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Ordinary

Common and accepted in the general industry or type of activity in which the taxpayer is engaged. It is one of the tests for the deductibility of expenses incurred or paid in connection with a trade or business; for the production of income; for the management, conservation, or maintenance of property held for the production of income; or in connection with the determination, collection, or refund of any tax.
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Conventional versions of these Apps would ordinarily take up a lot of smartphone resources (RAM, Internal Storage and CPU), making a low spec device very laggy and barely usable.
For another, the patient must show that the injury he sustained ordinarily would not have occurred in the absence of negligence.
If the actual tax benefit is higher, then the difference is ordinarily recorded as additional paid-in capital.
If the person for whom the services are performed generally pays the worker's business and travel expenses, he or she is ordinarily an employee.
The reservist captain, who ordinarily faces college students as an American history professor at the University of Southern Alabama, explained to the soldiers how the vehicles were to be driven down the road to the staging area.
The court noted that "ordinarily, the Commissioner of the DOC would not be the appropriate defendant in a case involving the inmate's claim alleging denial of medical care.
* Use Installment Sale To Defer Gain On Sales: Ordinarily, the entire profit from a sale is taxable in the year of sale.
While rejecting the claim that the school was promoting homosexuality, and agreeing that there are circumstances when a school can prohibit student expression ordinarily protected by the U.S.
Ordinarily, a crystal with a cubic structure such as calcium fluoride does not exhibit birefringence in stress-free material because of its high symmetry.
The black-clad choristers approach their task with the intensity and respect they ordinarily give to "high art" religious scores; the Casting kids, meanwhile, are stumped into giggling embarrassment by the nobility of the heroic humanism in Bergman's monologue.
Ordinarily in such battles, the company that offers institutional shareholders the best prospects is the winner.
"Even Syria and Libya, countries we ordinarily don't have much to do with, are agreeing with us in not including language that has to do with abortion."