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Senator Mundt's gross distortion of President Eisenhower's conversation into a denunciation of President Kennedy as too left wing, a statement Mr. Eisenhower declared to be entirely false, is another case in point.
A minor who has gross income of less than $600 is entitled to a refund if income tax was withheld from his wages.
The industry with which this model is concerned is a basic industry, producing a substantial share of gross national product.
The total is the probably gross income from farming.
With cash receipts from marketings expected to be slightly above 1960, farmers' gross income is estimated at $39.5 billion, $1.5 billion above 1960's record high.
The state's occupation tax is computed on gross sales.
The following is a chart of trend of gross domestic product of Azerbaijan at market prices with figures in millions of Manats.
Such a thin chronology and little background knowledge has led to gross misinterpretations of his works, and thus further investigation must always be done to conclude with confidence that Aelbert Cuyp is the genuine source of such great paintings.
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Bulgaria is an industrialised upper-middle-income country according to the World Bank with a gross national income per capita of US $ 6, 280 in 2010.
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The economy of the Cayman Islands, a British overseas territory located in the western Caribbean Sea, is mainly fueled by the tourism sector and by the financial services sector, together representing 70-80 percent of the country's gross domestic product ( GDP ).
Its debt burden is considerable, and the country has seen a decline in per capita gross national product over the last 40 years.
Economy of Croatia is a service-based economy with the tertiary sector accounting for 70 % of total gross domestic product ( GDP ).
The chakras are placed at differing levels of spiritual subtlety, with Sahasrara at the top being concerned with pure consciousness, and Muladhara at the bottom being concerned with matter, which is seen simply as condensed, or gross consciousness.
Appointment of a trustee requires some wrongdoing or gross mismanagement on the part of existing management and is relatively rare.
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According to this notation, duodecimal 50 expresses the same quantity as decimal 60 (= five times twelve ), duodecimal 60 is equivalent to decimal 72 (= six times twelve = half a gross ), duodecimal 100 has the same value as decimal 144 (= twelve times twelve
If the board is classified, then directors cannot be removed unless there is gross misconduct.
For the sake of the example ( and this is a gross simplification ), let's assume that he values this particular risk at 5 % per annum ( we could perform a more precise probabilistic analysis of the risk, but that is beyond the scope of this article ).

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and he wrote also the masterpiece of frontier humor, `` The Big Bear Of Arkansas '', in which earthy realism is placed alongside the exaggeration of the backwoods tall-tale and the awe with which man contemplates the grandeur and the mysteries of nature.
It is not an exaggeration to say that the state government has little or no fiscal control over these units of government.
It would hardly be an exaggeration to say that ninety per cent of the energy of most churches -- whether in terms of finance or spiritual concern -- is poured into the private and domestic interests of the members.
" It is often said that Korzybski opposed the use of the verb " to be ," which is an exaggeration ( see " Criticisms " below ).
The line between myth and tall tale is distinguished primarily by age ; many myths exaggerate the exploits of their heroes, but in tall tales the exaggeration looms large, to the extent of becoming the whole of the story.
Later on, they attacked the city of Noreia ( in modern Austria ) shortly before a group of Boii ( 32, 000 according to Julius Caesar-the number is probably an exaggeration ) joined the Helvetii in their attempt to settle in western Gaul.
" This is a gross exaggeration.
The family reached the peak of its power under Fujiwara no Michinaga ( 966-1027 ), a longtime kampaku who was the grandfather of three emperors, the father of six empresses or imperial consorts, and the grandfather of seven additional imperial consorts ; it is no exaggeration to say that it was Michinaga who ruled Japan during this period, not the titular Emperors.
This is probably a gross exaggeration but remains indicative of the scale of the invasion.
Use of sarcasm, humor, exaggeration, and profanity is common.
The view is from the Boxing the compass | NNE ; vertical exaggeration is 10x.
It is no exaggeration to say that Moríñigo headed a pro-Axis regime.
It is perhaps no small exaggeration to claim that most western philosophers since Kant, even if they disagree with him, have had to find some way to respond to his revolutionary ideas.
A common feature of satire is strong irony or sarcasm —" in satire, irony is militant "— but parody, burlesque, exaggeration, juxtaposition, comparison, analogy, and double entendre are all frequently used in satirical speech and writing.
We here catch a glimpse of the circumstances which were winning over good men to monasticism in the West, though the evidence of an enthusiastic votary of the solitary life, such as Severus was, is probably not free from exaggeration.
Given the fact that many of the royal depictions of Akhenaten often featured such an elongated head, it is likely an exaggeration of a family trait, rather than a distinct abnormality.
Since it was his long-standing advocacy of Athenian naval power which enabled the Allied fleet to fight at all, and it was his stratagem that brought about the Battle of Salamis, it is probably not an exaggeration to say, as Plutarch does, that Themistocles " is thought to have been the man most instrumental in achieving the salvation of Hellas ".
According to the US Library of Congress exhibit " Religion and the Founding of the American Republic " " It is no exaggeration to say that on Sundays in Washington during the administrations of Thomas Jefferson ( 1801-1809 ) and of James Madison ( 1809-1817 ) the state became a church.
Although William of Jumieges's claim that the ducal fleet numbered 3, 000 ships is clearly an exaggeration, it was probably large and mostly built from scratch.
He states that even though 350, 000 troops have been killed in German attacks so far, that the Germans have lost 4. 5 million soldiers ( a gross exaggeration ) and that Soviet victory is near.
* June 2 – Mark Twain, responding to rumors that he is dead, is quoted by the New York Journal as saying, " The report of my death was an exaggeration.

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