Fast forward to their college years. Graham is a star hockey player at Harkness college. He dates and sleeps with women. He is so deeply in the closet and has molded himself so tight that he never, ever wants to let on for a single instance that he might be gay.
In subsequent work, the ovulation rate associated with the high allele has been higher than reported here with an average of four ova for carriers versus one for non-carriers (unpublished). Multiple causes may contribute to the lesser difference between carrier and non-carriers reported here and include possible increase in ovulation rate with age, as has been observed previously for polygenic ovulation rate , and possible inaccuracy in ultrasonic evaluation (BWK) leading to understatement of true ovulation rate for carrier females. Corpora lutea diameter in carrier females is significantly smaller than in non-carriers which may have led to some errors in corpora lutea count in the initial group of females (average count rose from 1.51± 0.38 to 1.88 ± 0.81 CL from the first to third years of evaluation). One might expect that the presence of MARC twinner genetics within the herd would contribute to an overstatement of ovulation rate, however that contribution would be equivalent for both carrier and non-carrier females, apart from interaction between loci, and MARC twinner genetics comprised a small part of the genetic make-up of the herd as evidenced by the modest twinning rate within the herd in the year preceding the onset of this study (~5%). Anecdotal evidence of the understatement of ovulation rate comes also from an abortion rate among carrier females in the UW herd in excess of 50% with the observable late term abortions typically being triplet and quadruplet pregnancies. For practical application of this allele it will be necessary to modulate ovulation rate. Nutritional, hormonal, or physical approaches may be ways to achieve this. The increase of ovulation rate in response to increased energy and/or protein in the diet of swine and sheep is well known  and the opposite treatment might reduce ovulation rate for this allele. Regarding hormonal treatment, research with ewes possessing the BMPR1B allele has demonstrated the ability to reduce ovulation rate through administration of estradiol , presumably due to negative feedback effects on follicle stimulating hormone release from the pituitary. Finally, selective ablation of follicles by ultrasound-guided follicular aspiration would be a means of specifically reducing ovulation rate to two ova, preferentially bi-lateral ovulation, maximizing chances for twin pregnancy .
What is the amount of the debit and the credit?Answer $1,000. Computation: 12% per year is 1% per month X $100,000 = $1,000 per month. Another method is Principal X Rate X Time = $100,000 X .12 X 1/12 = $1,000. As of December 31, the company owes just one month of interest. When the note becomes due, the company will have to remit six months of interest for a total of $6,000 ($100,000 X .12 X 6/12).
What is the amount of the debit and the credit?Answer $1,000. Computation: 12% per year is 1% per month X $100,000 = $1,000 per month. Another method is Principal X Rate X Time = $100,000 X .12 X 1/12 = $1,000.As of December 31 the bank has earned just one month of interest. When the note becomes due, the bank will collect six months of interest for a total of $6,000 ($100,000 X .12 X 6/12).
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1. Capital which is inventory, except wine while in the hands of a farm winery producer as defined in § 4.1-100, merchandise located in a foreign trade zone as defined in subdivision 7 of this subsection and any agricultural product held in this Commonwealth by any manufacturer for manufacturing or processing which is of such nature as customarily requires storage and processing for periods of more than one year in order to age or condition such product for manufacture. Such agricultural product shall be includible in inventory for one tax year only and after being taxed for one year shall thereafter be excluded for all succeeding tax years;
Intangible personal property shall be returned for taxation as of January 1 of every year. The status of all persons, firms, corporations and other taxpayers liable to taxation on intangible personal property shall be fixed and the value of all intangible personal property returned for taxation shall be taken as of such date in each year.
If the amount of tax computed by the Department is greater than the amount theretofore assessed, the excess shall be assessed by the Tax Commissioner and notice of the same shall be mailed to the taxpayer. The taxpayer shall remit such additional tax to the Department within thirty days from the date of such notice. In such case, if the return was made in good faith and the understatement of the amount in the return was not due to any fault of the taxpayer, there shall be no penalty on the additional tax because of such understatement, but interest shall be added to the amount of the deficiency at a rate determined in accordance with § 58.1-15, from the time the return was required by law to be filed until paid. If the understatement is false or fraudulent with intent to evade the tax a penalty of 100 percent shall be added together with interest on the tax at a rate determined in accordance with § 58.1-15, from the time the return was required by law to be filed until paid. Nothing contained in this section shall prevent the taxpayer from applying for a correction of any assessment as provided in Chapter 18, Article 2 (§ 58.1-1820 et seq.) of this title.
The taxes imposed by this chapter shall be assessed within three years from the date on which such taxes became due and payable, except that in the case of a false or fraudulent return with intent to evade payment of such taxes, or a failure to file a return, the taxes may be assessed at any time within six years from such date.
If any tax or part thereof is not paid in full when due, there shall be added to the amount unpaid a penalty of five percent of the amount thereof. The entire tax or any unpaid balance thereof, together with penalty, shall immediately become collectible. Interest upon such unpaid balance and the penalty provided by this section shall be added at a rate determined in accordance with § 58.1-15, from one month after the tax was originally due until paid. In the case of an additional tax assessed by the commissioner of the revenue, if the return was made in good faith and the understatement of the amount in the return was not due to any fault of the taxpayer, there shall be no penalty on the additional tax because of such understatement, but interest shall be added to the amount of the deficiency at a rate determined in accordance with § 58.1-15, from the time the said return was required by law to be filed until paid.
Each county and city treasurer shall proceed promptly to collect all intangible personal property taxes for the tax year that have been assessed by the commissioner of the revenue and remain unpaid after the time fixed by law for payment and shall continue his efforts so to collect until the close of the then current calendar year. The collection of such taxes shall be enforced by legal process to the extent collection cannot be accomplished otherwise, and all remedies available to the county or city treasurer for the collection of other taxes shall apply to the collection of intangible personal property taxes.
Within thirty-one days after the close of each calendar year, the treasurer shall transmit to the Department in the form it may prescribe, such information as the Department may require with respect to all assessments that the commissioner of the revenue made during such calendar year and that the treasurer was unable to collect. The Department, upon receiving and examining the same, shall certify to the Comptroller the necessary information to enable the Comptroller to give such treasurer proper credit on the Comptroller's books for all unpaid items, and such treasurer shall not receive any of such taxes after he has transmitted such information to the Department, but the same shall be paid directly into the state treasury. Section 58.1-1800 shall not apply with respect to the intangible property taxes covered by this paragraph. 2b1af7f3a8