As many as 839,300 tourists visited Azerbaijan for recreation and entertainment purposes
, 834,400 overseas for business, 49,100 for treatment, 14,700 for religious purposes
, and 674,900 came to visit their relatives and friends.
Perhaps more significantly, when the former shareholders or partners of the domestic entity hold at least 80% of the foreign surrogate corporation, the latter will be treated as a domestic corporation for all Code purposes
, under Sec.
For me, a purpose
of preaching is to keep me spiritually disciplined.
So sexual intercourse was meant by God to be the right of married people only and to be used by them for two purposes
only: to procreate new life, if nature so co-operates--that is sexual intercourse's procreative purpose
, and to build up the love and unity of the spouses--sexual intercourse's unitive purpose
UNIT A BLACKWELL FOUND HER LIFE'S PURPOSE
DURING A PROTEST against disenfranchisement in the segregated South of the 1960s.
Because of the different tax treatment of the stock purchase under the two systems, the stock had a basis of $9,225 for regular tax purposes
and $1,075,289 for the AMT.
(12) In response, some taxpayers suggested adopting the "functional interdependence test" applied for purposes
of section 263A(f) in determining whether and how much interest to capitalize in connection with a capital improvement project.
The directive will encourage the formation of special purpose
vehicles, whose chief characteristic is that they are funded by the issuance of debt.
The following are federal provisions to which California does not conform for personal income, corporate income and franchise tax purposes
Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that the use of eminent domain for economic development constitutes a valid public purpose
and therefore is permissible under the Fifth Amendment to the U.S.
FISA established a requirement of judicial approval before the government engages in at electronic surveillance (as well as physical searches) for foreign intelligence purposes
. The act established the FISA Court, consisting of U.S.
Thus, Hefner argues that evolution stems from the Divine and represents the process through which the Divine brings creatures with free will (humans) into being in order to further divine purposes
. "This interpretation of the conditioning matrix of evolution as the work of God...requires of us a particular view of the natural processes as themselves participants in God's grace and vehicles of that grace," he says (Hefner, 1993, p.45).