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Bracket

The category of the percentage of Income Tax found on the tax tables set by the Internal Revenue Code, within which a taxpayer falls based upon his or her taxable income.

See: class, connect, enclose, enclosure, include, pigeonhole, relate
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Factors that influence the bond strength are the bracket base design (retention mechanism), composition of the adhesive used for bonding, and the conditioning of the enamel.
The third bracket covering those who earn P400,000-P800,000 a year will pay P30,000 plus 25 percent in excess of P400,000.
Bracket, with seven offices and more than 500 employees worldwide, is a specialty services provider dedicated to helping biopharmaceutical sponsors and contract research organizations increase the power of their clinical research data by leveraging core competencies in Science, Technology, and Service.
For instance, 8% of launches in the 0-50 kcal per 100g / ml bracket globally made a low calorie claim, diminishing to 1.
Leo Candava, Ryan de Lara, and AI King dela Cruz took top positions in Bracket D, while Sherwin Bargos dominated Bracket E, followed closely by Julius Joseph Bargos and Ron Valerio finishing in third.
Victrex's advice and support have been very valuable in the delivery of a durable bracket weighing at least 40% less than the metal design," noted Jim Knowles, sales & marketing manager at Denroy Plastics, who sees PEEK aerospace brackets as a growth area for Denroy going forward.
We can't predict the future, but we can make an educated guess as to our current tax bracket relative to the future.
If the support bracket is bent, it's likely because the cable isn't properly adjusted.
In this example, $5,000 of the 15% bracket remains after including the $67,500 of ordinary income.
For non-sports fans, the options for betting and filling out brackets are endless, with everything from curses, alcoholic drinks, memes and even Will Ferrell.
If you find your studs are on 24-inch centers, which is rare, put a bracket on each stud.
A low-friction, self-ligating (SL) bracket thus was needed.