Every time a perpetuity
is assumed, even if it is not constant but growing, decreasing or of any other type, there is a presumption of stability as stated in this way (even though free-cash flows might vary over time).
The school board's vote came even though the committee formed to oversee the use of the gymnasium, fitness and weight rooms recommended that fees for residents and town-based nonprofit groups be waived in perpetuity
The proposal was for content to be copied directly to disk, stored in perpetuity
and retrievable via a Web page hosted on the MCS.
If the property is encumbered, no deduction is allowed unless the mortgagee agrees to subordinate his or her rights in the property to the right of the donee to enforce the conservation purposes in perpetuity
Moreover, as with criminal trials, the American People shall receive in perpetuity
10 percent of all royalties derived from any subsequent movies, books, and paid interviews - before taxes.
Income from an exempt perpetuity
already held by the insurance company is truly exempt from taxes, but income from a newly purchased exempt perpetuity
is taxed at a relatively low insurer-specific rate, ||Tau~.
Model estimates were generated with the security perpetuity
pricing model, Merton's OPT-derived pricing model, and a numerically solved OPT-derived pricing model.
Tenders are invited for Acquire the historic Robert Fulton Birthplace from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and maintaining it in perpetuity
as a historic site.
Kellner served, said last week that it will establish an endowment that will grant a wish in perpetuity
in her name through the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Metro New York in Lake Success.
It's tempting to plan for eternity in saving land; I think it was Woody Allen who said perpetuity
is a really long time.
While punk, with its faddishness, successfully shredded an enduring concept (for a half century's battering had not managed to destroy England's imperial self-image), Versace lets transience and perpetuity