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There are two basic classes of nouns in Italian, referred to as genders, masculine and feminine. Gender may be natural (ragazzo 'boy', ragazza 'girl') or simply grammatical with no possible reference to biological gender (masculine costo 'cost', feminine costa 'coast'). Masculine nouns typically end in -o (ragazzo 'boy'), with plural marked by -i (ragazzi 'boys'), and feminine nouns typically end in -a, with plural marked by -e (ragazza 'girl', ragazze 'girls'). For a group composed of boys and girls, ragazzi is the plural, suggesting that -i is a general neutral plural. A third category of nouns is unmarked for gender, ending in -e in the singular and -i in the plural: legge 'law, f. sg.', leggi 'laws, f. pl.'; fiume 'river, m. sg.', fiumi 'rivers, m. pl.', thus assignment of gender is arbitrary in terms of form, enough so that terms may be identical but of distinct genders: fine meaning 'aim', 'purpose' is masculine, while fine meaning 'end, ending' (e.g. of a movie) is feminine, and both are fini in the plural, a clear instance of -i as a non-gendered default plural marker. These nouns often, but not always, denote inanimates. There are a number of nouns that have a masculine singular and a feminine plural, most commonly of the pattern m. sg. -o, f. pl. -a (miglio 'mile, m. sg.', miglia 'miles, f. pl.'; paio 'pair, m. sg., paia 'pairs, f. pl.'), and thus are sometimes considered neuter (these are usually derived from neuter Latin nouns). An instance of neuter gender also exists in pronouns of the third person singular.
(a )(1 ) Olefin basic copolymers manufactured by the catalytic copolymerization of ethylene and hexene-1 or ethylene and octene-1 shall contain not less than 90 weight-percent of polymer units derived from ethylene;
(2 ) Olefin basic copolymers manufactured by the catalytic copolymerization of ethylene and hexene-1 shall contain not less than 80 but not more than 90 weight percent of polymer units derived from ethylene.
(b ) Olefin basic copolymers manufactured by the catalytic copolymerization of ethylene and 4-methylpentene-1 shall contain not less than 89 weight-percent of polymer units derived from ethylene;
(c )(1 ) Olefin basic copolymers manufactured by the catalytic copolymerization of two or more of the monomers ethylene, propylene, butene-1, 2-methylpropene-1, and 2,4,4-trimethylpentene-1 shall contain not less than 85 weight-percent of polymer units derived from ethylene and/or propylene;
(2 ) Olefin basic copolymers manufactured by the catalytic copolymerization of propylene and butene-1 shall contain greater than 15 but not greater than 35 weight percent of polymer units derived from butene-1 with the remainder being propylene.
(d ) Olefin basic terpolymers manufactured by the catalytic copolymerization of ethylene, hexene-1, and either propylene or butene-1, shall contain not less than 85 weight percent polymer units derived from ethylene.
(e ) Olefin basic copolymers manufactured by the catalytic polymerization of ethylene and octene-1, or ethylene, octene-1, and either hexene-1, butene-1, propylene, or 4-methylpentene-1 shall contain not less than 80 weight percent of polymer units derived from ethylene.
(ii) 4-Methylpentene-1 and 1-alkenes having from 6 to 18 carbon atoms. Such olefin basic copolymers shall contain not less than 95 molar percent of polymer units derived from 4-methylpentene-1, except that copolymers manufactured with 1-alkenes having from 12 to 18 carbon atoms shall contain not less than 97 molar percent of polymer units derived from 4-methylpentene-1; or
(4) If a taxpayer fails to submit records as described in section 90(3) for a business transaction, or if the records submitted for a business transaction are essentially of no use, a penalty of 5,000 euros shall be imposed. The penalty shall be at least 5 percent and at most 10 percent of the additional income that results from a correction carried out on the basis of subsection (3) above, if this leads to a penalty of more than 5,000 euros. In cases where usable records are submitted late, the penalty shall total up to 1,000,000 euros, and shall be at least 100 euros for each full day following the expiration of the deadline. Insofar as the revenue authorities are given discretion in determining the penalty amount, their decision shall take into account not only the objective of inducing taxpayers to compile and punctually submit records as described in section 90(3), but also, and in particular, the benefits derived by the taxpayer and, in the case of late submission, the length of time by which the deadline has been missed. No penalty shall be imposed in cases where the non-fulfilment of obligations under section 90(3) appears to be excusable or the degree of fault is negligible. Fault on the part of a legal representative or aide shall be deemed the fault of the taxpayer. As a rule, the penalty shall be imposed after the completion of an external audit.
(4) Taxes shall be deemed to have been understated in particular where they are not assessed at all, in full or in time; this shall also apply even where the tax has been assessed provisionally or assessed subject to review or where a self-assessed tax return is deemed to be equal to a tax assessment subject to review. Tax advantages shall also include tax rebates; unwarranted tax advantages shall be deemed derived to the extent that these are wrongfully granted or retained. The conditions of the first and second sentences above shall also be fulfilled where the tax to which the act relates could have been reduced for other reasons or the tax advantage could have been claimed for other reasons.
(3) Where tax has already been understated or tax advantages have already been derived, exemption from punishment shall be granted to the person involved in the act only if he pays, within the reasonable period of time allowed to him, the taxes which were evaded to his benefit through the perpetration of the act, the interest payable on the evaded taxes in accordance with section 235, and the interest payable under section 233a insofar as such interest is charged on the interest payable on the evaded taxes in accordance with section 235(4). In cases covered by the first sentence of subsection (2a) above, the first sentence above shall apply with the proviso that the timely payment of interest in accordance with section 233a or section 235 is immaterial.
(3) A monetary fine shall not be set insofar as the perpetrator corrects the incorrect particulars submitted to the revenue authority, supplements the incomplete particulars submitted to the revenue authority, or furnishes the revenue authority with the previously omitted particulars before he or his representative has been notified of the initiation of criminal or administrative fine proceedings resulting from the act. Where tax has already been understated or tax advantages have already been derived, a monetary fine shall not be set if the perpetrator pays, within the reasonable period of time allowed to him, the taxes that were understated to his benefit on the basis of this act. Section 371(4) shall apply accordingly.
and in so doing enables taxes to be understated or unwarranted tax advantages to be derived. The first sentence, number 1 above shall also apply where import or export duties that are administered by another Member State of the European Union or to which a State, which on the basis of an association agreement or preferential agreement grants preferential treatment to goods deriving from the European Union, is entitled can be understated; section 370(7) shall apply accordingly. The same shall apply where the act relates to valued-added taxes that are administered by another Member State of the European Union. 2b1af7f3a8