- n. Obsolete spelling of April.
“The chief limit is that the annual payment to buy or rent the home may not exceed its rental value, Ms. Aprill says.”
“Before the Driscoll decision, most tax experts believed the parsonage allowance only applied to one home, says Ellen Aprill , a professor at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles who studies tax issues involving religious institutions.”
“Whan that Aprill, with his shoures soote, The droghte of March hath perced to the roote ....”
“CNN, why don't you give us the whole picture of polls from today, Aprill 30..”
“Washington's Institute for Sustainable Communities has a Leadership for a Changing World component, with web interviews, including one with Arnie Aprill, the founder of the Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education (CAPE), in which Aprill states:”
“Aprill goes on to site the research of Shirley Brice Heath, Stanford Professor of Linguistics and English, which shows, that:”
“So, I think we just need to finish Aprill with a .500 record.”
“But Prof. Aprill warns that some schools will need to restructure aspects of their programs to comply with the IRS ruling.”
“Aprill Loyola-L.A. offers some thoughts on the Tax Court case we blogged yesterday, Moloney v.”
“Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Aprill Op-Ed on Murphy:”
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