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rendition

(1) A report generally required of businesses, listing their personal property subject to property taxes. The system relies on honest and accurate reporting, because personal property is not as easily discovered and valued as real property. Cheats may be discovered through the services of tax ferrets. (2) Another name for a rendering.

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The researchers subsequently found "conclusive" proof that five CIA planes linked to rendition had landed at both Inverness and Wick, with a further three at Aberdeen International Airport.
"Up till now, no victim of the CIA's rendition and torture program has received compensation -- the probability that there will ever be compensation payments is very small," said Maja Liebing, rendition expert at Amnesty International Germany.
Reacting to the children's flawless rendition of the patriotic songs, some of the Indian Coast Guard sailors visiting Doha on the vessel ICGS Sankalp said they felt very much at home even though they were several thousand miles away from India.
When a player has this information, it begins playing the best rendition it can based on the currently available bandwidth and, in some instances, the screen resolution.
Although the Senate report does not name any countries or airports involved in rendition flights and refuelling stops, it was interesting to see the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs deny that Shannon airport was implicated in this transportation regime.
He was joined by St Cuthbert's Care's chief executive, Moira Ashman, in belting out a raucous rendition of the Christmas classic for the disabled children at the party.
The Rendition Project, compiled by British academic researchers who tracked aircrafts linked to CIA missions, and Reprieve, a human rights legal charity, identified 11 planes landing at Irish airports between 2002 and 2004 that may have been on their way to, or on their way back from, known renditions of CIA detainees, Irish Times reported.
The New York-based Open Society Foundation said in a previous report "responsibility for this damage does not lie solely with the United States, but also with the numerous foreign governments without whose participation secret detention and extraordinary rendition operations could not have been carried out".
Then, with an abrupt "Thank you very much" from the guitarist, the acoustic instruments were swept aside and the full artillery revealed, as Bonamassa and band launched into a pounding rendition of Dust Bowl.
The record opens with Peaches' anthem of sexual nihilism F*&^ the Pain Away, only to be followed by a brooding rendition of The Cure's 1980 song Secrets, a lament of a secret affair.
Summary: Catherine Zeta-Jones bursts into a rendition of a Les Miserables song.
The UK government's compensation to a Libyan dissident over its complicity in his torture and rendition provides some relief but does not absolve it of the duty to investigate.