13(2) instructs revenue agents that they may redetermine
the correct taxable income for a closed year to determine either the amount of the carryforward deduction reported in the open year or the amount of an NOL deduction that is absorbed in a closed year and supports the determination of the available NOL deduction for the open year under examination.
Prosecutors can still apply to the court to redetermine
his available assets and ask for more cash at a later stage.
Watson agreed with AMR that the request was an effort to redetermine
the merits of claims already decided.
We would be well-advised to stop disparaging and forgetting this collective wisdom, and instead to give it a leading role in the drama of our present global crises, as we refine the content of, and redetermine
the shape of, modern science.
The Defendants appealed, and the Seventh Circuit directed the district court to redetermine
Over the next few months, these victims will be sent notices so that states can formally redetermine
their eligibility for permanent food stamps.
The technological capacity to redetermine
the boundaries between life and death seems to have made us less able as a culture to deal with absolutes.
Wada's suggestive, emphatically literal approach to installing the pieces put the images in dialogue with the wall and ultimately reflected back on the viewer, who, as with Minimal art, was required to continually redetermine
his or her angle for viewing the works.
Thus Calvin reordered inherited buildings rather than replacing them, "to redetermine
space by occupying it" (31).
If you hold a regularly scheduled meeting, redetermine
on a regular basis if the meeting is really needed or not.
The test could be used to recalculate phosphorus recommendations up or down after researchers redetermine
the optimum economic amounts of phosphorus.
IOC director general Francois Carrard said it would "create a lot of new juridical problems" if they were to reallocate or withdraw the medals, change results and redetermine