* the amount of its contributions allocable exclusively
to foreign-source gross income; and
It was exclusively
cheapest for the own-label finger rolls and quiche lorraine.
In 2001 the World Health Organisation (WHO) made its global recommendation that infants should be exclusively
breast fed for the first six months.
The parties dispute whether there was a qualified real property interest and whether the contribution is exclusively
for conservation purposes.
For example, among infants younger than four months of age, 60% of those born in BFHI-certified hospitals were exclusively
breast-fed, compared with 51% of those born in hospitals being evaluated for certification and 49% of those born in non-baby-friendly hospitals.
Working with DNA from dolphins in Shark Bay--1 male sponger, 12 female spongers, and 172 nonspongers--the researchers found that all but 1 of the spongers shared markers in the DNA of their mitochondria, cellular organelles inherited exclusively
I was also troubled to see women's oral culture equated exclusively
with nursery lore, while Fox's evidence on the oral tradition of the historical imagination includes significant numbers of women keepers of communal memory.
When Americans United learned of the grant and its exclusively
religious terms, action was swift.
Soliman used a room in his home two to three hours a day exclusively
and on a regular basis for bookkeeping, correspondence, reading medical journals and contacting patients, other doctors and insurance companies.
* Make referrals exclusively
to selected specialists and ancillary providers who have been historically chosen on the basis of cost/price performance.
TEI submits that ample justification exists for broadening the proposed regulations to provide that certain charitable contributions, especially those for international disaster relief and other humanitarian efforts, will be allocated exclusively
to U.S.-source gross income.