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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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All are "known or highly likely" to have been part of rendition circuits.
Their database has tracked over 11,000 flights by more than 120 aircraft linked to renditions.
This includes being able to show how the US and its allies went to extraordinary lengths to try and conceal the global rendition system as knowledge of it began to emerge.
Lawyer Jonathan Man said the Hong Kong government had been served a "pre-action letter" seeking full disclosure of information related to Saadi s arrest and rendition.
Last Sunday, the UK weekly, Sunday Times published an article that quoted sources as alleging Mr Straw had personally authorised Mr Belhadj's rendition to Libya.
Executive director Colm O'Gorman said: "So-called rendition operations are nothing more than kidnapping and torture.
In a report released on Monday, the group said the European Union has a legal responsibility to ensure that governments are held accountable for any involvement in illegal activities relating to the rendition programme.
Rendition flights are a very serious matter and I want to be sure there is no possibility of these flights coming into Birmingham or any other UK airport.
Tory Andrew Tyrie, chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Extraordinary Rendition, demanded action from ministers.
Extraordinary rendition is secretly transporting terror suspects to places
The 31-year-old's lawyers are demanding to know the full details of Britain's role in the rendition process.
Asked about the legal implications of Hutton's apology, a spokesman for the Ministry of Defense said there was nothing illegal about Britain's involvement in the rendition process.