Accounting Change

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Accounting Change

An adjustment to an accounting principle. For example, an accounting change may occur if new legislation allows companies to use a favorable depreciation method. Even without new legislation, the national governing body of accountants may make accounting changes. In all cases, accounting changes are announced publicly.
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The walk revived her spirits, and flattering herself that she had made good bargins, she trudged home again, after buying a very young lobster, some very old asparagus, and two boxes of acid strawberries.
Bubbles of carbonic acid gas will rise to the surface and burst, and make rings two or three feet wide.
The sensation was like being touched in the marrow with some pungent and searching acid, it set my very teeth on edge.
Should you be so rigid in adhering to monastic rule,'' he added, ``as to prefer your acid preparation of milk, I hope you will not strain courtesy to do me reason.
It makes your eyes sore--at least the acid gets into Sir Charles's, and the difference between the first and second states is nothing but imagination, except that the last state is worse than the--here's luncheon
I don't know what it was, but it had either prussic acid or white lead in it.
It was not unpleasant to the taste, though slightly acid, and I learned in a short time to prize it very highly.
His every move was reported to the big Bwana--just what animals he killed and how many of each species, how he killed them, too, for Bwana would not permit the use of prussic acid or strychnine; and how he treated his "boys.
In the bottle the acids were long ago resolved; the imperial dye had softened with time, as the colour grows richer in stained windows; and the glow of hot autumn afternoons on hillside vineyards, was ready to be set free and to disperse the fogs of London.
Indeed, each man consumes, in one hour, the oxygen contained in more than 176 pints of air, and this air, charged (as then) with a nearly equal quantity of carbonic acid, becomes unbreathable.
There was blood, I saw, in the sink,--brown, and some scarlet--and I smelt the peculiar smell of carbolic acid.
It restores the blue color of litmus-paper reddened by an acid, and it turns syrup of violets green.
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