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Intangible Drilling Costs

Expenses a company has when it drills for oil or natural gas. Intangible drilling costs are sometimes convenient for a company's tax purposes because it can deduct intangible drilling costs in one year when the company perhaps found little or no oil from profits made in a different year when the company does find oil.

Interest During Construction

In project finance, the interest that accumulates on a loan that finances the construction of a building or development. The IDC is a cost for the project, though it is not always calculated as such. The IDC is calculated until the project begins to generate revenue, when the company financing the project begins to service its debts.
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Peripartum cardiomyopathy is a rare disorder, with an estimated incidence in the United States of 1 case in 4,075 live births, noted Dr.
Peripartum cardiomyopathy is a rare disease of unknown etiology that strikes women in the childbearing years.
To indicate the cutoff that best distinguished between asymptomatic patients and patients with cardiomyopathy, the high-sensitivity (HS) cTnT values of both groups were used for constructing the receiver operating characteristic curve.
Claire, of Gosforth, said: "It's fantastic news that money has been given for research into cardiomyopathy as it will help give sufferers a little bit of hope.
Restrictive cardiomyopathy is characterized by restrictive filling and reduced diastolic volume of either or both ventricles, atrial dilation, and normal or near-normal systolic function and wall thickness.
But before she goes, Mhairi hopes to sell all 300 tickets for a huge charity ceilidh at Hampden Stadium she is organising in aid of the Cardiomyopathy Association.
A conference organised by the Cardiomyopathy Association, which provides help for sufferers and their families, takes place on Saturday at the Holiday Inn in Cardiff city centre.
The meeting is being held at the Aston Hotel, Newton Park, Coatham Mundeville, Darlington, by the Cardiomyopathy Association.
Tests carried out on Richard following his sibling's death revealed he also suffered from hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and he was put under the care of a specialist in London.
He has joined the Cardiomyopathy Association to help other people with the condition by offering telephone support.

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