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rendition

(1) A report generally required of businesses, listing their personal property subject to property taxes. The system relies on honest and accurate reporting, because personal property is not as easily discovered and valued as real property. Cheats may be discovered through the services of tax ferrets. (2) Another name for a rendering.

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With that in mind, here is a list of some of the worst renditions ever.
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We revealed last week that a two-year probe into the so-called rendition flights has failed to unearth evidence that terror suspects were on planes which landed in Scotland.
How did the Irish government check that rendition flights coming in and out of Shannon were not carrying rendition prisoners?
Their database has tracked over 11,000 flights by more than 120 aircraft linked to renditions.
British legal aid group Reprieve said in a statement that Saadi s case is "one of few known examples of the rendition of an entire family, including young children, to a country where British intelligence must have known they would face torture".
UK ministers have denied any complicity in rendition or torture and Mr Straw did not comment further, saying he could not do so because of the ongoing police investigation into the UK's alleged role in illegal rendition.
Lawyers claim evidence of the UK's role in the couple's rendition is detailed in documents held by the Libyan security services, which came to light after the fall of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's regime.
Executive director Colm O'Gorman said: "So-called rendition operations are nothing more than kidnapping and torture.
Having spoken to a number of people who were subjected to rendition and secret detention, Amnesty argues that EU member states were knowingly involved, notably by facilitating the transport of suspects, in a report released on 15 November entitled Open secret: Mounting evidence of Europe's complicity in rendition and secret detention'.
The failure of the European Union to hold to account member states accused of collusion with US rendition programmes is risking turning the continent into an "accountability-free zone", Amnesty International has warned.