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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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Clients who might be classified as "dealers," and taxed at high ordinary rates because they regularly bought and sold property in the past, still can structure their future sales transactions to be taxed at lower long-term capital gain rates.
Taxpayers age 55 and over who recently sold a principal residence and did not make a pre-TRA '97 Sec.
The selling shareholder's received buyer's stock has a stock basis essentially the same as the selling shareholder's sold business' stock.
If the home is not sold within two years of the time the NRX vacates it, it will no longer qualify as his principal residence under Sec.
However, I didn't think Sara Lee would go much higher, so I sold it.
They boldly sold off their entire portfolio and replaced it with three stocks: Goto.
In the beginning, they sold PCs equal in quality at less than half the Compaq price -- and people liked the idea of buying directly from Dell because most dealers weren't that technically knowledgeable.
But there's virtually no limit to a stock's price when it starts moving higher, so your loss can be much greater if you've sold the stock short.
Universal sold a ``Star Trek'' tunic designed for William Shatner for $3,225.
if you paid $3,000 for 100 shares and you sold them for $3,500, the $500 is taxable as capital gains A benefit of holding stocks is you avoid taxes on any increased value, Kay says.
Also, CD's end-of-day price average traded to depressed levels since last week; with that in mind, our researchers generally find that this is good information in regard to traders who sold calls over the last week or so.
If you guess wrong, and the stock price goes up, say to $800, you will have to buy the stock back at a price higher than when you sold it.