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The first branchial arch gives rise to mandibular and maxillary processes.
47) Similarly, if a taxpayer provides software online and an unrelated taxpayer on a regular and ongoing basis in its business provides substantially identical software via fixed medium or download, then the provision of software online likewise gives rise to DPGR.
All these pieces are shadowed with a fainter-than-faint comedy and a subtle skepticism: A fractionally overliteral attitude to both scientific rules and aesthetic formulas gives rise to absurdity and uncertainly.
Meant to be seen in the deepest and darkest part of the cave, where sounds take on an eerie, mystical quality and torchlight brings forth spiritlike shadows, the wounded hunter gives rise to marvelous wonder.
Sprawl, properly understood, should teach a lesson about the way that the unsupervised actions of individuals can spontaneously give rise to structures serving their needs, much as the unsupervised competition of plants and animals gives rise to stable ecosystems without the benefit of a presiding engineer.
93-19 establishes a two-prong test to determine whether a management or service contract gives rise to "private business use.
Thus, liraglutide gives rise to chronically elevated GLP-1 levels, whereas LAF237 gives rise to increased postprandial levels of endogenous GLP-1 and other peptide hormones.
Gives rise to an immediate deduction to the obligor; or
The exclusion from wages of income on amounts previously taken into account gives rise to "inside build-up" within the plan that is free from FICA tax.
From the ectoderm will eventually spring the skin and the nervous system, whereas the endoderm gives rise to the lungs and parts of the gut.
The public's heightened awareness of Disney's organizational troubles now gives rise to expectations of lackluster experiences in other Disney interactions.
However, it added a caveat to the requested ruling: "[N]o inference should be drawn from this letter that any gain from the sale of [H&C's] assets immediately following its election to be disregarded as an entity separate from its owner gives rise to gain that is not foreign personal holding company income as defined in section 954(c) (1)(B).