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Adjust

To settle or arrange; to free from differences or discrepancies. To bring to a satisfactory state so that parties are agreed, as to adjust amount of loss by fire or controversy regarding property or estate. To bring to proper relations. To determine and apportion an amount due. The term is sometimes used in the sense of pay, when used in reference to a liquidated claim. Determination of an amount to be paid to insured by insurer to cover loss or damage sustained.

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For the tax software to generate the correct form, all book accounts and tax adjustments would need to be remapped into the software.
"Although we do not mandate price adjustment clauses, the State transportation departments may use them as appropriate for steel or any other products included in future contracts....
We really need the inflation adjustment so they can continuously provide proper service to the public," he added.
IESCO, in its request for adjustment of tariff components for FY 2016-17 and 2017-18 under multi year tariff regime, said the tariff of IESCO for FY 2015-16 re-determined by NEPRA dated September 18, 2017, and the subsequent periodical adjustments on account of PPP including impact of T and D losses on FCA and prior year adjustment pertaining to the FY 2017-18 is still not notified.
The August 1 adjustments will increase the maximum penalties for serious and other-than-serious violations from $7,000 per violation to $12,471 per violation.
Under the new policy, the bunker adjustment factor for flights at above 800 km will be changed from the original CYN150 to CYN140.
As a result of the audit, the IRS proposed an adjustment to increase 2004 income by $100,000.
All high- and medium-risk accounts should be reconciled and all necessary general ledger reconciling adjustments recorded before the company's post-closing adjustment review process.
The adjustment and unitrust provisions, which must comply with detailed notice and beneficiary consent requirements, will prove important to trustees and their advisers.
Since our opponents like to run the option against us, we have been forced to look for some kind of adjustment that would enable us to defend these teams without making any drastic changes or deviating from our "alignment sound" football principles.
Consolidated and internationalized competitive conditions have ensued, continuously requiring adjustment from all economies.
Until now, any process adjustments based on those data had to be done manually.