Selivanoff

Sel·i·va·noff

(sel'i-vah'nof),
Feodor, 19th-century Russian chemist. See: Selivanoff test.
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Selivanoff benefits, on the grounds that repairs from storm damage, depreciation, and change in crew size were a normal part of a fishing business and would not qualify as extraordinary items.
Secretary of Agriculture, the Court combined Steen with Selivanoff to hold that a level of inquiry greater than that of simply citing one line on a tax return with no further investigation into the claimant's finances is required in benefit claims evaluations.