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  • Now that would make a great television event – a 2-hour pre-cap, that would show us Rossum and the Dollhouse in the first 2 seasons and where it all leads – the final few hours of TV Apocalyptic Epitath.

    Dollhouse Series Finale: Epitath Two

  • Here is the episode pre-cap, or description from the ABC press release:

    FlashForward Retruns March 18th with 'Revelation Zero'

  • For purposes of the cap, fiscal capacity is measured, on a per-capita basis, as the sum of non-resource fiscal capacity, one hundred percent resource fiscal capacity, (pre-cap) Equalization entitlements and payments under the Accord legislation (applicable only to Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador).

    APEC assessment of Budget 2007 and Equalization

  • "I think they would be a dynasty under the salary cap," says Johnson, who won two pre-cap Super Bowls with the Dallas Cowboys.

    USATODAY.com

  • On the afternoon of the presentation, at approximately 2:00 pm, I was contacted by telephone by officials from Finance Canada to explain that the eligibility criterion for the Atlantic Accord that was contained the Budget Implementation Act, 2007 was not pre-cap equalization as I had assumed in my presentation.

    Wade Locke's latest analysis

  • But, more importantly, before finalizing my analysis, I consulted with provincial government officials who confirmed that the pre-cap equalization eligibility criterion was their assumption as well.

    Wade Locke's latest analysis

  • This assumption was based on the fact that it seemed reasonable to assume that pre-cap equalization was the eligibility criterion because pre-cap equalization was used to calculate the value of the Accord payments.

    Wade Locke's latest analysis

  • Based on the responses that I received from those officials on April 2, 2007, I finalized my assumption about the pre-cap equalization eligibility criterion.

    Wade Locke's latest analysis

  • As explained in a follow-up email at 4:40 pm on Wednesday afternoon, government policy, as outlined in the Budget Implementation Act, specified an eligibility criterion that was different than the pre-cap equalization criterion that was assumed in my presentation.

    Wade Locke's latest analysis

  • Response #1: Your assumption is correct; it is the pre-cap equalization amounts that are used in the Accord calculations.

    Wade Locke's latest analysis

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  • "And coming up: the pre-cap of the recap!"? Hope that's what it means. I love it.

    August 27, 2007