One of the chief military officers of a government or country; the commander of an army, of a body of men not less than a brigade. In European armies, the highest military rank next below field marshal.
A General is an officer of high military rank. The term is used by nearly every country in the world. General may be a rank on its own (four stars, in the American military), or can be used as a generic term for all grades of General or above.
General is a freeware turn-based strategic game developed by Russian team New Game Software. In this game, you take the lead of a country striving for territory and compete with other countries, developing science, hiring generals and armies and fighting battles. The game has a minimalistic economic system, which is quite suitable for the game concept.
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Encyclopedia Legal Medical Computer Science Law forum Search Word: !-- google_ad_client = "pub-0110820972159740"; google_ad_width = 728; google_ad_height = 90; google_ad_format = "728x90_as"; google_ad_channel =""; google_color_border = "FFFFFF"; google_color_bg = "FFFFFF"; google_color_link = "0000FF"; google_color_url = "008000"; google_color_text = "000000"; //-- Visit our Law forums Labor Law Accidents Law Bankruptcy Law Business Law Criminal Law Family Law Real Estate law Tax Law A list of nautical terms; some remain current, many date from the 17th-19th century. Contents 1 A-D 2 E-H 3 I-L 4 M-Z A-D
Industrial Use: Labor-intensive industrial and commercial uses with outdoor storage requirements, noise levels, and emissions that make them incompatible with residential development or other business areas.
General words are all-embracing, indefinite, sweeping in scope: food. Specific words are precise, explicit, limited in scope: spaghetti carbonara. The same is true of general and specific ideas and of statements often called generalizations or generalitie
The General is one of Batman's rogues in DC Comics who first appeared in Detective Comics #654. Ulysses Hadrian Armstrong was a psychotic child with the mind of a military genius and gained the nickname "The General". He dresses himself and his henchmen, primarily gangs he has conquered, in historical attire as they act out crimes based on military history.
A catchall category for: 1. all categories, or 2. categories featuring personal or oddball items, such as alligators, ravens, watermelons, miners panning for gold, lips, etc. You can start your own category with two similar thematic matchcovers.
A general management program applied to lakes and reservoirs and rivers and streams not suited for wild trout or put-and-take trout management. General management waters may provide warm water, cold water, or mixed fisheries. Cold water fishing is primarily managed through stocking of fry, fingerling, or catchable-size fish which are expected to achieve some growth and contribute to the fishery over an extended time. No special regulations are applied.
Exchanges seem so complicated - can you simplify the rules for me? What are the advantages of a 1031 Exchange? 10. When do I have to pay the deferred capital gains tax? 11. Why not leave the money in an escrow account? 12. Where are the funds held? 13. How much is the fee paid to do the exchange? 14.. Do I need an attorney or a tax advisor? 15. What restrictions apply to exchanges involving related parties? 16. Can I exchange out of more than one relinquished property or into more than one replacement property? 17. Must the replacement property I receive in the exchange have any minimum value? 18. Can I finance the buyer's purchase of my relinquished property? 19. Do I need any special documents to effect an I.R.C. Section 1031 Exchange? 20. What are the general statutory requirements for an IRC Section 1031 tax-deferred exchange since the final regulations published in June of 1991
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Seating - Also called Festival Seating or General Admission. It is non-reserved theatre seating based on first come-first serve. We recommend patrons arrive early if they have a specific seating preference.
Contractor The party that contracts for the construction of an entire building or project, rather than a portion of the work. The general contractor hires subcontractors, (e.g., plumbing contractors, electrical contractors, etc.), coordinates all work, and is responsible for payment of the subcontractors.
Coverage that pertains, for the most part, to claims arising out of the insured's liability for injuries or damage caused by ownership of property, manufacturing operations, contracting operations, sale or distribution of products, the operation of machinery, and professional services. Covers all types of liability insurance other than employers, automobile, or product liability.