nonindividual

nonindividual

(ˌnɒnˌɪndɪˈvɪdjʊəl)
n
an entity that is not an individual
adj
not related to individuals or individuality
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Owing to cinema's collective, nonindividual production mode and its ambition to address the people as "the anonymous multitude," Kracauer interprets "popular screen motifs" of an era as traces of "existing mass desires" (p.
A passthrough entity cannot deduct the SBD on a composite tax return filed on a taxpayer's behalf, and the SBD cannot be claimed on any other nonindividual tax return, such as a trust return and even a nonresident withholding return.
Mocsary, Note, Explaining Away the Obvious: The Infeasibility of Characterizing the Second Amendment as a Nonindividual Right, 76 Fordham L.
53 per cent while that of the nonindividual portfolio stood at 1.
The job is to reconcile my ingrained likes and dislikes with the essentially public, nonindividual activities that this age forces on all of us.
Nonindividual tax services are the second largest source of fees for the sole proprietor (alter individual tax).
1 spot of the Bureau of Internal Revenue's (BIR) list of Top 500 nonindividual taxpayers for 2011.
top 100 nonindividual patentees in the United States, (114) there are a
Nonindividual tax work makes up between 22% and 25% of client fees in each of the revenue categories.
The SEC's aggressive stance also is accounting for an overall increase in other nonindividual settlements.
There is nothing new about an attention to nonindividual, and even nonhuman agents.
Not only does Deleuze propose a perpetual process of creation but he conceives pleasure as personal, and therefore, disallowing the imperceptibility of nonindividual becomings or of life on planes of immanence.