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retroaction

 [ret″ro-ak´shun]
action in a reversed direction; reaction.

retroaction

/ret·ro·ac·tion/ (ret″ro-ak´shun) action in a reversed direction.

retroaction

(rĕ″trō-ăk′shŭn)
Action in a reverse direction.

retroaction

action in a reversed direction; reaction.
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Placed LHP Matt Harrison and RHPs Tanner Scheppers, Lisalverto Bonilla and Kyuji Fujikawa on the 15-day DL; Harrison retroactive to March 27, Scheppers to March 29, Bonilla to March 31 and Fujikawa to April 1.
Further; even though the changes ATRA made to the R&D credit are retroactive, the change in the tax law should not be reflected in the estimated annual effective tax rate used in preparing interim financial information for periods ending before Jan.
26 (1994), where the Supreme Court of the United States set out an analytical framework for determining the propriety of a retroactive tax legislative enactment.
the Alberta Court of Appeal has taken a very different approach to retroactive child support and, for example, has presumed need and an ability to pay on the part of the payor and has not required any demonstration of blameworthy conduct on the part of the payor or encroachment on capital by the custodial parent .
If the policy was renewed correctly each year, then our current policy (for July 1, 2001; to 2002) would have a retroactive date of July 1, 1997.
2) In another case using that same meaning, the court held that "the provisions of the statutory amendment imposing an estate tax on property in an individual trust created by a decedent who reserved enjoyment of income or the right to designate the recipients of property or the income is not retroactive as to a trust created prior to its enactment.
For gifts of tangible personal property, the change is retroactive to July 1, 1992.
3-percent wage increases retroactive to July of 1986 and 1987, and a 4-percent increase retroactive to July 1988.
We believe that health care providers and their patients have the same interests in this matter, and that ultimate resolution of the issues involving Blue Cross' retroactive rescission of patient policies needs to be achieved at the same time and in the same forum.
The swelling in expenditures came as a result of a government-sanctioned increase in the "cost of living" component of public wages, which was approved for retroactive distribution in September 2012 and covered the period February-August 2012.
He suggested it was maliciously altered to falsely reflect he was in favor of giving the employees retroactive pay back to July 2007.
IT'S against the law, not to mention all reason, to apply retroactive punishment to people who have already served their terms.