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When Sims lifted Sayyed-Gaines, she seemed to waver between acquiescing and continuing onward.
Supporters in the Senate of such schemes, before acquiescing, pushed alternate bills and amendments to the moratorium that would have instructed states to start simplifying their tax structures and would have pre-approved, or even required, future interstate sales tax compacts.
This image supports the idea that Native Americans fought "passionately," resisting incorporation by whites at any cost, while blacks "eagerly have embraced assimilation, acquiescing before white power for personal gain," the professors write.
Consequently, employees involved in the tax planning for, or the mere reporting of, transactions on company tax returns would be exposed to an enormous penalty of 50 percent of the tax reduction if they are found to have been "indifferent" in participating or acquiescing in the making of the slightest "false statement" that contributes to a tax reduction that is subsequently re-assessed by CCRA.
Kusama's struggle to master her internal demons and the "external" sensibility of '60s art resulted in works too heavy for their idiom; Pop is about acquiescing to desire, not combating it.
Worse than that, they tend to follow orders so rigidly - blindly acquiescing to obvious programming mistakes - that they sometimes resemble the brooms used by the sorcerer's apprentice in the Walt Disney film Fantasia, endlessly repeating a process no matter how ridiculous or destructive the outcome.
Following the Pazzi conspiracy the Medici, while acquiescing in its existence, emasculated the Parte.
In AOD/CC-1990-06 (2/7/90), the IRS announced that it was acquiescing in the McDonald decision, so that if a joint tenant has the right under state law to sever the joint tenancy or have the property partitioned, it will no longer litigate that the relevant transfer is the transfer that created the joint tenancy.