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Bracket

The category of the percentage of Income Tax found on the tax tables set by the Internal Revenue Code, within which a taxpayer falls based upon his or her taxable income.

See: class, connect, enclose, enclosure, include, pigeonhole, relate
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In representing those letters in which abbreviations were used in the original, the editors chose not to print the restored letters in italics, stating that the goal of this score is essentially practical; however, in the few instances where the scribe omitted letters, presumably by mistake, these added letters are shown within square brackets.
An open square bracket separates the transcription from the location of copies, which are listed alphabetically.
Professor Petti may also be responsible for what I consider another unfortunate REED policy, the use of square brackets to indicate cancellations or intentional deletions.
As ever with draft legal documents, there are a fair few square brackets with suggested--but as yet un-agreed--language within.
When I said, "If you want sugar, it's over there', the full, unelliptical sentence was, 'If you want sugar, [your desire will be satisfied by the fact that] it's over there', and you were intended to fill in the words in the square brackets by yourself.
In any case, it looks like another tortuous year of negotiations and draft texts full of square brackets is ahead till the next conference of parties in Mexico.
The only official text still has almost two thousand square brackets indicating points of disagreement, although there is less than two weeks to go.
The field name is entered in square brackets, and the calculation symbols are the same as you would use in Excel or other products.
Translated from Afrikaans with my comments in square brackets, Badenhorst wrote:
Thankfully, Das includes the signature references in square brackets within the body of the text itself, so it is possible to cite from the edition.
THE square brackets round the title show that it stands for Record.
It can be easily seen that the polynomial enclosed in the first square brackets fits the curve y(x) satisfying the given data, which is the Newton's forward difference interpolation formula.