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BAD

Drug slang
A regional term for crack cocaine.
 
Immunology
An acronym (background, aggregates, debris) for the noncellular material that must be “gated out” in flow cytometry.
 
Molecular biology
A Bcl-2 related protein which can induce apoptosis; it selectively heterodimerises with Bcl-XL and Bcl-2, which displaces Bax from Bcl-XL, resulting in cell death.
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The bad news is they don't think much of the Democrats either.
One of the most difficult decisions facing an insurance company executive and trial counsel is whether to fight a bad faith claim by taking it to trial or to simply pay a settlement that may be far more than the claim is worth, but likely cheaper than the cost of a trial or, worse, paying a runaway jury verdict.
Why is everyone focused obsessively on the bad debt problem, when Japan's economy is suffering from many other structural problems as well?
We found that both sexes in the group primed with the memory of bad hair suffered from much lower self-esteem," she says.
In another case alleging bad faith, the Court awarded the broker a commission when the facts revealed that the owner simulated an interruption in negotiations and misrepresented the broker's role in the transaction.
Taxpayers making intrafamily loans can better their chances of later claiming a bad debt deduction if they follow certain formalities when the loan is made.
The appellate court ultimately ruled that sworn statements before a lawsuit and depositions and other typical discovery after commencement of the suit were permissible and, in and of themselves, did not constitute bad faith.
Morris' trade or business, but rather in a transaction entered into for profit, the payment will be treated as a worthless nonbusiness bad debt.
A business bad debt generally originates as a result of credit sales to customers representing goods sold or services provided.
Remarks -- A comprehensive list of replies when opening a bad gift such as "You REALLY shouldn't have
That's how it goes in the parimutuel world of the racetrack, whether it's Churchill Downs or Santa Anita, whether it's a multimillion-dollar Saturday or a quiet weekday: If it's a good day for somebody, it's got to be a bad day for somebody else.
166(d)(2), a business bad debt occurs either from a debt created or acquired in connection with the taxpayer's trade or business, or from the worthlessness of a debt incurred in the taxpayer's trade or business.