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Another conservative Christian blogger in the county complained about finding the Pagan flier in her child's folder.
At Grant High in Van Nuys, police found medical marijuana fliers on car windshields in August and said they appeared to be ads to get teens high.
Some of the artists who made their reputations doing flier and album-cover art have gone on to fame and perhaps fortune, while others remain undiscovered, under-appreciated, and assed out.
Some researchers are investigating the use of giant balloons, but most proposals are for fixed-wing fliers, like conventional airplanes.
Fliers also should know that no major airlines operate the commuter lines that carry their names-- American Eagle and Delta Connection are examples--and that some of these lines aren't even owned by the major airlines whose names they bear.
Keeping track of your frequent flier miles can be harder than balancing your books.
There are no administrative requirements for an employer to report the value of frequent flier mileage on a Form W-2, since it is not determinable by the employer.
I like my frequent flier miles more,'' said the industrial supplies salesman.
Some fliers were found inside plastic bags containing small rocks.
Then Brennan did something a lot of Catholic priests in the state did that Sunday: He passed out copies of the Right to Life flier to church members in the pews--even though the material was produced by an organization that has a political action committee that formally endorsed Sanchez.
THERE'S THE PUDDING MAN, THE CALIFORNIA GUY WHO FIGured out a way to earn 100 American Airlines frequent flier miles for every 25-cent cup of pudding he purchased.
In TAM 9547001, the IRS ruled that the frequent flier plan did not qualify as an accountable plan, and if the plan was not changed to make it accountable, the employee would have to include the amount of reimbursements in gross income, rendering it subject to withholding and employment taxes.