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- adj. That must be reported to the proper authorities; notifiable
- adj. Capable of being reported on.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable or admitting of being reported.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- That may be reported; fit to be reported.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of income) required by law to be reported
- adj. meriting report
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Second, any information reported about immunizations is only reportable from a population standpoint, so at no time can an individual's immunization status be shared with outside sources.
I almost get the impression from writers about this subject that they think people making choices should be, and are, aiming to increase their long term reportable level of happiness.
MRSA has never been what public-health professionals call a reportable disease, for which physicians must notify health departments and health departments must notify the CDC.
In addition, so-called reportable transactions -- deals that have some hallmark of potentially being an abusive tax shelter -- lowered U.S. companies 'taxable income by $30.6 billion during 2005, the data show.
Further, the AHPA does not authorize the USDA to require reporting movements, vet visits, or any of the 23 'reportable' events listed in NAIS documents.
The flu isn't a "reportable" livestock illness, meaning farmers aren't compelled to tell the government if they find it, as opposed to a disease like foot-and-mouth.
If a person was using SSI as a basis for income to live in MExico it would be difficult to maintain that eligibility because it is tied to other more "reportable" services such as medicaid and food stamps.
This article focuses on two pieces of the anti-tax shelter rules: (1) the rules that define "reportable" transactions and require taxpayers and advisors to disclose those transactions and (2) the Circular 230 rules that govern tax opinions.
In Oregon where I practice, spanking is not a "reportable" child abuse offense unless it is excessive (as in leaving bruises for instance).
The wife and children in Household One have no reportable income at all.