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a term describing the balance of a horse and rider, or a horse alone, while moving; smooth coordination of all parts working in unison.
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The research found that a staggering 75% of the 2,000 online consumers surveyed are 'very satisfied' with their current click and collect services.
Thus, the ITFA restricts states from requiring a remote seller without nexus with the state to collect sales and use tax.
Soil researchers can collect a baseline measurement at a forest plot, then repeatedly go back for many years to increase their sample size and build their library.
The data collection methodology also should require that agencies collect sufficient data to allow for meaningful analysis.
Some vendors claim it's unfair for local businesses to have to compete with Internet businesses that don't collect sales tax, but others say that shipping charges for online purchases level the field.
92% of "Web sites collect personal information from online consumers, and most collect several types of information, such as name, address, Social Security number and birth date" (956).
Rates charged to a person accepting a collect call from an inmate are .
Collect data to show a progressive improvement in the processes; highlight the educational aspects of collecting such data.
Boomers will seek out items to collect that are tied to an idealized, or alter-ego, reflection of their own identity.
If you want to collect contemporary art, investigate artists who are beginning to acquire a name, are represented by reputable dealers and galleries and are still priced reasonably.
The rubber toys I collect have been altered too, but by kids.