, is said to be an applicant for that loan.
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Section 355(e)(3)(A)(iv) provides that section 355(e) does not apply to the "acquisition of stock in a corporation if shareholders owning directly or indirectly stock possessing" more than 50 percent of the vote and value in either "the distributing or any controlled corporation before such acquisition own directly or indirectly stock possessing such vote and value in such distributing or controlled corporation after such acquisition.
Plating Resources has over 100 customers that use or apply the sealant.
The taxpayer elected to apply the overpayment to its 1987 tax liability, but did not specify to which installment the overpayment was being applied.
At Applied Materials, we apply Nanomanufacturing Technology to improve the way people live.
Pre apply, application materials due months before audition.
Tuition: $500 Apply by: May 31 Contact: Karen McShane-Hellenbrand, Director, University of Wisconsin-Madison Dance Program, 10 University Ave.
INMEGEN, part of Mexico's National Institutes of Health, was formally established in July 2004 to apply knowledge gained from the human genome project to improve healthcare in Mexico by investing in research, training, and public education.
Apply 1 month before arrival amount; application fee is 1/2 total.
Apply by: June 1, Contact: Bill Evans, BESID, PO Box 2815, Corrales, NM 87048; (505) 898-1531.
Applied Materials stockholders should be aware that many of the SEC's tender offer rules do not apply to mini-tender offers, which are offers to buy less than 5 percent of a company's stock.
Apply by: May 15 (June seminar), July 15 (August seminar).
We are eager to explore how we might apply the unique security features of this DNA-based technology across our products lines," said Jeff Luehring, director of research and development for Appleton's security products business.