come to hand
to come to hand
- uiten, openbaren, manifesteren
- I made motions at him to come here with my hand.
- When two "Alpha males" come together in a group, it is exciting to see who holds the upper hand.
- It is possible to remove jammed cuttings whilst the appliance is running and for the hand to come into contact with the cutting blade in doing so.
- In the case at hand, however, the monies come from the general public via a parafiscal charge which transits through a public body before being channelled to the final beneficiaries.
- On the other hand, US excess capacity is expected to disappear gradually towards 2010 at the latest and the planned capacity expansions by one of the cooperating US exporting producers in the Community are scheduled to come online by the end of 2008, thus in two years time.
- Second, the specifications set out in clause 5.2.2 of the standard on preventing access to the cutting blade from the discharge chute from below are not sufficient. The dimensions of the discharge chute are such that an adult hand could come into contact with the cutting blade.
- Provided for in Article 121 of the programme act of 2 August 2002:‘Article 121(1) Subject to the derogations mentioned in this section, depreciation on new or second-hand ships shall be determined in accordance with Articles 61 to 64 of the Income Tax Code 1992.(2) The following depreciation percentages are allowed for new ships, co-ownership shares in new ships and shares in new ships: 20 % for the accounting year of entry into service, 15 % for each of the following two accounting years, and subsequently 10 % per accounting year until full depreciation.(3) Depreciation shortfalls during the first three accounting years, counting from that in which the ship was taken into service, are recovered during the tax periods following the one in which the shortfall occurred, even if outside the normal depreciation period in accordance with paragraph 2, provided that total annual depreciation per ship does not in any case exceed 20 % of the investment or purchase value.(4) Ships that are depreciated in accordance with the scheme provided for in this Article cannot benefit under the optional degressive depreciation scheme provided for in Article 64 of the Income Tax Code 1992.(5) Ships, co-ownership shares in ships and shares in ships that were not acquired when the ship was new may benefit from depreciation as provided for in paragraphs 1 to 4 if these ships come into the possession of a Belgian taxpayer for the first time.