unapplied

unapplied

(ˌʌnəˈplaɪd)
adj
not applied; not yet applied to its destination
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The BIR ruled that there is no specific provision in the Tax Code that expressly provides for another mode of recovering unapplied input VAT, particularly the proposition that denied or prescribed input taxes may be treated outright as deductible expense for income tax purposes.
How corner bond works Transcend's corner bond is an economic bonding solution of applying fluid encapsulant around the perimeter of a component, leaving just one gap unapplied. This is to allow space for future thermal expansion.
A net amount of Rs 285.81 crore is outstanding with the company besides the unapplied interest of Rs 66.91 crore against mortgaged collateral property valued at Rs 171 crore.
Similar results obtained for yield of the applied and unapplied conditions of P.
WFEC has a cushion of credit (unapplied advance payment) account with the U.S.
Why, in your opinion, has it remained so far unapplied?
Friday's decision denies that appeal, meaning that the ban on illegal immigrants seeking asylum remains unapplied.
In accordance with the BNT-60 (TR) standard application instruction, the BNT-60 (TR) is started by presenting Item 30 (crocodile; In Turkish "timsah") to each participant and if this item is answered correctly, all unapplied items were accepted as correctly answered and a score of 29 is given automatically (the participant is accepted as having answered all previous items correctly).
The property is intangible personal property (e.g., customer overpayment, unapplied cash, credit memos, uncashed checks, etc.)
If that retained learning is left unapplied, untapped, unsupported or even unintentionally ignored-it fades away into oblivion.
Lastly comes unapplied interest which means interest which has been charged in the back end after the loan becomes Bad and Loss and which does not normally reflect in the software in the bank.