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Write-Back

An increase in the value of an asset after a previously made write down, which is a record of a decrease in value. A write-back may have capital gains tax implications, as higher value generally translates to higher taxes.
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Uesbek has given Korotkikh his new address to write to and promised to write back when he receives his letter.
Where is the imperial force of which the writing center constitutes the empire that would write back? Most immediately, in many cases, it is the English department.
Students write back to teachers; tutors write back to curriculum; scholars write back to institutions; composition courses built on critical pedagogy write back to hegemonic society; and so on.
The most salient reliability problem in the ATA RAID arena is the nearly universal use of write back caching in all ATA implementations, even those driven by hardware RAID solutions.
"Some are poor readers, and they go over the letters slowly until they understand." When they write back, "their sentences are longer, they're more selective about adjectives.
Among those who didn't write back were five Ministers, including Scottish Office Minister Henry McLeish and Defence Secretary George Robertson.
He's so desperate for publicity that he's bound to say yes, and when he does I can write back explaining that I'm the owner of an Eight Till Late store, and that I would like him to open it for me - every morning for a fortnight while I go on holiday.
"When I sent the letter I felt sure he'd write back and in the end I was right he did.
On each bag, we include the student's name and school address with a request that the grocery customer receiving the bag write back to the student.
Ryan, from Stockport, Greater Manchester who went on holiday to New York last year, said: "I'm pleased Mr Bush took the time to write back to me."
I intend to write back to everyone who has been in touch, although it may take me six months."