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Not change for change sake, but change to preserve America's ideals: life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness.
If he change at all he can only change for the worse, for we cannot suppose him to be deficient either in virtue or beauty.
Taxpayers who had made an unauthorized method change for a prior year were eligible to use Rev.
A better understanding of the consequences of global change for regional air quality will be useful for both fully accounting for the impacts of global change and for state and local government emission control strategies to meet National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for ozone and particulate matter.
Also, small successes within our sphere of influence can serve as prototypes of change for others.
Even where the amounts involved in respect of an issue are de minimis in the years under examination, the requirement that agents impose an accounting method change for "timing issue" adjustments and that the taxpayer treat subsequent years in accord with the new "accounting method" limits both Exam's and the taxpayer's flexibility to resolve cases.
And although it's been said often, people don't change for the most part.
The test for structural shift is reported with the caveat that there is some risk of mistaking structural change for misspecification in this case because the estimated equation over the extended period does not appear to be consistent with rational behavior.
Figure 1 shows the tensile change for NBR compound with semi EV cure in SAE-30W oil at different temperatures from 70[degrees] to 177[degrees]C (158[degrees] to 350[degrees]F).
2004-23 provides that a taxpayer that has made an unauthorized method change for an item, the treatment of which is provided for in the final regulations, can use the automatic consent procedures provided in Rev.
In your organization: How real and meaningful is the case for change for each of the pivotal groups?