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ad·vance

(ad-vants'),
To move forward.
[Fr. avancer, to set forward]

advance

Medspeak
noun A popular term for a step forward in knowledge.
 
Military 
verb To move one’s battle front forward.
 
Surgery
noun The stretching of tissue to cover a defect.

advance

(ăd-vans′) [Fr. avancer, to set forth]
To carry out the surgical procedure of advancement.

ad·vance

(ad-vans)
To move forward.
[Fr. avancer, to set forward]
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451-5(b) sets forth the circumstances under which a taxpayer can defer recognizing income from an advance payment for goods.
Taxpayers wishing to change their accounting method for advance payments under either Rev.
Employers also benefit from promoting advance EITC payments - they can help employees increase their take-home pay at no cost to the business.
Advance EITC payments are based on the total income workers expect their families to earn in a year.
We are extremely pleased to announce the commencement of construction of our second signature speculative office building at Advance at Bridgewater," said Frank Pratt, vice president of marketing.