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A taxpayer typically moves the AAR to procure an opinion or authoritative decision by the authority regarding tax consequences of a transaction, proposed transaction or an assessment.
The cmms application is used to analyse operations and defect data to provide authoritative decision support to enhance reliability of equipment/system and combat worthiness of platform.
"I would say it's an authoritative decision because Sweden and the U.K.
These end with an authoritative decision, in accordance with pre-established rules, for victory, punishment, compensation, or dismissal of the case.
"It is possible that at this point [the 5th Circuit] could say, 'Whatever we say, the authoritative decision is going to come not too much later than we would rule anyway.
"Delays in authoritative decision making in the industry whether due to lack of authority or unclear mandate has caused delays in deployment of new services in the telecoms space," said Kore.
But Manning has a 5-4 edge in the past nine meetings, which includes a remarkable comeback victory with the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship in 2006 and an authoritative decision with the Broncos in the AFC Championship in 2013.
He said Gebbie's claim was "a matter of potentially considerable significance" which may have to go before a three-judge panel for an "authoritative decision".
Law is a process of authoritative decision. In regard to international law, one looks in vain for a single decision-or lawmaker.
He added: "We cannot give an authoritative decision on whose remains were discovered.
Finally, and least preferred, directed terms are incorporated in JP 1-02 when the meaning of a term requires an authoritative decision for resolution between competing perspectives.
The lack of an international reaction to this legally authoritative decision encouraged Israel to continue violating international law, including all those issues discussed in the Advisory Opinion.