Can you imagine how they feel when they see Government ministers praising them for all they did during WW2 and at the same time refusing to compensate
162-21(b)(2), because this amount will be used to compensate
victims for their damages.
A computer transforms these measurements into a prescription for adjusting the pistons so that the mirror precisely compensates
for the eye's imperfections.
In the August Nature Medicine, Smith reported that monkeys' eyes, too, employ a feedback mechanism to compensate
for refractive lenses.
For example, a contract that compensates
a physician on the basis of a percentage of revenue must be limited to a two-year term, and existing contracts that contain automatic renewal provisions may violate the five-year contract term limitation.
whether there was a sufficiently broad range of damages (especially for intangible harms) to compensate
Approximately 86 percent of the hospitals do not compensate
the chief of staff-elect.
The special bonus payments were not technically subject to a preexisting contractual obligation, but were calculated in an amount necessary to compensate
the taxpayer's management investors for the difference between the current price and exercise price of the options that would not survive the merger.
In the late 1980s, the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC) agreed to compensate
buyers of troubled thrifts for the difference between the book value and the ultimate sales proceeds of so-called covered assets acquired in the transactions.
IRC section 401(a)(4) rules prohibiting qualified plans from providing highly compensate
individuals with benefits or contributions greater than those provided to employees who are not highly compensated.