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In the last three years, the more radical parts of the anti-violence movement, with support from the anti-prison movement, have started working to create tangible community-based responses to interpersonal violence.
Late last year, the Service issued final regulations (TD 9107, 12/31/03), addressing capitalization of costs to acquire or create an intangible asset.
The final regulations require capitalization of (i) an amount paid to acquire any intangible; (ii) an amount paid to create certain but not all intangibles; (iii) an amount paid to create or enhance a "separate and distinct intangible asset"; and (iv) an amount paid to create or enhance a "future benefit," but only under certain circumstances.
From a productivity standpoint, IT managers and users alike want to be able to create this image without taking the system offline -- they want to create the image while the user is still doing productive work.
Multimedia is the use of various tools, such as digital cameras, digital videocameras, scanners, laser printers, laptops, and a plethora of software to create mini-movies, TV announcements, Web page projects and 3D images on a computer.
Stormwater: Typical development creates impervious surfaces that do not allow rainwater to infiltrate into the ground and collects.
Social Security Act creates Old Age Assistance to bolster incomes of needy elderly but forbids OAA payments to inmates of almshouses.
Lamb remembers doing a float for Alhambra using eggplant to create the blackish-purple shells of two desert tortoises.
Other courts examine the appropriateness of the investigative tactics to see if those tactics unreasonably caused the exigency, even though the police did not deliberately create the exigency.
Lotus creates a format line, guessing whether the data in the text row are either a Label (text) or a Value figures).
Courts have generally found that the temporary presence of the taxpayer's property in the taxing state, even if transitory in nature, creates "substantial nexus" when the taxpayer exercises rights or powers incident to ownership but only when the taxpayer itself has a permanent presence in the state.