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commingle

to mingle together, e.g. cattle mingling with deer.
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Let's look in details into the difference and similarities of commingled funds and mutual funds.
person should be relieved from an FBAR filing requirement for a foreign commingled fund in other circumstances, such as when filing would be duplicative of other reporting.
If the goal is to meet Florida SCTL residential guidelines for land application of recycled materials, the amount of arsenic-treated wood (either as CCA or ACZA) that can be commingled with untreated wood must be less than 0.
The molten material, mortuary slabs, and commingled limbs evoke a historical hell that combines the postattack space of the Twin Towers with the bomb sites of Iraq: It is both hideous morgue and hallowed ground, wasteland and reliquary.
The commingled service has been tested in a pilot program in several Valencia and Canyon Country neighborhoods and has been a success, said Jill Fosselman, the city's acting environmental services director.
The trust features five commingled funds: a fixed-income fund, a growth fund, a value fund, a small capitalization equity fund and a global fund.
Thus, the work has concentrated on commingled plastics, which eliminate the need for extensive separation 7).
GLL offers commingled funds, separate account portfolios and structures single asset syndications for European institutional investors.
The MRF also handles I0,000 tons of mixed paper, cardboard and commingled food and beverage containers.
Increasingly, this is how recycl-ables are handled, and Eugene is the latest in a growing list of communities switching to blended or commingled recycling.
Johns Manville's Engineered Products Group in Denver has introduced Comfil-G, a family of commingled yarns consisting of continuous glass and PET filaments.
It found that (1) the taxpayer commingled partnership funds and (2) disproportionate distributions were made favoring the decedent.