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Report

Written or oral confirmation that all or part of one's order has been executed, including the price and size parameters of the trade being reported; often followed by a fresh picture.

Report

1. See: Stockholder's report.

2. Confirmation that a broker makes to a client that an order has been executed. The report includes all relevant information, such as price and order size. It may be made orally or in writing. See also: Fresh picture.

report

A confirmation of a transaction at the time of execution.
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In addition to the 246 disseminated outbreak reports, 69 events were verified from July 1, 1997, to July 1, 1999, but were not reported in the Outbreak Verification List.
The model says that a government should use fiduciary funds only to report assets held in a trustee or agency capacity for others--not when used to support the government's own programs, which should be reported in another fund category.
We do not believe business taxpayers should be required, as a condition of the due diligence exception, to analyze every transaction with an eye toward whether the "transaction...affects the information to be reported..." on the form.
All transfers that occurred before 2000 will be considered timely reported if Form 8865 is attached to an amended tax return for the U.S.
These assets fall into three categories: heritage assets, such as federal monuments and museum collections, which are to be reported in terms of physical units rather than monetary values; national defense PP&E (for example, military weapon systems), which are reported using either historical cost or the latest acquisition cost valuation method; and stewardship land, such as forests and parks, which also are reported in physical units (such as acres) rather than monetary values.
With robbery, annual victimization rates based only on NCVS robberies reported to the police are possible.
Approximately 85% of schools responding to a 2004 survey conducted by the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) indicated they reported QTREs on the basis of amounts billed; see "1098-T Reporting Survey Results" at www.nacubo.org/documents/business_topics/1098T_survey_results.pdf.
In initial interviews, 13% of youth reported that they had taken a virginity pledge.
The main form of bullying reported was verbal abuse (25%), while 4% were bullied physically and 2% were victims of theft/vandalism.
The first research question focused on the characteristics of ACPs as reported in the literature.
Yet, 37 (47%) of 79 respondents have reported no cases and 32 (41%) of 79 have reported 1 to 5 cases annually.
Despite ongoing efforts to close the analytical information gap, only about 1 in 12 members reported making substantial progress in the past year.