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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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Abate works with the received idea that Hinton's novel revolutionized children's literature and complicates it in two ways: first, by showing that its innovation in children's literature is achieved through a conventionality borrowed from post-war paperbacks about juvenile delinquency, and second, by showing that its "highbrow" claims to literary realism derive from more popular, sensational elements of the "pulp aesthetic" (150).
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).
A captura de frangos de corte e uma etapa que acontece anteriormente ao transporte, periodo em que os frangos, quando atingem o peso de abate, sao capturados por funcionarios, colocados em gaiolas e so entao conduzidos ate o abatedouro (RIBEIRO, 2008).
Portanto, no modelo da analise de variancia foram usados os efeitos fixos de peso, fontes de carboidratos, porcoes do intestino delgado, epocas de abate e suas respectivas interacoes; e o efeito aleatorio de blocos.
A good agent could have warned Abate about precedents in the agenting business.
By contrast, going back to the 1971 founding of the American Brotherhood Against Totalitarian Enactments (ABATE) by the staff of Easyriders magazine, motorcyclists have been willing to invest the time, effort, and money required to fight helmet laws.
Many states have established fees and programs to manage scrap tire generation and to abate stockpiles within their borders.
With the return of economic advancement for the majority of Americans in the mid-1990s, many of these deplorable tendencies began to abate. In the 2000 and 2004 presidential campaigns, for example, neither anti-immigrant rhetoric nor resistance to affirmative action played anything like the role seen in the elections in 1996 and especially 1992.
Language is defined as "the method of human communication, either spoken or written, consisting of the use of words in an agreed way; a professional or specialized vocabulary" (Abate, 1998, p.
While inquiries are being made, a notice will be affixed to the vehicle and, if the responsible person cannot be found within an hour, the council can authorise works to abate the nuisance.
Toby Osborne explores this subject by studying the career of a single diplomat, the abate Alessandro Scaglia, who shared his masters' inclination to explore several contradictory avenues simultaneously.
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.