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Approximate

Describing a measure coming close to but not necessarily reaching the exact value. Approximate measures can be inaccurate but are often necessary when more precise information is unavailable.
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The replacement medium/wide-base/heavy on-highway commercial truck tires market is projected to decrease by approximately 2%, or 300,000 units, to 17.
Northern New Jersey/New York -- AMB acquired a 14 building industrial park, AMB Generation Industrial Park, totaling 298,100 s/f in New Brunswick, New Jersey, proximate to Exit 9 of the New Jersey Turnpike, for a total investment of approximately $26.
BB&T operates the largest depository institution in the market, controlling deposits of $441 million, representing approximately 26.
To expand existing resource plays and test new concepts, Pioneer plans to spend approximately $225 million to drill lower-risk exploration, appraisal and development wells and to install related infrastructure during 2007.
Reckson anticipates a 2006 annualized after-tax cash yield on its LPT interest of approximately 18% including the one-time fees, and of approximately 15% excluding the onetime fees but including the ongoing recurring fees.
To reduce the potential for adverse effects on competition in nine of the 13 remaining markets in which Wells Fargo and First Security compete directly,(16) Wells Fargo has committed to divest 37 branches, which account for approximately $1.
This approval significantly heightened the value of the project, raising the expected the total development cost to approximately HK$2.
The Company is also expecting the average unit cost of newsprint in 2007 to decrease approximately three percent, as compared to 2006, with newsprint consumption projected to decrease approximately one percent on a comparable-day basis.
Included in the third quarter 2006 results is approximately $300,000 of non-recurring charges, primarily related to severance, approximately $500,000 of non-cash stock-based compensation expenses and approximately $400,000 in additional depreciation, primarily due to the accelerated write-off of the IMARC system.
The positive rating actions reflect an improvement in the relationship between CE and future loss expectations and affect approximately $148.
In late August, we spent $781,000 recompleting the #17 and #30 wells in the Grand Lake Field and restored production at a net rate of approximately 1,700 mcfe per day.

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