Neither rule of thumb
mentioned above (and few I ever hear of) addresses the terms of sale.
Almost all newspapers are also spending on the high end of the rule of thumb
that says employee expenses should account for 76% to 80% of newsroom expenses.
982 in Equation 8 to allow the development of a simple, approximate rule of thumb
for direct comparison with 3/[t.
Another rule of thumb
is that the total quantity determined in the AFS 25 micron clay wash should be 1.
As a rule of thumb
, the best time to transplant any tree is during its dormant season, the winter months.
The traditional rule of thumb
indicates a firm that was substantially a compliance practice (tax preparation, write-up and compilations) would be valued at .
Appellate courts are loath to say a trial court has abused its discretion, so the rule of thumb
basically means that in these matters appellate courts should defer to trial courts, which are closer to the evidence and the situation than appellate courts.
In the event your library card was remanded or your local bookstore still subscribes to that wayward idea that "black people don't read or write rule of thumb
," here are chapters and passages excerpted from books you always intended to get to but never did, like Walter Mosley's RL's Dream, Shay Youngblood's Black Girl in Paris, Steven Barnes' Lion's Blood, What You Owe Me by Bebe Moore Campbell and Slapboxing With Jesus by Victor D.
It's been called an industry standard, the norm, an average and a rule of thumb
The last rule of thumb
is that growth will cost you in the short term.
Gartner's rule of thumb
for intellectual capital is: If the market value of a company is dependent on its intellectual capital, then at least as much senior executive attention should be placed on managing intellectual assets, especially the human capital component, as on physical and financial assets.
Francis: The rule of thumb
is unrefined, unprocessed foods, low fat, no sugar, and avoiding stimulants like caffeine.