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Further information concerning my doings (as well as concerning that affair with the officers) must be deferred until tonight.--Your affectionate and respectful friend,
"MY DEAR MAGDALEN -- I have deferred answering your letter, in consequence of the distracted state of my mind, which made me unfit to write to you.
As they had been taken in the fact, the law of the country allowed that they might have been executed the same hour, but the viceroy having ordered that their death should be deferred till his return, delivered them to the relations of the dead, to be disposed of as they should think proper.
The Count had deferred granting that private interview, when it was first asked for in the afternoon, and had again deferred granting it, when it was a second time asked for at the dinner-table.
As I happened to have been in a remarkably sound and refreshing slumber, I could not imagine why the information had not been deferred until morning, indeed, I felt very much inclined to fly into a passion and box my valet's ears; but on second thoughts I got quietly up, and on going outside the house was not a little interested by the moving illumination which I beheld.
Pontellier had selected the bridal gift, as every one immediately connected with him always deferred to his taste in such matters.
While deferred income annuities have gained a prominent position in the retirement income planning game, the newest entrant into the annuity marketplace is poised to change the way these products operate for good.
Two recently issued Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) pronouncements--GASB Statement 63, Financial Reporting of Deferred Outflows, Deferred Inflows, and Net Position (effective for fiscal years ending December 15, 2012, and later), and GASB Statement 65, Items Previously Reported as Assets and Liabilities (effective for fiscal years ending December 15, 2013, and later)--are altering the face of government balance sheets and statements of net assets.
63, Financial Reporting of Deferred Outflows of Resources, Deferred Outflows of Resources, and Net Position
9622 explains how C corporations accelerate the inclusion of deferred COD income and the deduction of deferred original issue discount (OID) income under Sec.
University bosses say it's because people who apply for deferred entry this year will still have to pay increased fees.
He explains: "She decided to continue working until she is 65, and has deferred taking her employers' pension to allow it to accumulate.