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SELL

A gene on chromosome 1q23-q25 that encodes l-selectin, a cell surface adhesion/homing receptor required for binding and rolling of leukocytes on endothelial cells, facilitating leukocyte migration into secondary lymphoid organs and inflammation sites. 

Molecular pathology
SELL polymorphisms are associated with various diseases, including IgA nephropathy.
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Therefore, the client receives long-term capital gain treatment on the contract's sale so long as the client sells this purchase contract more than one year after the client signed that contract.
When travel agents try to sell insurance, questions arise about licensing regulations and who is permitted to sell insurance.
If such selling increases sharply, it might be a good time to sell, he says.
Most items sell for far less, and the money the studios take in is minuscule compared with box-office receipts.
R sells his home on that date to his employer at a $75,000 gain.
Shareholders owning real estate used by the business can either sell that real estate to the buying company (receiving capital gain treatment with the exception of recapture income) or the shareholders can rent that real estate to the buying entity (where the rents will be taxed to the receiving shareholders at ordinary income rates).
When shorting a stock, you have to pay a commission to your broker for each transaction--one when you sell and another when you buy.
121(d)(2), if the surviving, spouse sells the property prior to any remarriage and the deceased spouse satisfied the age and ownership/use tests, the surviving spouse can make a Sec.
Everyone said you can't sell computers that way, but Dell did it and now owns half of the PC market.
If your goal is for the stock to increase 20%, sell it if it reaches that point.
In most parts of the world, to sell something short is to underestimate its value.