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list

noun accounting, an account, archive, catalog, directory, docket, enumeration, file, index, inventory, itemization, listing, manifest, overview, record, register, specific delineation, specific listing, summary, tally
Associated concepts: court calendar, docket
See also: arrange, bill, book, census, classify, codify, docket, enroll, enter, enumerate, file, fix, impanel, index, inscribe, inventory, invoice, itemize, organize, pigeonhole, poll, program, recite, record, register, relate, roll, schedule, sequence, set down, specify, survey, tabulate, tariff

LIST. A table of cases arranged for trial or argument; as, the trial list, the argument list. See 3 Bouv. Inst. n. 3031.

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Listed and most other reportable transactions that are disclosed would escape penalty only if the taxpayer reasonably believed that the asserted tax treatment was more likely than not correct.
Aristotle, the gateway to the study of Thomistic theology; was the most prominent here, as thirty-three priests listed one or more of his works, but only three the works of Plato.
The initial TRI reports at least listed actual releases of chemicals into air, water, or soil where there was some potential for exposure.
recently listed in Amsterdam to provide a local market for employees to trade shares.
This document retention rule is also difficult to comply with and perhaps impossible for newly designated listed transactions that can retroactively relate to transactions entered into after Feb.
Forty-one percent of all transactions in our sub-market are done on a co-brokerage basis, however, 56 percent of the exclusively listed properties are closed on a co-brokerage basis.
3 percent of the listed species, GAO found NMFS has the poorer track record.
The NYSE provides a reliable, orderly, liquid and efficient marketplace where investors buy and sell listed companies' common stock and other securities.
The decision angered opponents of the squirrel's threatened status, who said it creates a double standard in which it would be harder to remove a species from the list than it is to get it listed.
During the June 6 hearing, it was suggested that giving taxpayers the right to rely on the list was impractical because the number of positions that would have to be listed would be enormous - unending - and because the facts of particular cases would be critical to determining whether substantial authority existed.
Based on market capitalization, more than 96% of the qualified domestic energy-related stocks are currently listed on NYSE Group, where energy company listings represent a total market capitalization of more than $3.