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Natural Expenses

Expenses categorized by type. Employee salaries, rent and bills for the office, and supplies for programs are all examples of natural expenses.
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France: HIV/Hepatitis Blood Screening NAT Market, Estimated Sales and Shares of Major Suppliers
The three other members would hold the music together and play totally straight-faced, while Nat would just do his thing - he was an unlikely frontman, but when he began his howling, jumping, dancing and singing these bizarre songs it was amazing.
9) Compared to other NAT assays, the advantages of TMA are primarily shown in these ways: TMA allows for simultaneous testing of multiple viruses in a single test tube, thereby dramatically simplifying the assay process.
So when you see Nat having a spot of lunch these days, there's a fair chance it will have spinach or cauliflower.
When Nat got ready to take off his apron for good in 1987, Victor was the first person he told aside from his own family.
Nat, now 40, tried to woo village shop assistant Vera as his business partner Ian "Pedro" Taylor delivered bananas.
I made sure that we had the records to go with the film,'' Nat explained.
Leading NAT markets: Types of assays and tests within infectious disease and oncology that will continue to have a strong presence in the NAT market.
It is easier to plot a dialogue with Black Power and the master text of Styron's Nat Turner in Sherley Anne Williams's Dessa Rose.
The Internet Key Exchange (IKE) management protocol, which is responsible for the exchange of symmetrical keys required by IPSec, does not authenticate securely through many NAT configurations.
I wanted to be liked and I felt that being `The Daughter of Nat King Cole' sometimes worked against me--then, to make matters worse, I felt bad if it worked for me.
Typical examples are the members who recently joined the NAT group: Bolidt Kunststoftoepassingen, a specialist supplier of synthetic flooring systems, and Tebodin, a firm of consultants and engineers.
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