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reduced

adjective attenuated, brief, contracted, cut, decreased, deficient, depressed, diluted, diminished, less, lesser, lowered, minimal, minor, nominal, shorter, slashed, smaller, thinned
Associated concepts: reduced charge, reduced sentence
See also: brief, inferior, insolvent, minimal, nominal, poor
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108(a), any tax attributes to which the acquiring corporation succeeds and the basis of any property acquired must be reduced under Sec.
and European Union, emissions from diesel engines must be reduced.
So far, he says Tembec has reduced its GHGs by 40 per cent in the last decade by eliminating the burning of oil and reducing the burning of coal, gas, and other fossil fuels.
Under the member-by-member approach, the only NOL carryover reduced is the $8 portion of the CNOL attributable to R; other R attributes (including its basis in property) would be reduced.
This production increase is due to the ability to pour larger trees and reduced operator fatigue.
Composite properties in thermosets and thermoplastics include improved flexural modulus, tensile modulus, HDT, dimensional stability, and reduced shrinkage.
Various elections are available which allow the taxpayer to plan the order in which the loss carryovers and basis are reduced and, in the case of reduction in basis, the properties affected.
For example, a recent legislative proposal would have reduced transfer tax rates over a ten-year period, followed by a repeal of the transfer tax combined with a new carryover basis regime applied to inherited assets.
It is critical, said the authors, that when developing preblends for reduced emissions, all of the additives are taken into account.
Skellhorn notes easier trimming and detabbing with less neck distortion, better surface finish from lower melt fracture, reduced pest-mold distortion, and improved wall-thickness uniformity from reduced die swell.
Using ULSD fuel with the oxidation catalyst installed reduced particulate emissions by approximately 50 percent, unburned hydrocarbons by 38 percent and carbon monoxide by 82 percent.