that all this is important: to reduce films that are not diagnostic, meaning that they have to be retaken, and also to ensure that a quality image is projected in all that is done for the patient.
Through adoption of an acoustic look-ahead technique that can reduce word-search space, NEC's proprietary speech recognition method realizes
acceleration of the entire interpretation process, dividing it into three steps comprised of recognition processing, reconstruction and maintenance of accuracy.
If T physically settles the contract by delivering 100 shares of X stock to the counterparty for $10,500, he realizes
a $500 gain under the one-step approach ($10,500 realized--$10,000 basis).
Under these circumstances the taxpayer realizes
gain in that year as if he or she had sold, assigned or otherwise terminated the sale at its fair market value on December 31.
He also realizes
, in that initial trip, that the Bible is a "living, breathing entity" in those places today, five thousand years after its first lines were written.
Johnson (Jeff Daniels), realizes
, first, that he is attracted to Betty Parker and, second, that he wants to paint.
Corporate rate tenants or owners who would have to settle for a depressed market value can realize
the full book value of their property, not in cash, but in credits toward purchase of media time, travel, telecommunications or any other major corporate commodity.
Under the temporary regulations, a notice must be filed with the Internal Revenue Service by "any person referred to in section 6012" that realizes
gain in an exchange subject to section 367(b).
This development enables real-time transmission of large volumes of image and voice data from mobile vehicles such as trains and cars, which is expected to realize
the creation of a variety of solutions in the future.
1031 and 752, when an exchange straddles two years, partners could realize
income in the year the partnership relinquishes property subject to debt, even though, in the following year, the entity timely receives replacement property encumbered by debt equal to or greater than the relinquished property's debt.