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intend

verb aim, aspire to, be determined to, cogitare, design, desire, determine upon, drive at, elect, endeavor, expect, fix the mind upon, harbor a design, have in mind, have in view, mean, plan, presume, propose, purpose, resolve, scheme, set as a goal
Associated concepts: intended design, intended destination, intended purpose, intended to take effect upon death, preeatory words
See also: allocate, attempt, plan, predetermine, purport, pursue
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Both must also intend a permanent union, not a temporary one or one that leaves an opening for divorce.
Cruz Bustamante shares the same intentions: ``I do not intend to put my name on that ballot.
That person or entity justifiably relies on the information in a transaction that the accountant or client intends the information to influence.
Generally, relief is available under that procedure when (1) a corporation intends to be an S corporation; (2) the corporation and its shareholders reported their income consistent with S status for the tax year the S election should have been made and for every subsequent year; and (3) the corporation did not receive IRS notice about any problem with S status within six months of the date on which Form 1120S for the first year was timely filed.
Loss suffered by the person or one of a limited group of persons for whose benefit and guidance the accountant intends to supply information or knows the recipient intends to supply it.
The fundamental flaw in the DOL's position is that it would condition the fair market value (FMV) determination on the means by which the purchaser intends to pay the purchase price.