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recharacterisation

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  • noun Alternative form of recharacterization.

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Examples

  • To validate this by the same logic requires a recharacterisation of the marginalised culture as dominant in relation to the sub-culture.

    The Power and the Piss

  • To validate this by the same logic requires a recharacterisation of the marginalised culture as dominant in relation to the sub-culture.

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • You proceed to repeat your recharacterisation rather a lot.

    Answers to the House Committee on Cross-Validation Statistics « Climate Audit

  • In my opinion, your recharacterisation to “imminent”, without the geological context, is a deliberate distortion.

    Answers to the House Committee on Cross-Validation Statistics « Climate Audit

  • The concept of recharacterisation in a Canadian transfer pricing context permits tax authorities to reassess transactions undertaken by non-arm's length parties when it is determined that the transactions are not consistent with similar transactions, that would normally be undertaken by arm's length parties.

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  • The concept of recharacterisation in a Canadian transfer pricing context permits tax authorities to reassess transactions undertaken by non-arm's length parties when it is determined that the transactions are not consistent with similar transactions, that would normally be undertaken by arm's length parties.

    Mondaq.Com - feed of articles

  • The concept of recharacterisation in a Canadian transfer pricing context permits tax authorities to reassess transactions undertaken by non-arm's length parties when it is determined that the transactions are not consistent with similar transactions, that would normally be undertaken by arm's length parties.

    Mondaq.Com - feed of articles

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