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clat

(klæt)
n
dialect an irksome or troublesome task
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Para la CLat el NR emitio hasta tres ramos, un ramo en el 43 % de los casos, dos en el 30 %, tres en el 13 % y no emitio ningun ramo directo en el 13 % restante.
The grantor and initial trustee entered into a trust agreement that created a nongrantor CLAT. The trust agreement provided that until a certain anniversary of the initial contribution date, the annuity amount would be distributed to a specific charity.
The poem, "My Work Speaks to Those Other Women" in the collection Traveling Women (with Devorah Major 1989, 2829) is a precursor to "Bumbu Clat" (Adisa 2004, 78-79).
For them, historically low interest rates have made the CLAT an effective strategy for potentially maximizing their wealth transfer goals while also benefiting charity.
Clients who favor charitable leads trusts in the current low interest rate environment might, adds Daroff, opt for a particular variation of the vehicle, dubbed the "shark-fin CLAT." The vehicles are so named because the visual depiction of distributions resembles a shark fin: They make minimal payments to the charity annually, then a large balloon period in the final year of the annuity term.
The revised results of the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) were announced by its Secretariat on June 6, six days after it withheld the previous one due to some "technical discrepancies" which needed to be rectified.
The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is the entrance examination for admission to 14 National Law Universities (NLUs) in India while the Kerala Law Entrance Examination (KLEE) is conducted by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CEE) to pursue graduate courses in various law colleges in Kerala.
The IRS recently allowed a charitable lead annuity trust ("CLAT") to deduct the value of an annuity stream providing for ascending annuity payments, even though the trust terms provided for a straight-line, fixed payment amount each year.
"She was in India waiting for her Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) results and they were also announced on the same day.
The countdown has begun for the country's toughest law admission test, CLAT. It's time to take stock of emerging legal careers
NONAGRAM: acid; acted; cadet; cadge; cadi; cage; caged; ceil; celt; citadel; cite; cited; clad; cleat; cleg; dace; decal; delict; deltaic; dialect; dice; clat; edict; glac; glaciate; GLACIATED; iced; lace; laced; laic; talc.
t in a Murphy ker 27 Roy Emmett offered some stern istance when the Fugitives went in w battling 44 not out but wickets clat and the Fugitives innings closed on 1 n reswith a ttered 112-9.