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NRA (Non-Resident Alien) Tax

The tax which must be withheld by the corporation or its disbursing agent (usually 15% or 30%, depending on the hold's citizenship).
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Make America Number 1 Super PAC aired 4 spots against Clinton and the National Rifle Association's Political Victory Fund added 2 spots against Hillary Clinton.
The United States National Rifle Association has reportedly launched an iPad and iPhone shooting game, just weeks after the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.
But the National Rifle Association is strongly resisting those efforts, arguing instead that schools should have armed guards for protection.
The statement reads, "The National Rifle Association of America is made up of four million moms and dads, sons and daughters - and we were shocked, saddened and heartbroken by the news of the horrific and senseless murders in Newtown.
A day after it came to light that the National Rifle Association of India was not keen on hosting the World Cup in March 2010, the sports ministry came out with a blueprint.
He was also a lifetime member of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Disabled American Veterans, National Rifle Association of America, State Rifle and Pistol Association of Massachusetts.
The City of San Francisco reimbursed the National Rifle Association (NRA) $380.000 for legal fees it incurred to successfully strike down Proposition H.
As a former member of the National Rifle Association, I understand the fascination with guns, but mine was toward hunting arms, specifically rifles and shotguns, as were most people I know.
DIED Charlton Heston, 84, prolific actor and the face of the National Rifle Association, in his Beverly Hills home, April 5.
Paul Helmke, president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, last week called on the National Rifle Association (NRA) to join a dialogue to make communities safer.
The all-powerful National Rifle Association will predictably oppose any legislative attempt to amend the constitution while the death toll on America's streets and college campuses continues to mount.
Indeed, as Fine notes, the archtypical proletarian heroes of the New Deal-Popular Front era--white male factory workers--and their children were depicted in both popular and scholarly discourses as part of "George Wallace's popularity in the North in 1968, the Reagan Democrats of the 1980s, the Ross Perot phenomenon of 1992, the so-called 'angry-white-man' congressional election of 1994, and the importance of working-class members of the National Rifle Association during the 2000 presidential election." (9).
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