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statement

Vox populi A verbal or written assertion of a thing. See Explanation of benefits statement, Mission statement, Modified summary statement.

statement,

n 1. a printed form stating the balance of the account due the dental professional.
2. in computer programming a meaningful expression or generalized instruction in a source language.
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This press release, and other statements that Ardent may make, including statements about the benefits of the transaction with Avantair, contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act, with respect to Ardent's and Avantair's future financial or business performance, strategies and expectations.
The consideration of materiality is complex and requires substantial professional judgment in preparing or auditing financial statements.
Two of the taxpayers made adjustments to their December 1996 financial statements to reflect the increase in the LIFO reserves for both monthly and year-to-date calculations.
Financial statements should not include forward-looking information, nor should they try to provide a company's value.
All increases in additional paid-in capital recognized in the company's financial statements related to tax benefits from stock-based compensation during the periods following adoption of Statement no.
Questions 1-3 ask about corporate financial statements and publicly traded common stock.
Public entities (other than those filing as small business issuers) will be required to apply Statement 123(R) as of the first interim or annual reporting period that begins after June 15, 2005.
It was published on Friday September 27th, 1968 , at the Fort Garry Hotel in Winnipeg and was entitled "Canadian Bishops' Statement on the Encyclical Humanae vitae.
Here's why: Contrary to popular opinion, mission statements are not for public consumption.
The FBI has adapted traditional statement analysis methods to focus on whether statements are accurate and complete.
I'm talking about the mission statements that have real power because they are the cornerstones of legitimate business turnaround programs directed by executives who are committed to positive change in themselves and their organizations.
Members of Epstein Becker & Green's Washington office were able to meet with DOJ and FTC staff prior to the release of the policy statement and proposed numerous changes, some of which were adopted.

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