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Fair

In numismatics, describing a well-worn coin on which the date may be visible only with some difficulty. These coins generally are less valuable for collectors.
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SOME COMPANIES DON'T HAVE STAFF WHO CAN accurately estimate the fair value of their assets.
The job fair is also an excellent opportunity for private sector employers to learn about the placement services of public sector programs that promote the employment of specific groups such as older workers and people with disabilities (Glickstein & Ramer, 1988).
The All Aboard Job Fair originated with a pilot study conducted by the University of Arkansas Rehabilitation Department as part of the Senior Power Job Fair hosted by Days Inn of America.
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FAS 155 permits fair value re-measurement for any hybrid financial instrument that contains an embedded derivative that otherwise would require bifurcation.
That is, it is the difference between the fair value of the acquired company (the amount paid for the company) and the amounts assigned to the acquired company's assets and liabilities during the purchase price allocation process.
As chairman of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), I was asked to focus my testimony on current efforts to enforce fair lending laws and the steps being taken by member agencies to strengthen them.
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