A fisher knows how to kill a porky without getting stabbed by its quills
Acknowledging that the Supreme Court in Quill
had determined that licensing some software in a state did not amount to having substantial nexus with that state, the Comptroller nevertheless concluded that the additional presence created by employees of the corporation being in the state to train customer personnel qualified as physical presence under Quill
and so the use tax imposition was upheld.
graphically demonstrates the frequent failures and rare successes of what he terms "comfort care" for dying patients.
The North Dakota tax commissioner filed an action against Quill
requiring it to pay use tax, interest and penalties on all North Dakota sales made after July 1, 1987.
The paper quickly catapulted into the top five of Quill
was born in Pawtucket, Rhode Island the son of Raymond Quill
Some have quill
wrapped thongs terminating in tin cones containing fluffy feathers, attached at the top and bottom at one end of each knee band.
If you didn't, contact Quill
Editor Joe Skeel at jskeel@spj.
So, if you get a message next spring saying that you've won a Gold Quill
Award, treat it as hard evidence that you bring real value to your organization.
and his Kerins O'Rahilly's clubmate Michael Quirke have both opted not to rejoin the panel for the 2006 season.
It's a captivating and untold story (The Violet Quill
Reader, a 1994 collection of the actual club's writings edited by David Bergman, doesn't count) that also allows Picano to explore the vagaries of sexual identity.
Recent changes to Idaho's nexus statute, in its attempt to respect Quill
(yet at the same time expand its "reach" to out-of-state sellers) highlight this focus.