Preparing

Some articles on preparing:

Circular 230 - Key Prohibited Actions
... Circular 230 contains rules of conduct in preparing tax returns ... Persons preparing tax returns must not Take a position on a tax return unless there is a realistic possibility of the position being sustained on its merits ... Charge a fee for preparing an original return contingent on the outcome of any position ...
Tales From The Green Valley - Episodes
... a hovel (a woodshed), period clothing, peas, preparing for Christmas. 5 - January Preparing period medicines, wood gathering, and hedge laying ... in preparation for lambing, musical instruments, preparing a meal of fish and bagged puddings for lent ...
Methomyl
... First preparing ester Second preparing oxim from ester Third preparing product from isocyanate and oxim ...
Intelligence Specialist (United States Navy Ratings) - Duties
... assembling and analyzing multi-source operational intelligence preparing and presenting intelligence briefings preparing planning materials for photographic reconnaissance missions analyzing the ...
House Work - Cooking
... and Cookbook Most modern-day houses contain sanitary facilities and a means of preparing food ... main function of a kitchen is cooking or preparing food but it may also be used for dining and entertaining ... Cooking is the process of preparing food by applying heat, selecting, measuring and combining of ingredients in an ordered procedure for producing safe and edible food ...

Famous quotes containing the word preparing:

    In preparing the soil for planting, you will need several tools. Dynamite would be a beautiful thing to use, but it would have a tendency to get the dirt into the front-hall and track up the stairs.
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)

    I would not have every man nor every part of a man cultivated, any more than I would have every acre of earth cultivated: part will be tillage, but the greater part will be meadow and forest, not only serving an immediate use, but preparing a mould against a distant future, by the annual decay of the vegetation which it supports.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Play permits the child to resolve in symbolic form unsolved problems of the past and to cope directly or symbolically with present concerns. It is also his most significant tool for preparing himself for the future and its tasks.
    Bruno Bettelheim (20th century)