ordinary course of business

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ordinary course of business

n. conduct of business within normal commercial customs and usages.

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CNI CEO Claude Mongeau is disappointed in the government action "in reaction to a 100-year grain crop that has been handled reasonably well in the normal course of business.
It's a normal course of business to look into the Latin American market because it is a market that is growing.
To increase that threshold because credit unions don't like the rule, not because they do less business than a normal course of business, would violate the Dodd-Frank mandate, he said.
Any release of loan funds made by a financial institution in the normal course of business.
Hallwood Group continues to own Brookwood Companies Incorporated, which continues to operate in the normal course of business.
Lloyd's chief executive Richard Ward added: "While industry losses from Hurricanes Gustav and Ike are likely to exceed initial forecasts, the claims to Lloyd's will be manageable and in the normal course of business.
The final regulations generally provide for the following valuation events: (1) a more-than-de minimis contribution to a disregarded entity of property, other than property pledged to secure a partnership liability; (2) a more-than-de minimis distribution from a disregarded entity of property, other than property pledged to secure a partnership liability; (3) a change in the legally enforceable obligation of the disregarded entity's owner to make contributions to the disregarded entity; (4) the incurrence, refinancing or assumption of an obligation of the disregarded entity that does not constitute its payment obligation under the regulations; and (5) the sale or exchange of a non-de minimis asset of the disregarded entity in a transaction outside of the normal course of business.
The members of the selection team, as end users in the operating room, teach their colleagues how to use the system during cases and the normal course of business in the operating room.
The court noted that the tapes were recycled or reused in the normal course of business if not requested by the conduct adjustment board or an internal affairs officer within thirty days, and the tape had not been requested within the thirty days.
These files are created by end users during the normal course of business and are primarily made up of office files, but can also include smaller databases (like Access or FoxPro), JPEGs, MPEGs and TIFFs.
In the normal course of business, CPA firms provide clients with strategic, tax and accounting advice related to general insurance matters.