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Bracket

The category of the percentage of Income Tax found on the tax tables set by the Internal Revenue Code, within which a taxpayer falls based upon his or her taxable income.

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However, it does not directly affect the term within the square bracket. In that sense it masks the inherent complexity of the process.
[MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION OMITTED] Collecting terms inside the square brackets, it follows that dW/dt will be positive if(6) [[pi].sub.xx] / [[pi].sub.xy] > n - 1 / vn - 1 (14) where n is the total number of firms and v is the relative number of home firms.(7) From (14) some rules of thumbs for the direction of an optimal trade policy emerge: (i) relatively 'weak strategic substitutes', and (ii) a high proportion of domestic firms in an industry, will tend to favour an export tax.
In representing those letters in which abbreviations were used in the original, the editors chose not to print the restored letters in italics, stating that the goal of this score is essentially practical; however, in the few instances where the scribe omitted letters, presumably by mistake, these added letters are shown within square brackets. They did not normalize spelling, so variants like amor and amour, pitie and pite are left in the score.
The author encourages singers to familiarize themselves with the International Phonetic Alphabet; she employs the standardized pronunciation system through the book (albeit eschewing the standard square brackets and opting instead for quotation marks).
Cockburn, is to be commended for his attention to detail, his careful insertions of explanatory material into the text in square brackets, and for adding copious amounts of useful information.
She provides links to the Afrikaans text by inserting the page numbers of the original in square brackets. A line by line comparison is thus easy for those who would like to investigate the original.
Their 1990 version of the Maastricht Treaty's Article 25 on Prudential Supervision included the following provisions (placed in square brackets to show that they were not completely consensual): "The ECB may formulate, interpret and implement policies relating to the prudential supervision of credit and other financial institutions for which it is designated as competent supervisory authority."
Can that really be the correct use of square brackets in the citation?]
As always, we use square brackets [] to denote queries, so [ to be or not to be] is an example of a query; [ to be ] or [not to be] are two examples of queries.
To seal the connection between Evans-Wentz and Emory Bortz, the latter is married to a 'wife named Grace' (Crying 148); Evans-Wentz's edition of The Tibetan Book of the Dead instructs the deceased, upon 'enter[ing] into the womb' to 'emit thy gift-waves [of grace, or good-will] upon the womb which thou art entering, [transforming it thereby] into a celestial mansion' (191, square brackets in the original).
The minimal editorial suggestions in the score generally tend toward adding articulations, enclosed in square brackets, to create consistency within a movement.
They are admirably sensitive to possible terminological difficulties, and frequently include the original German terms in square brackets within the text itself.