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Environmental obligations that are contractually or legally assumed and reasonably estimable normally would be treated like any other assumed obligation in recording assets acquired and liabilities assumed.
After all, the dot-com boom had helped fund $140 million worth of rapid acquisitions, including pieces by Chuck Clos e, Jackson Pollock, and Robert Rauschenberg, which transformed the museum's collection from provincial to estimable.
Kidderminster is en fete this week, celebrating the centenary of its estimable Choral Society, as well as its strong links with Poland via its sizeable Polish community.
The issuer's assets consist of only high-credit-quality monetary assets for which prepayments are both probable and their timing and amounts are reasonably estimable.
1949) has three decades of artistic activity under his belt and a long list of estimable institutions that hold his work.
This marked the 13th occasion on which conductor William Christie and his estimable ensemble, Les Arts Florissants, have appeared at BAM.
Despite a string of Group 1 wins, this estimable colt had never really been accorded the level of respect he deserved before Tuesday's victory in the Juddmonte International.
For all its roughly construed trashiness, Dahlem's current exhibition possesses a remarkable elegance and penetrating visuality--further testament to this young artist's estimable talents.
The commercial, the music and the estimable Eric himself are all the brainchild of French wunderkind Quentin Dupieux, aka Mr Oizo.
Extra-musical concerns and rhythmic energy characterise, of course, the music of Tippett, whose masterly Second Quartet received a profoundly satisfying reading from the estimable performers.