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year

(yēr),
An approximately 365-day period, the time the earth takes to revolve around the sun.
[O.E. gēar ]
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Already stretched thin battling gang violence amid strained recruitment drives, the LAPD will see its chronic officer shortage grow even more acute later this year when a battalion-size group of senior officers leaves the force.
Their departure will hit the specialized ranks, such as homicide and robbery detectives, especially hard, and will come on top of the hundreds of other officers who leave the LAPD through attrition every year.
964-1T(c)(3) must be met; further, the designated shareholder must complete and file Form 1128, Application to Adopt, Change, or Retain a Tax Year, on behalf of the foreign corporation, with its tax return for its tax year with or within which the foreign corporation's effective year ends.
A CFC changing to the required tax year, a 52-53-week tax year referencing such required year, the one-month deferral year or a 52-53-week year referencing the one-month deferral year, is not required to file Form 1128.
The payout rate must be at least 5 percent, but not more than 50 percent, of trust assets, generally valued on a specific date each year.
Broker of the Year Greenwich Village: Mara Papasoff.
After Year l, the counselors discovered that 85% of students who received 10 or more contacts reenrolled, versus 69% of the students with fewer than 10 contacts.
com Year established: 1993 Fiscal year: January-December Number of employees: 4,500 CEO/Pres: Mike Wilson CFO: Bruce Waterman VP, Wholesale Mktg & Distribution (N.
His company will build about 40 individual homes this year in the south end, Hanmer, Chelmsford and Lively, employing between 50 and 60 individual sub trades.
The 36-year-old deputy, who had more than 9 years of law enforcement experience, was dispatched to conduct a well-being check on an individual.
However, given the amount of sampling variation and other non-persistent fluctuations in test-score levels and gains, schools with particularly low test scores in one year would be expected to bounce back in subsequent years.
It was a pioneer in employee participation and gain shoring back in 1950; today, employee stock ownership has been boosted to 16 percent, from 10 percent several years earlier, with o goal of reaching 25.