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quantity survey

An appraisal method used to calculate the reproduction cost of a structure by quantifying all materials,labor and overhead necessary to reproduce it.
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Takeoffs in stationary and oscillating design with adjustable height and multiple collapsing options.
The study indicated that takeoff was significantly shorter for fun products (seven years) than work products (12 years) across-the-board--a discrepancy that merits different product launch strategies, according to the co-authors.
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The captain asked a different controller and received approval of the plane's flight plan two minutes after takeoff, but until then the plane had no identification number and no flight information of the aircraft was displayed on the radar, ministry officials said.
We taxied into position and were cleared for takeoff.
On 24 August, an S-3B Viking suffered Class A damage during a takeoff mishap at Tinker AFB, Okla.
The lean must be maintained throughout the arc to the plant/takeoff, as it allows the jumper to be vertical rather than leaning in toward the bar at the takeoff.
If you've ever felt squished into your seat during takeoff on a plane, you have an idea what pilots feel.
One simulated flight involved the loss of two of four engineson one side of the aircraft during takeoff.
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1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- TakeOff Running is a new Development Innovations creation that is finally being introduced to the world.
The Chongqing government is projecting to construct 100 takeoff and landing points for helicopters.