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subsequent

adjective coming, ensuing, eventual, following, future, insequens, later, latter, next, posterior, sequential, succeeding, trailing
Associated concepts: subsequent condition, subsequent creditor
See also: consecutive, derivative, ensuing, future, prospective, proximate, secondary, successive
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Although we observed a high overall frequency of metabolic syndrome in our cohort, our data suggest that subsequent pregnancies do not increase a woman's risk of developing metabolic syndrome," Dr.
Audit firm management should ensure that all audit team members have an appropriate level of client and industry knowledge, as this may affect their ability to identify and evaluate subsequent events.
However, a properly designed plan with a subsequent election provision would allow a participant to make a short 409A fixed-date election of 2 years into the future to be paid out in 5 annual distributions (which works nicely with the minimum 5-year redeferral requirement).
The partial correlation coefficient that deleted the effects of learning self-efficacy (pre course), between the rating scores on self-evaluation of learning activities and learning self-efficacy for a subsequent course (post course) was significant.
If these facts are established, the taxpayer may be allowed to deduct employment taxes on vacation/bonus pay accrued at year-end, but not paid until the subsequent year.
The subsequent advance rule has its most frequent application where a vendor provides goods or services on open account, and the debtor pays the vendor at various points during the preference period.
Typically, the artifact or instrument is used in subsequent measurements that are not calibrations.
The presumption can be rebutted where "it is established" that a distribution and a subsequent transaction "are not pursuant to a plan or series of related transactions.
The evidence rule concerning subsequent remedial measures is among the most misunderstood rules of evidence.
Clarifying questions help protect the rights of the suspect by ensuring that he gets an attorney if he wants one, and will minimize the chance of a confession being suppressed due to subsequent judicial second-guessing as to the meaning of the suspect's statement regarding counsel.
If the rent was less than $2,000 on October 1, 1993, but reaches that threshold at a subsequent date, you are out of luck: High Rent/High Income decontrol requires that the $2,000 threshold be met on the October 1, 1993 trigger date.
Each subproject addresses part of one or more of the five categories of recognition and measurement issues (recognition, initial and subsequent measurements, derecognition, and display)--identified in the November 1991 discussion memorandum--for specific financial instruments.