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Abatement

A decrease in the amount one owes in taxes. Abatement may come from a tax cut, a rebate, or a reduction in penalties or interest one owes on previous taxes.

abatement

A reduction or decrease.Local governments sometimes offer tax abatements to new businesses in order to attract them to the area.Commercial leases usually have clauses denying rent abatement if the leased property is partially destroyed and then rebuilt and made usable again.
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For Abate, Monster draws on some of the contemporary stylistic devices that mark these modern narratives (such as sensational mood, explicit description, reconstruction of the crime, and the presentation of evidence), but its "more historically grounded" (202), didactic purpose derives from the seventeenth-century practice of examining the escalation of bad choices or minor infractions into the perpetration of major crimes.
No abate Kosher, nao existe escaldagem (tanque de escaldagem a 58[grados]C), embora seja comum na literatura encontrar uma etapa de escaldagem fria, substituindo o processo em agua quente que normalmente ocorre nos abates de frango (9).
O tempo de espera nao deve ser superior a duas horas, porem, nem sempre as integradoras conseguem cumprir esse tempo, devido ao excesso de caminhoes na espera para o abate e, em decorrencia de quebras nos equipamentos do frigorifico.
Verificou-se interacao (p < 0,05) carboidrato x classes de peso e porcao do intestino delgado x epocas de abate na profundidade das criptas do duodeno e do jejuno dos leitoes (Tabela 5).
And no one needs this sort of advice more than Richard Abate.
If it's really hot, I absolutely don't wear one," says ABATE of Florida's Reichenbach.
For just this reason, concern that the robust expansion many developing countries have enjoyed for some years may abate is likewise not a matter of economics alone.
It was the abate Scaglia's task to convince European monarchs and their ministers to make war or peace in a manner which would benefit his masters' own ambitions.
The storm is expected to abate Tuesday night, with a smaller chance of rain Wednesday.
The court held that the corrections officers were not entitled to qualified immunity because they had a clearly established affirmative duty under the Eight Amendment at the time of the prisoner's suicide, to take reasonable measures to abate a known risk that the prisoner was suicidal.
Generally, pursuant to voluntary disclosure, states will abate penalties for not filing returns and not paying taxes.
According to Sarasota attorney Tony Abate, 65,000 lawyers are members of The Florida Bar Association.