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Adj.1.170 - being ten more than one hundred sixty
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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It ignites at 170 degrees in place of 240, and its combustion is so rapid that one may set light to it on the top of the ordinary powder, without the latter having time to ignite.
The speed of the projectile seemed to him to be more than 200 yards, or about 170 leagues a second.
The shells, higher up on this terrace could be traced scaling off in flakes, and falling into an impalpable powder; and on an upper terrace, at the height of 170 feet, and likewise at some considerably higher points, I found a layer of saline powder of exactly similar appearance, and lying in the same relative position.
170 is "specifically enumerated as an exception to the general rule of section 1363(b)" Thus, the Sec.
170 or 2522 for the funds transferred to the charity.
170 occurred until the intermediary made a wire transfer of money to the charity.
170 because of their business connection, the expenditure may have to be capitalized.
162(b) specifically addresses the deduction of charitable contributions and gifts: "No deduction shall be allowed under subsection (a) for any contribution or gift which would be allowable as a deduction under section 170 were it not for the percentage limitations .
170, not to exceed 10% of UBI computed before such deduction.