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As a transferable asset, shares can be placed in an individual's or a company's estate.
The accounts were not transferable and, thus, not capable of being valued under the willing buyer-willing seller test.
More than 70 appraisers and other real estate professionals packed the Marriott New York Marquis to hear about new strategies in the pursuit of transferable development rights, from attorney Robert S.
Transferable job skills include basic skills that we can take from one job to another, for example, office skills, or writing, communication, critical thinking, and leadership skills.
Assessment methods are now much more geared to developing transferable skills (although there is still room for improvement)
Transferable skill: A Puerto Rican girl who was bilingual in English and Spanish had an interest in becoming a pediatrician and aspired to be able to translate medical terms for her patients: "If the baby is born, maybe like, if the parents are from Puerto Rico and they don't speak English, I can speak Spanish to them.
Most of the transferable chlorpyrifos residues dissipated after 3 weeks, with the sharpest decrease after 1 week.
To become eligible for the transferable warranty, the consumer must register the product with Carl Zeiss Optical Inc.
for transferable skills from declining industries to stable
Clients can choose to purchase transferable "Tournament Badges" for an individual single day of the tournament; two-day packages that include access for Thursday and Friday, or Saturday and Sunday play; or select a four-day package good for the Tournament's duration, Thursday through Sunday.