In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Generally, if your total deductions are greater than the standard, you should itemize your deductions.
- Please ensure your remittance advice itemises all the invoices you are paying.
- When the total of all your itemized deductions exceeds the standard deduction, you should itemize.
- At the end of each review, Monk itemized the typically Canadian themes and motifs in the film.
- For more details on itemized deductions, see the instructions for Schedule A, Itemized Deductions.
- After itemising the various forms of forbidden relationships the Torah states the following.
- The Fife sculptor and Royal Academician itemises his latest creations for our benefit.
- If funding is provided for a short-term project, at its conclusion, a report is required itemising expenditure and summarising activities and outcomes.
- The company's tooling list itemizes 50 tools now.
- Films filled the gap, and he fondly itemises those he enjoyed ‘as a youngster‘.
- This was going on for some months and by scrutinising itemised bills we got solid evidence.
- Currently, those who don't itemize get no federal tax breaks for such donations.
- Let me now itemise some of the features of this organisation, and select aspects of the novel which illustrate them.
- To reissue the itemized bill on subscriber request, regardless of the pay monthly price plan, a $1 monthly fee applies.
- For those contracts, you must itemize and bill everything separately.
- Each item had been correctly itemised and I could only presume that ‘the machine’ had got it wrong.
- It said if pharmacists charged the new fees ‘they must be itemised, clearly indicated and transparent’.
- Ron Paige, the secretary of education, as you point out, itemized some of the accomplishments of this administration, and they're actually rather substantial.
- Section 2 itemises the three tiers in designing and making, and the use of materials, components and ingredients.
- Mr Wood said the police seized a large amount of drink, which had not yet been itemised.
- Rent and repairs qualify as partially allowable itemized tax deductions if you have a home office.
- The law itemises the 90 categories of information subject to classification as state secrets.
- If you are requesting an itemized bill for only certain classes or certain sessions, please note this on the form.
- The following table itemizes the choices for this property.
- We have itemized all of the sources used by our intelligence community.
- I think I'll itemise the 255 songs in a separate entry and put it in the ‘Favourites’ menu a little later, but I thought it might interest you to know who made the cut.
- The retailer must charge you for each bag, and this must be itemised separately on your receipt.
- But Grandin is interested in more than tallying body counts and itemising atrocities.
- So your total miscellaneous itemized deductions must exceed $1,000 in order for you to claim a penny.
- The above factors dictate our approach to trout in this province which can be itemised as follows.
- All state and local tax deductions, casualty and theft losses, and miscellaneous itemized deductions are disallowed.
- Wells proves an excellent researcher, concerned not only to evoke the smell of the greasepaint and the roar of the crowd, but also to itemise and describe the fashion-driven merchandise of the day.
- The things that can be done are too many to be itemized for a county so big.
- If you are concerned about your telephone bills, it is worth asking your telephone company to itemise all calls.
- Agencies receive a quarterly charging report which itemises the storage and lending costs they have incurred.
- The full extent of the losses in this respect will only become apparent when the looting at the National Library is itemised.
- In each instance we will prepare a quotation itemising the content to be provided and the cost to the Client.
- To take the deduction, the owner must itemize his or her deductions and can have only one second home.
- If you receive a receipt that isn't itemized, ask your drugstore or health care provider to give you one.
- In the above piece, I haven't begun to itemize all that he did in his incredible career.
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