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Convention

A method under the Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System one uses to calculate the depreciation of an asset in the year it is purchased (or first used) and the year of the end of its useful life.
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Table 17: World 15-Year Perspective for Conventional Fire
When your financing needs don't match conventional financial products, it might be time to take the alternative route with structured financing.
Preliminary cost analysis indicates this patent-pending tire can be produced at a lower manufacturing cost than conventional pneumatic tires.
By applying (1) and (2) to a type of G protein-coupled receptor ("GPCR" note 2), NEC was able to demonstrate improved screening system performance as compared with conventional methods for several data groups.
The pressure roll sticks the sheet to the Yankee with the aid of coating spray applied at much higher amounts than used on conventional dry crepe machines.
Many of the conventional fruits and vegetables consumed by children in the United States are imported from countries with less strict pesticide regulations and very modest enforcement programs.
Compared with conventional products, the tea slurry reduces lapping time by up to 75 percent, Lombardi says.
Through increasing ceramic technology, the Unicast Process has allowed smaller, conventional metalcasting facilities to recoup the work they have lost over the past decade.
And if similar fleet acquisition mandates were imposed on local governments and the private sector--in a move now being considered by the Environmental Protection Agency--that total would only double, according to Department of Energy projections, replacing just 2 percent of projected conventional fuel consumption in 2010.
Marrone contends that for organic and conventional farmers to enjoy widespread biopesticide use, such products must equal or even exceed performance of their competition.
Will the addition of CAM benefits undermine coverage policies for conventional biomedicine?

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