The denomination AD 89 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.
Freehold, Iowa - This once Godly country has now sunk a little further into its amoral quagmire as it wallows its way back to Gomorrah.
troisième sexe, referring to masculine women in 1817 and homosexuals in 1847.
First used by Lord Byron and others in English in reference to Catholic clergy. sex (countable and uncountable, plural The translations below need to be checked and inserted above into the appropriate translation tables, removing any numbers.
Interest for underpayments: If final taxable income exceeds the provisional tax paid, the taxpayer must pay interest in respect of provisional tax underpayments to the extent that taxpayer’s taxable income exceeds the amount indicated.
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What has happened to this world when little American girls are acting like Siamese sluts and doing NC-17 things before they can even get in a PG-13 movie?
Unless you are planning on giving birth to the Son of God, girls under the age of 12 are not to participate in sexual activity of any kind.
Just because the Lord God courted and wooed Mary when she was 12, doesn't give every little nubile pre-teen the license to spread her legs every time someone she doesn't know appears at her window and says flattering things to her!
The rate of tax referred to in section 2(1) of this Act, in respect of the taxable income of companies (other than a public benefit organisation or recreational club referred to in paragraph 5 or a small business corporation referred to in paragraph 6) in respect of any year of assessment ending during the twelve month period ending on 31 March 2008, is, subject to the provisions of paragraph 9, as follows:—29 per cent of the taxable income of any company (excluding taxable income referred to in subparagraphs (b), (c), (d), (e), (f) and (g)) or, in the case of such a company which mines for gold on any gold mine and which is in terms of an option exercised by it exempt from the payment of secondary tax on companies, 37 per cent;on each rand of the taxable income derived by any company from mining for gold on any gold mine with the exclusion of so much of the taxable income as the Commissioner for the South African Revenue Service determines to be attributable to the inclusion in the gross income of any amount referred to in paragraph (j) of the definition of ‘‘gross income’’ in section 1 of the Income Tax Act, 1962, but after the set-off of any assessed loss in terms of section 20(1) of that Act, a percentage determined in accordance with the formula: y = 35 — or, in the case of a company which is in terms of an option exercised by it exempt from the payment of secondary tax on companies, in accordance with the formula: y = 45 — 225 in which formulae y represents such percentage and x the ratio expressed as a percentage which the taxable income so derived (with the said exclusion, but before the set-off of any assessed loss or deduction which is not attributable to the mining for gold from the said mine) bears to the income so derived (with the said exclusion); on each rand of the taxable income of any company, the sole or principal business of which in the Republic is, or has been, mining for gold and the determination of the taxable income of which for the period assessed does not result in an assessed loss, which the Commissioner for the South African Revenue Service determines to be attributable to the inclusion in its gross income of any amount referred to in paragraph (j) of the definition of ‘‘gross income’’ in section 1 of the Income Tax Act, 1962, a rate equal to the average rate of normal tax or 29 cents, whichever is higher: Provided that for the purposes of this subparagraph, the average rate of normal tax shall be determined by dividing the total normal tax (excluding the tax determined in accordance with this subparagraph for the period assessed) paid by the company in respect of its aggregate taxable income from mining for gold on any gold mine for the period from which that company commenced its gold mining operations on that gold mine to the end of the period assessed, by the number of Rands contained in the said aggregate taxable income; Provided that the tax determined in accordance with any of subparagraphs (a) to (g), inclusive, shall be payable in addition to the tax determined in accordance with any other of the said paragraphs.
The rate of tax referred to in section 2(1) of this Act to be levied in respect of each rand of taxable income of any public benefit organisation that has been approved by the Commissioner in terms of section 30(3) of the Income Tax Act, 1962 (Act No.