Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun An opening between two rooms, especially a shelved space between a kitchen and dining room that is used for passing food.
  • noun A route through which something is permitted to pass.
  • noun A financial security collateralized by a portfolio of mortgages or other loans, the income from which is passed through an intermediary before being distributed to investors in fixed payments.
  • noun The policy, practice, or act of paying for an increased cost by raising the price charged to one's customers or clients.

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  • noun an opening that resembles a window between two rooms (especially a shelved opening between a kitchen and dining room that is used to pass dishes)

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Examples

  • The agreements with the European countries will not provide an exemption from Fatca for any jurisdiction, but if a country were to oblige all of its financial institutions to automatically hand over all account data related to Americans, then it could obtain blanket exemption for its banks to transfer funds between themselves without being subject to the so-called pass-through payment withholding requirement for transactions with noncompliant institutions.

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  • The agreements with the European countries will not provide an exemption from Fatca for any jurisdiction, but if a country were to oblige all of its financial institutions to automatically hand over all account data related to Americans, then it could obtain blanket exemption for its banks to transfer funds between themselves without being subject to the so-called pass-through payment withholding requirement for transactions with noncompliant institutions.

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  • The agreements with the European countries will not provide an exemption from Fatca for any jurisdiction, but if a country were to oblige all of its financial institutions to automatically hand over all account data related to Americans, then it could obtain blanket exemption for its banks to transfer funds between themselves without being subject to the so-called pass-through payment withholding requirement for transactions with noncompliant institutions.

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  • I don't know that the 300 grains is any better than the 240 grains since mine are almost always pass-through lung shots and deer don't really slow either slug down that much from what I've seen.

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  • I don't know that the 300 grains is any better than the 240 grains since mine are almost always pass-through lung shots and deer don't really slow either slug down that much from what I've seen.

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  • The Komen group also said it preferred to give grants to groups that perform mammograms themselves, rather than "pass-through" funding.

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  • "The charge for natural gas is a pass-through so we do not profit from it," he said.

    Susan Buchanan: Moderate Fuel Prices Should Keep Heating Bills in Check

  • (IMHO) And pass-through lung shot deer are very easy to track.

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  • "The charge for natural gas is a pass-through so we do not profit from it," he said.

    Susan Buchanan: Moderate Fuel Prices Should Keep Heating Bills in Check

  • Assuming a full pass-through, that would increase the imported price of the iPhone by a mere 70 cents, or less than 0.5%.

    Don't Be Fooled By Misleading U.S.-China Trade Data

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