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en·ti·ty

(en'ti-tē),
An independent thing; that which contains in itself all the conditions essential to individuality; that which forms of itself a complete whole; medically, denoting a separate and distinct disease or condition.
[L. ens (ent-), being, pres. p. of esse, to be]

entity

(ĕn′tĭ-tē) [L. ens, being]
1. A thing existing independently, containing in itself all the conditions necessary to individuality.
2. Something that forms a complete whole, denoting a distinct condition or disease.

en·ti·ty

(en'ti-tē)
Independent thing; that which contains in itself all conditions essential to individuality.
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The express business purpose of the entity is to invest in real estate properties for total return including an objective to realize capital appreciation (through disposal of its real estate properties, for example).
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Certain tax jurisdictions allow that tax payments made by an entity are attributable to the owners of the entity and may be claimed by the owners as a payment against their own personal income tax.
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Normal cost refers to the post employment benefits other than pension that the entity will be responsible for in the future for the current year of service.
1503(d)-1(b)(4), a "separate unit" is defined as a foreign branch ("foreign branch separate unit") or an interest in a hybrid entity ("hybrid entity separate unit").
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The Title II entity will then understand all the issues involved and be in a strong position to review the program requirements from an informed perspective.
Other developments focus on creating the ability to represent, in a simulated entity, the knowledge and, to some extent, experiences typical of individuals from specific cultures or groups.
The accuracy of the data's representation of the entity and environment from which it originated, as well as its currency, are factors of data quality.
As such, Fitch believes the probability of default for the two entities is equal and therefore links the entities' IDRs, signaling that neither entity should have a lower probability of default as any excessive cash flows and/or assets of one entity would be used to support the other entity if ever necessary.