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But more puzzling is that throwback rules have lingered at a time when states have been moving to single sales factor apportionment formulas.
Therefore, this paper will consider how commemorative and material rhetorics, as well as a rhetoric of style, operate to contextualize the meaning of throwback jerseys.
In addition to the original taste, Pepsi Throwback features iconic Pepsi packaging design.
Secondary Throwback Uniform - Twins players will wear a circa 1961 throwback uniform on Opening Day as well as every home Saturday during the 2010 season.
We've been fiending to wear some throwback uniforms.
The following example compares the differences in the receipts factor among states that that have no throwback or throwout rule (e.
If the trustee accumulates income for future generations of beneficiaries, the tax load imposed by the throwback rules may approach 100 percent, "To avoid the punitive throwback rules, the trustee must distribute income to current, beneficiaries every year avoiding accumulation entirely.
But Guys and Balls is so insanely predictable-and its gay sensibility is such a throwback to at least 20 years ago--that it's mostly a cringe-worthy experience.
Charles The Throwback by Ted Own is an inspired and intuitively humorous tale of a genetically flawed calf and his mother as their escape from slaughter brings them far greater adventure then expected.
Perhaps it's a throwback to the Small is Beautiful, and Ugly is Even Better, values of the 1960s.
The Maserati Quattroporte is an enhanced and re-engineered throwback to the style of the ]960s, when it was first created.