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deposit

 [de-poz´it]
1. sediment or dregs.
2. extraneous inorganic matter collected in the tissues or in an organ of the body.

de·pos·it

(dĕ-poz'it),
1. A sediment or precipitate.
2. A pathologic accumulation of inorganic material in a tissue.
[L. de-pono, pp. -positus, to lay down]

deposit

/de·pos·it/ (de-poz´it)
1. sediment or dregs.
2. extraneous inorganic matter collected in the tissues or in an organ of the body.

deposit

[dəpoz′it]
Etymology: L, de, from + ponere to place
1 sediment or dregs.
2 extraneous inorganic matter collected in the tissues or in a viscus or cavity.
3 hard or soft material laid down on a tooth surface, such as dental calculus or plaque.

de·pos·it

(dĕ-poz'it)
1. A sediment or precipitate.
2. A pathologic accumulation of inorganic material in a tissue.
[L. de-pono, pp. -positus, to lay down]

de·pos·it

(dĕ-poz'it)
1. Sediment or precipitate.
2. Pathologic accumulation of inorganic material in a tissue.
[L. de-pono, pp. -positus, to lay down]

deposit

1. sediment or dregs.
2. extraneous inorganic matter collected in the tissues or in an organ of the body.
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There are situations where the courts will require deposits, but in general they don't do so, said Welikson.
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These deposits will be due by the 15th day of the following month.
To resolve the SAIF's problems, Hawke proposed that "institutions with SAIF-insured deposits could pay a special assessment at a rate sufficient to increase the SAIF's reserves to $1.
Syndicates of private guarantors would decide on the safety and soundness requirements to be imposed on each bank whose deposits they guaranteed, and they would price their services according to the varying levels of risk they chose to undertake.
We have demonstrated that the assessment of foreign deposits and non-deposit liabilities could raise substantial revenue for the FDIC, while simultaneously lowering the budget deficit," Hawkins added.
On October 2, 1992, Tax Executives Institute filed the following comments with the Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department, commending the agencies for substantially improving the final payroll tax deposit regulations.
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