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to differentiate between farm forestry participants and nonparticipants on the basis of communication-extension factors, while taking account of the social and economic characteristics of farm households.
The earlier finding that settlement participants were more negative than nonparticipants in their attitudes toward Toyota (Van Doren et al.
One of the underlying issues in this debate is whether WIC participants would be more likely to have better birth outcomes than eligible nonparticipants, regardless of whether they participated in WIC.
It should also be noted that two thirds of PIFT participants were female, and that the nonparticipant group's mean age was slightly higher (< 1year).
Whether the contact sports exception applies to a nonparticipant defendant is a policy determination that rests on the circumstances of the sport and its inherent risks, the relationship of the parties to the sport and to each other, and whether imposing broader liability on the defendant "would harm the sport or cause it to be changed or abandoned.
The nuptial agreement should also provide that the nonparticipant spouse releases all claims to the retirement plan benefits.
In a memorandum opinion, the Tax Court held that the transfer of IRA assets by a distributee to a nonparticipant spouse does not constitute the transfer of an interest in an IRA under Section 408(d)(6).
001) for the ASVAB group (Group A) than for either of the nonparticipant control groups (Groups B and C).
In Darby (97 TC 51 (1991)), the Tax Court held that a lump sum distribution to a nonparticipant spouse, who had no right to the money until the court assigned it to her in the divorce, was taxable to the participant spouse.
I call them nonparticipants, who can be thought of as having a zero equity target share, [bar.
I arrive too late to see the play, and, as a nonparticipant.
This finding does not simply reflect an increase in total expenditures, because, from 2007 to 2010, the share of total expenditures spent on food at home increased the most for SNAP participants (by close to 2 percentage points, with little change in the shares of the nonparticipant groups).