- n. Plural form of activity.
“Those directed towards the maintenance of self are called egoistic activities, while those directed to the maintenance of the race are called _phyletic activities_.”
“Limited liability representative offices is to service existing companies are relatively simplistic and contracts between the non-resident company accommodate the interests of minority owners. and a local customer, but not to engage in In sharp contrast, joint stock companies can be commercial activities on its own behalf. extraordinarily complex, particularly in cases Engaging in the so-called \ "commercial of highly negotiated joint ventures with state - activities\" (executing contracts in its own name, owned enterprises, and do not give minority accepting payment for goods, etc.) may result in shareholders very much protection. a representative office's re-classification as a \ "resident, \" thereby being taxed based on local The management structure of a stock company revenues derived from its activity in Ukraine. and that of a limited liability company is very Moreover, the Ukrainian corporate tax similar with a few minor variations.”
“Having the independence and flexibility to make time for family, hobbies or other activities is a huge draw to the entrepreneurial life.”
“Every minute you spend on other activities is another minute during which the government is actively killing people.”
“The U.S. military said the Iranians are suspected of being tied to what they termed activities targeting Iraqi and coalition forces.”
“Though the GAO organizes its reports by subject matter and agency, it also pinpoints “High Risk” areas, which it defines as activities with “greater vulnerabilities to fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement.””
“They exploit poverty and human misery for their own ends, and always behind their activities is the threat of force which has erupted into war in Korea and Malaya; internal chaos in Iran, Egypt, and numerous other places.”
“If his estimate is right, Medicare and Medicaid could save $150 billion to $250 billion a year by eliminating waste, which he defines as "activities that don't have any value.”
“The report concluded that the program "was not a secret or covert effort," and thus not propaganda, which it defined as activities that "are covert, that is, the communications do not reveal to the target audience the government's role in sponsoring the material.”
“The report concluded that the program "was not a secret or covert effort," and thus not propaganda, which it defined as activities that "are covert, that is, the communications do not reveal to the target audience the government's role in sponsoring the material." news networks never disclosed that their military analysts were being briefed by the Pentagon.”
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