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IRC

 (ī′är-sē′)
n.
An international computer network of internet servers, using its own protocol through which individual users can hold real-time online conversations.

[I(nternet) R(elay) C(hat).]

IRC

abbreviation for
1. International Red Cross
2. International Red Crescent
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Even a cursory reading of IRC section 121 reveals that when Congress instituted it, the intent was to exclude the vast majority of personal residence gains from tax.
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EMRs also will enable the IRC to systematically document the quality of care if provides to patients.
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Under IRC section 6306(d), the IRS will be exempt from liability for acts committed by PCAs.
The Kimbell appeal arose after the District Court granted a summary judgment for the IRS and denied the taxpayer's summary judgment request over the issues of whether or not the transfer of property to an FLP formed two months prior to death, in exchange for partnership interests, was for full and adequate consideration and whether or not the decedent had retained control under IRC Sec.
Dr David Reynolds, European Technology Adviser for the East of England IRC, said: "Finding and forging the right partnerships is a fundamental challenge for many technology based businesses and my job is to minimise the risk for my clients by getting to know them as individuals and understanding their businesses intimately.