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gifted

(gĭf′tĭd)
adj.
1. Endowed with great natural ability, intelligence, or talent: a gifted child; a gifted pianist.
2. Revealing special talent: a gifted rendition of the aria.

gift′ed·ly adv.
gift′ed·ness n.
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According to Perrone (1997), the career is central to the identity of gifted individuals, and gifted persons are more likely to work at one job for life, going against current trends that show typical workers changing jobs, occupations, and careers multiple times.
Gallagher (2004) pointed out that schools need gifted students' high test scores to bolster the overall averages, and, with current emphasis on inclusion, if average and below-average students are doing test-taking exercises, then so are the gifted students.
In the case of gifted learners, above-average verbal ability would suggest the potential for advanced linguistic understanding.
Kottmeyer says she believes the way she's navigated the public education system on behalf of her kids is "the least worst option," but adds that the situation for most gifted kids in public schools is getting worse.
For a gifted FLP limited partner interest to qualify for the annual gift tax exclusion under Subsection 2503(b)--$11,000 per donee, per year--the limited partner interest must be a present interest.
Regardless of the level of their actual academic achievement, and regardless of cutoff scores for identification in their particular school, gifted students are at the upper end of the bell curve of school abilities.
Practical guide to counseling the gifted in a school setting (2nd ed.).
If, on the other hand, J creates a trust for E using funds gifted from E, the government may deem it a trust created by E, and impose a 60-month look-back period.
In light of the interplay between the SOL and the adequate disclosure rules, taxpayers should submit a qualified appraisal, even if they believe that the value of the gifted interest is under the annual exclusion amount, to ensure that the SOL expires.
2503(b) annual exclusion for the gifts, arguing that they were present-interest gifts, because the gifted units had rights identical to the units the Hackls retained.
Other tax attributes of the gifted asset may be transferred to a donee as well.
In Hartmann, DC Ill (6/24/99), a taxpayer gifted shares of stock in a closely held construction company to her children and grandchildren.