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(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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During Fergie's rendition, there were legitimately multiple breaks in the song, during which there was audible laughter from the entire arena - including Golden State Warrior's Draymond Green, who tried his best to keep a straight face, but couldn't.
The streaming media server makes all the renditions available to the player.
The academics said rendition flights involve the transfer of suspects to locations abroad where they may have been tortured.
The documents accuse Straw of misleading MPs about Britain's role in the rendition of two leading dissidents - Abdel Hakim Belhaj and Sami al-Saadi - and say MI6 must have known they risked being tortured.
The performance has also been interspersed with a spell-binding rendition of 'Lal Meri Pat'.
A confidential diplomatic memo from the American embassy claimed that in private Mr Ahern suspected that rendition flights had re-fuelled on Irish soil.
We don't like renditions and generally think even the most dangerous criminals are entitled to due process, including extradition hearings.
Last night Lorely Burt, Liberal Democrat MP for Solihull, said she was extremely worried about the possibility of BIA being used for 'extraordinary rendition'.
The "extraordinary rendition" program was set up by the administration of then-president George W.
But he said some kinds of renditions of prisoners were "appropriate".
Although the particularities regarding the usage of extraordinary renditions and the legal authority behind such renditions are not publicly available, various U.S.