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H

Abbreviation or symbol for hydrogen (a superscript number preceeding indicates the isotope); hyperopia; hyperopic; horizontal; Hauch; Holzknecht unit; henry, unit of electrical inductance; the Fraunhofer line at λ 3968 due to calcium; histidine; magnetic field strength; heroin; histone; histamine.

H

Symbol for enthalpy, heat content, in the equation for free energy; fluence; magnetic field strength.

h

Symbol for hecto-; height; hour.

h

H

henry; histidine; hydrogen; hyperopia.

H

/H / enthalpy.

h

hecto-; hour.

h

1 abbreviation for haustus.
2 abbreviation for hecto-.
3 abbreviation for height.
4 abbreviation for hora, the Latin word for hour.
5 abbreviation for horizontal.
6 abbreviation for hyperopia.
7 symbol for Planck's constant.

H

1 symbol for the element hydrogen.
2 abbreviation for henry.

H1

symbol for protium, an isotope of hydrogen.

H2

symbol for deuterium, an isotope of hydrogen.

H3

symbol for tritium, an isotope of hydrogen.

H

1. H antigen, see there.
2. Haemophilus.
3. Halothane.
4. Heavy chain 4. Hemagglutinating.
5. Hemin.
6. Heparin.
7. Histamine.
8. Histidine.
9. Histoplasma .
10. Hospital.
11. Hounsfield unit.
12. Hour.
13. Human.
14. Hydrogen.
15. Hypermetropia.
16. Hyperopia.
17. Hyperplasia.
18. Hypodermic.

h

Symbol for:
1. hecto-102 .
2. Height.
3. Hour.

H

Abbreviation for enthalpy.

H

Abbreviation for henry;
heroin;
histidine;
hyperopia;
hyperopic;
Hauch

H

Symbol for hydrogen.

h

Abbreviation for haustus;
hecto;
height.

h

Abbreviation for Planck constant.

H

abbrev. HISTIDINE.

H

Abbreviation for histidine; hyperopia.

H

chemical symbol, hydrogen; [L.] hora (hour).

h

symbol, hecto-.
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In this case, T's return is not rendered fraudulent simply because H's return is fraudulent; two separate liabilities and two separate returns are involved.
the return preparer) had any knowledge of H's fraudulent undervaluation.
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1014(b)(6) gave W a step-up in basis in her half of community property at H's death; because H had passed his one-half of the community installment notes to W, both halves should receive a step-up in basis.
Thus, to the extent there was estate tax attributable to the inclusion of the installment notes in H's estate, W would be entitled to an itemized deduction (reported on Schedule A, Form 1040) for such estate tax in the year(s) the installment payments were received.
W dies within two years of H's death The couple's combined estate is $2,000,000 and consists one-half of H's separate property and one-half of W's separate property.
Under a normal estate plan, $600,000 will be set aside in a bypass trust, and the balance of H's property ($400,000) will usually pass to a marital trust (on which a QTIP election will be made).
After H filed a motion to reconsider and a petition for attorneys' fees and costs, the court ordered an increase in W's maintenance obligation and for her to pay a portion of H's attorneys' fees.
Consequently, it concluded that W's payments of H's attorneys' fees did not meet the termination requirement (since H's estate would be able to enforce the obligation), and the payments were thus not deductible as alimony under Sec.
H's estate benefits from his lifetime exemption and eliminates any estate tax liability from W's estate.
Since the home is included in H's estate, his portion of the gift, $194,440, is removed from his cumulative tax base under the adjusted taxable gifts exception (Sec.