Net Effects

Net Effects

Slang; in a non-profit, an expense that is only partly passed on to users or participants. The term is most common in the context of small Christian churches and ministries. An example of a net effects expense is a mission trip in which the church partly subsidizes the cost.
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We used this approach to investigate the net effects of the herbicide atrazine (0, 4, 40, and 400 ppb) on the streamside salamander, Ambystoma barbouri.
To compare the magnitude (slope of regression) of atrazine's exposure, post-exposure, carryover, and net effects, we examined all pairwise comparisons of these four effects using the general linear model, treating pairs of effects as repeated measures variables (i.
To facilitate visually comparing the exposure, postexposure, carryover, and net effects of atrazine, we standardized these effects using Z-scores so that the overall mean and SD in each phase were 0 and 1, respectively.
The effect of atrazine on survival was independent of food level and dry down treatments for exposure, postexposure, carryover, and net effects (interactions including atrazine: p > 0.
Pairwise comparisons of exposure, post-exposure, carryover, and net effects of atrazine on A.
The net effects of these types of operations are almost entirely negative for all but the handful of hidden investors.
However, a positive sales and profit trend for operations outside the automotive industry could not fully offset such significant negative net effects as the continued strong increases in costs for raw materials and the prevailing market conditions caused within automotive-related operations.
This excludes the net effects of any one-time charges related to this transaction as well as the net effect of amortization for intangible assets, amortization of deferred compensation and tax valuation allowances.
1 million as a result of the net effects of (i) the sale of NAC's loan portfolio during 2000 which previously provided NAC with interest income and (ii) lower interest income from investments as NAC used cash to repurchase its common shares during the fourth quarter of fiscal 2001, which ended January 31, 2001, offset by (iii) e-commerce revenues derived from ZoomLot's operations, a wholly owned subsidiary of NAC.
This press release contains forward-looking statements regarding management's estimates of the net effects of the likely accounting adjustments described above on the 1998 and 1999 time frame.
1st Source currently expects that the net effect of this adjustment on prior earnings will be an increase, as discussed further below.