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She will represent the Circuit Judges Association and serve for a term expiring Sept.
This year Congress is debating reauthorization of the expiring provisions of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 (VRA).
nz), a service that allows people and organisations to view, bid for and register expiring and recently released .
First District: Virgina Cairrao, CDA, Bristol, RI, appointed to a three-year term expiring 2007.
A look at the brand-name drugs whose patents are close to expiring.
If an election to waive T's loss carryforwards is made, its loss carryovers are treated as expiring for all Federal income tax purposes immediately before T becomes a member of the P consolidated group.
So those tenants whose leases would be expiring in November should be sent renewal leases now.
Requiring a negative adjustment for expiring losses was a controversial provision when promulgated in the proposed regulations and attracted many critical comments.
Working with top registrars like Network Solutions and eNom, gives us exclusive access to an extensive inventory of domains that includes some of the most sought-after expiring names in the industry," said Jeff Grosman with NameJet.
He will represent the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation and serve for a term expiring July 6, 2021.
1502-32(b)(4) allows an election that provides limited relief from this basis reduction, by permitting an acquiring consolidated group to treat all or part of an acquired subsidiary's loss carryover as expiring immediately before the subsidiary becomes a member of the group.
William Herbert Heyman, of New York, to be a Director of the Securities Investor Protection Corporation for a term expiring December 31, 2007, vice Deborah Doyle McWhinney, term expired.