If we compare the anticipation
of EU, EBRD, IMF and WB, the highest growth rates are anticipated in Macedonia, Montenegro and Kosovo.
Most studies of physiological measures of precognitive anticipation
have been exploratory, and the time has come to apply methods for convincing confirmatory research.
The topic is quite comprehensive and is out of scope of a single article to describe all the 8 levels of my 8-factor anticipation
The IRS filed a petition in district court to enforce the summons as it related to the two opinion letters, arguing that the documents were not created in anticipation
of litigation, so the work-product privilege did not apply.
Yum objected to the magistrate's findings and provided the court with additional affidavits to support its position that the documents were prepared in anticipation
Le present article tente de repondre a deux questions : le choix des electeurs qui votent par anticipation
est-il representatif de celui de l'ensemble de l'electorat canadien au moment oo il est exprime?
It will thus reap the benefits of a partial sale, stabilize the asset's financial position in anticipation
of the benefits associated with the next financial cycle and maintain control of the property (as well as the ability and incentive to increase value and economic upside).
of the new life and yet fear of the pain increases.
In a letter to Congress, the AICPA showed support for the concept of regulating all tax return preparers and refund anticipation
loan providers, but also raised some public policy and drafting concerns about the registration proposal which passed the Senate in May.
In the Brookings Institution's 2002 study, researchers wrote that tax preparers who offer rapid anticipation
loans "can significantly diminish the economic benefits of the EITC--both for low-income families and the communities in which they live.
The lawsuit alleged that Block engaged in a "clear and serious violation of duty" by not informing clients of kickback fees it received from its lender, Household Finance, with regard to refund anticipation
loans sold by Block.
Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary(1998) defined anticipation
as "the visualization of a future event or state" (p.