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However, people with a higher socioeconomic status seem to have a better awareness of their own needs and a greater capacity for developing their sexuality in a way which is satisfying for them, as well as having greater control over the use of contraception.
After satisfying all of the five conditions, the BSA will assess the proposal for potential environmental impacts as well--in accordance with State Environmental Quality Act (SEQRA) and City Environmental Quality Review (CEQR) procedures.
Questions were posed that were directed at determining which duties of the principalship were reported as "satisfying" and which duties were reported as "not satisfying".
Almost all participants sought help in identifying or affirming a satisfying career direction through assessments and individual interviews.
These patterns of thinking (what we tend to pay more attention to) reflect what we find most satisfying at this point in our lives.
Perhaps consumers temporarily are taking advantage of the price promotions while simultaneously satisfying their desire for variety.
If an asset recognition model were adopted, TEI agrees that tax positions satisfying the initial recognition threshold should be recorded based on management's "best estimate" of the amount that is probable of being sustained on audit.
Immediately thereafter, US2 is treated as satisfying its $70 note; see Regs.
In addition, a taxpayer must pay the reported tax with each such return, must pay statutory interest and penalties as determined by the IRS (except the fraudulent failure to file penalty, as discussed below), and must cooperate with the IRS upon request in determining and satisfying its income tax liability for any tax year for which a waiver is requested.
This law provides that upon written demand from a borrower sent by certified or registered mail, stating that the borrower is satisfying the mortgage and requires information as to the balance due, the mortgage lender must such information within 20 days.
Each member has only one vote, which the Service considers a classic method of satisfying the "democratic control" requirement.
The IRS issued guidance (Q&A 12 in Notice 89-25) that provided three safe-harbor methods for satisfying this exception.