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shelter

A facility in the US with less than 100 beds that may house abused women and their children, the homeless, or other disenfranchised persons, providing a place to sleep, food and clothing.
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The sheltering imposed many constraints and limitations but these were judged as beneficial or even necessary to protect self-esteem.
announced an agreement with Sheltering Arms Rehabilitation Hospital (Mechanicsville, Va.
In addition to sheltering animals flown in through the Marin County Humane Society, HSSV has also agreed to:
Estimates show California loses $600 million to $1 billion in tax money annually through abusive tax sheltering.
These leads help to identify taxpayers, promoters, and the tax schemes involved in improperly sheltering income.
California has recently obtained thousands of leads from the Internal Revenue Service, states, and other sources that help identify investors, promoters, and tax schemes involved in sheltering income.
Estimates show California loses from $600 million to $1 billion in tax money annually through abusive tax sheltering.