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temporary

adjective acting, ad tempus, brief, changeable, deciduous, elusive, ephemeral, evanescent, fleeting, fugacious, fugitive, impermanent, interim, limited, makeshift, momentary, monohemerous, nondurable, perishable, provisional, shifting, short-lived, stopgap, temporal, transient, transitional, transitive, transitory, unstable, volatile
Associated concepts: temporary restraining order
See also: acting, brief, ephemeral, interim, interlocutory, provisional, tentative, transient, transitory, vicarious

TEMPORARY. That which is to last for a limited time; as, a temporary statute, or one which is limited in its operation for a particular period of time after its enactment the opposite of perpetual.

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As Glendale Unified's enrollment continues to plummet, officials also expect to reduce staffing by simply not recalling some temporary teachers.
An argument can be made that a purchaser's attorney who permits the closing to go forward with a temporary certificate of occupancy has a continuing obligation to monitor the situation; advise the client that no final certificate of occupancy has been obtained; and that the client is not only subject to being evicted by the Buildings Department but also potentially to civil and criminal penalties.
The temporary regulations depart from the strict step-into-the-shoes principles mandated by Notice 2000-4, and impose what could be considerable complexity in computing depreciation following a like-kind exchange or an involuntary conversion.
If employment at a certain location is realistically expected to last for more than one year and is completed in less than a year, the employment is not considered temporary under the new ruling.
The idea of temporary work is changing," says Armentha Cruise-mills, president of Aspen Personnel Services in Takoma Park, Md.
On April 27, the CBS Evening News, in its "Eye on America" segment, profiled a pregnant woman who worked at four temporary jobs.
In response to the congressional directive and the Fannie Mae decision (as well as the underlying uncertainty created by Arkansas Best), the IRS issued the temporary and proposed regulations.
In Central Eastern Europe, the discovery of temporary staffing is closely connected to the growth of foreign investment and the entrance of cross-nationally operating agencies in the 90's.
The temporary regulations provide that S2's separate-member tax attributes must first be reduced to take into account its $200 excluded COD income.
Six years ago, payroll for this sector of the temporary employee industry was $335 million.
Once you've taken time to hire the right temporary employees, make sure you give them a work site orientation.
Reversals of existing taxable temporary differences.

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