Bracket


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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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High friction is due to the roughness of the bracket interface which slows the sliding of the archwire through the bracket (10,36,50,87).
Merrill didn't earn a bye as a CIF champion, but will wrestle a lower seed in the first round of the 112-pound bracket, which will also feature Royal's Sam Mestaz.
This leaves in the middle the Bridge, or Hybrid Bracket, made up of Republican candidates and voters who do not fit clearly in either the Secular or Sacred brackets--they have a foot in each camp.
0005 inch) layers, constructs the bracket patterns with proprietary thermoplastic ink jetting technology.
Decorative brackets often fit on top of fixing bosses in which case, hold a fixing boss over the mark and mark screw positions with a pencil.
The new injection-molded brackets include L-shaped faring brackets--used to fasten the cab's aluminum grab handle mechanically--and brackets designed to hold a roof-mounted satellite dish.
Also, the 15% rate bracket for married taxpayers filing jointly and qualifying widowers has expand ed to twice that of single fliers.
1, the new tax law reduces the top tax bracket from 38.
5AFTER you've painted the brackets and shelf with a couple of coats of emulsion paint or satinwood, screw the brackets to the wall
I get to move up to 90- to 95-year-old age bracket after this one," says Smith.
In other words, considered over history, changes in the top bracket rate don't seem to make much of a difference to the economy as a whole.
In addition to the $600 standard deduction, each child has a full 15 percent bracket (approximately $21,000 of taxable income), a full 28 percent bracket and so on.