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A fresh shower of office chairs and filing cabinets descended.
But he was thrown down and choked repeatedly, till they succeeded in filing the heavy brass collar from off his neck.
The choir are getting on their sullied white robes, in a hurry, when he arrives among them, gets on his own robe, and falls into the procession filing in to service.
With the people filing off at the door he held, who he knew would carry what had passed to the whole town, to be given to the four winds, he could not have looked a Bully more shorn and forlorn, if he had had his ears cropped.
the iron teeth of confinement and privation had been slowly filing him down for twenty years.
Allocaturs, filing of bills in Chancery, decrees of sale, are legal chain-shot or bomb-shells that can never hit a solitary mark, but must fall with widespread shattering.
And in terms of e-filing benefits, 12 percent said it forced them to examine work processes and future filings should be more efficient.
2-2006), Information for Authorized IRS e-file Providers of Exempt Organization Filings, if a return is rejected, the taxpayer has 20 days to correct and retransmit a rejected return, provided it was originally transmitted on or before the due date or extended due date.
For those owners who will continue to file by mail, the deadline remains September 1, 2006 and all filings must be postmarked on or before that date.
Because 10-K Lookup is easy to use and offers advanced full-text search functionality, CCH says, it can be employed by novices and experts alike to quickly find valuable information within SEC EDGAR filings, such as detail on financial statements; management's discussion and analysis (MD & A); legal and financial agreements; financial data; director and executives, insider transactions, and SEC news.
Although former SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt first mentioned XBRL in 2000, it was not until 2004 that the SEC embraced XBRL with the release of two documents--Concept Release: Enhancing Commission Filings Through the Use of Tagged Data, www.
Though it might seem to make those filings easier, there's still some resistance, according to James V.