Hardock

Har´dock

    (här´dǒk)
n.1.See Hordock.
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In 1986 " the last time Congress overhauled the tax code " Hardock served as tax counsel for the Senate Finance Committee.
Duncan Hardock, 24, a writer from MacLean, Virginia, traveled to Bethlehem from the republic of Georgia, where he had been teaching English.
I feel we got to see both sides of Bethlehem in a really short period of time," Hardock said.
Randy Hardock, representing the American Benefits Council, testified before the U.
Hardock contended that the revenue scoring performed by the Treasury Department and the Joint Committee on Taxation generally produces estimates in five- and 10-year budget windows using a cash-flow analysis.
Hardock, managing partner at Davis & Harman LLP, who testified at the hearing on behalf of the American Benefits Council.
Automatic enrollment and automatic escalation are effective ways to boost plan participation, by making it easier to save, both John and Hardock said.
Hardock, managing partner at Davis & Harman LLP, said that the "wisest course in most instances will be to 'do no harm' and avoid new laws or regulations that would disrupt the successes of the current system.
Furthermore, the importance of distributors in marketing channel has risen almost continuously over the past few decades as they increased their domination over the sales channel (Schellhase, Hardock and Ohlwein, 2000).
And a "ball of fire like a comet without a tail" was reported hovering over Hardock, Merseyside.
Randy Hardock is a partner and John O'Neill is an associate in the Washington, D.
Crown'd with rank fumiter and furrow-weeds, With hardocks, hemlock, nettles, cuckoo flowers, Darnel, and all the idle weeds that grow In our sustaining corn.