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When push came to shove, they decided they liked poverty in the midst of plenty just fine — more than they wanted to incur the wrath of Amazon, anyway.
District officials told VOSD county facilities have provided free testing thus far, but a new testing contract with San Diego State will soon incur district costs.
Meanwhile, Sonam and his colleagues are setting up a mechanism for livestock insurance to help herders offset losses incurred because of predator attacks.
Any expense incurred in helping to get income should be deductible.
That figure will be $180 million at a minimum but might not be much more than that, and it is expected to represent a significant drop from last season because of losses incurred because of the coronavirus pandemic.
It also created the H-2A visas as a way for farms to hire migrant workers without incurring the penalties associated with using illegal labor.
Typically, an account holder has just 60 days from the date of the refund to return the money to the 529 account without incurring taxes and the 10 percent penalty on earnings.
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She preferred to die herself rather than to incur the possibility of exposing those who loved her to the guillotine.
Yet it is awkward for these officials to thus act, and in so doing they incur an unpleasant personal responsibility.
The stage has continued to enjoy a species of traditional immunity from all the reprobation which swearing is presumed to incur.

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