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Conceptual Level Analogies Test

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CLAT

A neuropsychiatric test designed to gauge abstract verbal reasoning.
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The IRS determined in regard to the first requested ruling that no authority supported the contrary position, and it ruled that the conversion of the CLAT from a nongrantor trust to a grantor trust would not result in a taxable event for the grantor.
The band members, all women, chanted "Bumbu Clat" repeatedly as part of the performance.
A CLAT can be established as a grantor trust or as a nongrantor trust, which is a separate tax-paying entity.
"Every candidate can have alook at their OMR sheet by logging into their account and contact the CLAT Secretariat if they have any grievance," sources added.
The taxpayer-decedent in this case established a testamentary CLAT to benefit a private charitable foundation and the taxpayer's children as remainder beneficiaries.
Take, for example, a donor who wants to set up a 10-year CLAT and zero out the gift to the remainder beneficiaries (see the spreadsheet tab "Fixed").
Taipei Located in TaipeiOs fashionable district, Da-An, the Hotel clat is a new boutique art hotel and the first new luxury hotel to open in the city for many years.
The CRAT is the mirror image of the CLAT. Donor creates a trust and retains an annuity for a period of years with a charity as remainder beneficiary.
In August 2007 he presented to a regional hospital in the Cape Town metropole with cryptococcal meningitis (cerebrospinal fluid culture positive for Cryptococcus neoformans, CLAT titre 1:2 048).
A serum cryptococcal latex agglutination titre (CLAT) at diagnosis was >1:4 096.
With regard to CLATs (and other charitable gifts), the taxpayer may select the lowest 7520 rate for a three-month period up to and including the month the CLAT is created and funded.