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PRESIDENT. An officer of a company who is to direct the manner in which business is to be transacted. From the decision of the president there is an appeal to the body over which he presides.

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Various forms of federal tax compliance relief are available for individual taxpayers whose "main home" is located in a Presidentially declared disaster area.
New Labour, begging bowl now held out expectantly to the hawks of the American administration, is now the presidentially sinister face of Europe's New Right and surely has to be seen as such by any bar the most naive of voters and trades unionists?
The presidentially mandated reviews have not been completed, and withholding the budget figures from the RDT&E documents reflects the services' and defense agencies' consternation at what they perceive as a lack of top-level guidance on what to plan for in the out-years.
Affected taxpayers, both business and non-business, in a presidentially declared disaster area have the option of claiming their casualty losses on the tax return for either the year of the disaster or the prior year," Lager said.
The five-member presidentially appointed commission approved increases that average just under 10 percent.
Answers to these and other presidentially tinged humor questions may soon be given by none other than Helen Thomas, United Press International's former White House bureau chief, who since 1961 has spent nearly 40 years at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
The grants require a 25 percent match from states and are limited to communities affected by a presidentially declared disaster between Jan.
Bills were introduced to give breaks to limo drivers, metal workers, restaurant employees, small-time farmers, pilots who fly to sparsely populated areas, whaling captains, unemployed radio DJs, people who employ golf caddies, casino owners, folks who live in a presidentially declared disaster area, and U.
Brooks explained that since the NCA is a presidentially appointed body, and the White House has the final say, there are limitations; but she emphasized that the White House has been advised of who the dance community would like to see appointed.
From a tax standpoint, however, the loss will be less devastating if it is caused by a catastrophe that ultimately becomes a presidentially declared disaster.
The first statutory inspector general was established in 1976, and since then Congress has established inspectors general in over 60 federal agencies, 26 of whom are presidentially appointed.
When the FOMC was given its current form in 1935, five Reserve Bank presidents were placed on that committee, but their presence was outweighed by the seven presidentially appointed members of the Board.

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