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The technology behind the new Vbeam family allows practitioners to treat stubborn skin conditions more aggressively than before, but without the undesired side effects of laser bruising, or purpura.
He would be a material participant in the real estate rental activity: Thus, he could treat the rental real estate losses as nonpassive and deduct the current losses against his other sources of nonpassive income.
Thus, the owner of such an entity (or the owners of an entity treated as a partnership) report(s) all of the entity's income and expenses on its own Federal income tax return and treats the entity's assets and liabilities as its own.
Until now, however, the sweet treats have been off-limits for Fido and he's had to sit patiently at your feet waiting to catch a crumb.
4 : to expose to some action (as of a chemical) <Gardeners treat soil with lime.
Most specialty drugs treat chronic or complex illnesses that affect less than 3% of the general population, but they come with a significant price tag--these patients account for 25% to 30% of a company's overall medical costs.
Observation: If Quiggley owns 50% of Zeno, and Essco owns the other 50%, Essco is deemed the owner of all the Zeno stock and can elect to treat Zeno as a QSub.
He says that in most cases it is necessary to treat 100% of the pellets used in molding.
Those researchers used HIFU to treat 10 women who had breast cancer and were planning to have partial mastectomies.
The cleanup will require pumping of groundwater to treat it.
Waterborne preservatives, on the other hand, are used to treat not only industrial products but also to treat products used in residential areas, such as lumber, timbers and plywood.
Waterborne preservatives, on the other hand, treat not only industrial products but also products used in residential areas, such as lumber, timbers and plywood.