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Us-ct-app-3, [67-1 ustc ¶9423], Commissioner of Internal Revenue, Petitioner V. Carl L. Danielson and Pauline S. Danielson, Respondents, Capital gain V ordinary income: Covenants not to compete: Allocation of purchase price: Binding effect
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