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The Service argued that McKelvey should have recognized (1) short-term capital gain on the extension dates because the extensions resulted in taxable exchanges of the original contracts for the extended contracts under Sec.
Despite the extension dates, many have still not received this card.
The original Pickpocket Hall is over 500 years old and the later extension dates back around 300 years.
It is learnt, a few diplomats has already completed their 60 years of age and have been in service beyond the completion of their mandatory retirement extension dates.
Tom (Liam Vincent, taking over the part from John Kovacevich for most extension dates) is a doctor and humanist so high-minded he's perhaps never had any real fun--a husband by now wholly loathed by a volcanic wife whose reproductive time-clock is ringing off the hook.
Princeton's policy for tenure extension dates back to 1970, when female assistant professors were allowed to request a one-year extension for pregnancy, with a maximum extension of two years.