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n. 1) the act of counting anticipated earnings and expenses as capital assets (property, equipment, fixtures) for accounting purposes. 2) the amount of anticipated net earnings which hypothetically can be used for conversion into capital assets.

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New Delhi [India], July 18 (ANI): The Supreme Court on Thursday adjourned the Ayodhya Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land title case to August 2, the next date of hearing and allowed the mediation process in the case to continue.
Rare exception should be made when using title case for the caption or title of a court documentfor example, Defendant Acme Corp.'s Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion for Summary Judgment, or Order Granting Plaintiff Smith's Motion for Default Judgmentor when referring to a document filed in the same case by its formal title.
Likewise, First Nations lack access to the tens of millions of dollars it might require to prove an Aboriginal title case.
(1) Asch, Professor Emeritus at the University of Alberta and current visiting Professor at the University of Victoria, derives the book's title from a statement made by former Supreme Court of Canada Chief Justice Antonio Lamar in the monumental 1997 Aboriginal title case, Delgamuukw: "Let's face it, we are all here to stay" (quoted on p.
"The significance of this (designation) is coming out of the title case in June this year," said Chief Russell Myers Ross of the Yunesit'in Government.
One of the most irritating factors, aside from the confusingly numbered sections, is that van Rooyen uses title case for such invented terms as "Jacob's Forum" (5), "the Lantern Symbol" (46), and "the Moonlight Sonata Vignette" (90) to tag segments of the novel.
(9) Nevertheless, this law keeps the state as the ultimate arbiter of who is a Traditional Owner, and carries a distinct emphasis on the 'special relationship' between Aboriginal people and their land (which appears to derive from the image of Indigeneity that has emerged from Native Title case law), which serves to structure the way uses and benefits of 'traditional ownership' are defined.
Entitled 'New ways for exploring who knows what in a native title case: a sociological approach', this paper builds on earlier scholarship that has investigated what goes on in the tribunal encounter, in particular examining what makes it so hard for Indigenous claimants to be heard in the courtroom.
This starts off well enough--the anthology's title cleverly imitates the jagged title case that Heinz Schulz-Neudamm so memorably concocted for the poster art to the film Metropolis.
On the other hand the production of the book is beautiful (apart from a jarringly anachronistic use of title case in English chapter headings) with a delightful binding hidden under elegant dust jackets.
if watermark bit is 1 then case is converted to title case and for 0 to sentence case.
Put the headline in larger, bold type and in title case. Keep it under 80 to 125 characters in length.