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1. Scenario analysis

2. power miter box

3. floating joint

4. Buy-Back Deductible

5. rules and regulations

6. accord and satisfaction

7. rafter table

8. perimeter heating

9. water-thinned paint

10. inverse condemnation

11. rigid base diaphragm

12. knife switch

13. gram

14. structural glazed tile

15. quoin bonding

16. fly cutter

17. edifice

18. filled land

19. punning

20. stairway, open-string

21. cupping

22. levee

23. unfinished office space

24. cored solder

25. basement wall

26. habitable

27. reshore

28. vent pipe

29. courier fee

30. butterfly bolt

31. basalt

32. corporate relocation

33. space plan

34. lug

35. green lumber

36. residential lot

37. phenolic compounds

38. cold process roofing

39. rake

40. percent grade

41. handy box

42. master lease

43. Escrow

44. z-tie

45. cul-de-sac

46. preformed ductwork

47. manufacturers specifications

48. side jamb

49. white portland cement

50. damage deposit

51. granny flats

52. minor change

53. portico

54. service panel

55. experience modification

56. close-coupled closet tank

57. screw thread micrometer

58. Partial Payment

59. heat trim

60. barge rafter

61. Budget Mortgage

62. flat deductible

63. cat eye

64. alternative mortgage

65. saw arbor

66. GRI

67. membrane roofing

68. real estate property tax

69. mortgage lien

70. in-line pump

71. parkerizing

72. inclined manometer

73. sealer

74. recorded plat

75. hammer fracture

76. beam

77. night seal

78. mudsill

79. window well

80. thickness gauge

81. flooring

82. Japan wax

83. Total interest payments

84. silicon bronze

85. buffer zone

86. plumbing double y-branch

87. seasoned wood

88. cumulative discount rate

89. fungi or fungus

90. HDO

91. lighting maintenance factor

92. mortar joint

93. pour point

94. Martins cement

95. gudgeon

96. track lighting

97. choker

98. fidelity

99. regenerative braking

100. concrete tilt-up

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A distribution is money a mutual fund pays its shareholders either from the dividends or interest it earns or from the capital gains it realizes on the sale of securities in its portfolio. Unless you own the fund through a tax-deferred or tax-free account, you owe federal income tax on most distributions, the exception being interest income from municipal bond funds. That tax is due whether or not you reinvest the money to buy additional shares in the fund.You'll owe tax at your regular rate on short-term gains and on income from interest. The tax on qualifying dividends and long-term gains is calculated at your long-term capital gains rate. Your end-of-year statement will indicate which income belongs to each category. The term distribution is also used to describe certain actions a corporation takes. For example, if a corporation spins off a subsidiary as a standalone company, it will issue shares in that subsidiary to current stockholders. That's considered a distribution. Corporate dividends may also be described as distributions.

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