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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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QUICK LINK: Timberline's ePlan Takeoff lets builders send dimensional values from On-Screen Takeoff directly into an estimating spreadsheet in Timberline Office.
Ten seconds after takeoff, the pilot noticed the ball displaced three quarters to the left and immediately corrected with left rudder.
We don't think so, but because it most severely affects the short takeoff and landing, we believe it's prudent and right, and our responsibility, to work the problem," Secretary Roche said in his previous testimony.
As a result, the pole angle and takeoff angle components will improve and the confidence level and takeoff velocity will increase the potential for an efficient pole bend.
Also hoppers, feeders, and takeoff units for sheet, blown film and wire.
Only airplanes with 20 or more seats must have the capacity to clear obstacles at the end of a runway if an engine fails during takeoff.
Original plans for the flight called for a takeoff from a location somewhere along Crete's northwestern coast and a landing on the Greek mainland (SN: 4/12/86, p.
The study, which evaluates 31 countries based on the time it takes for new products to takeoff, is among the most comprehensive research of its kind.
Sure, we might pull out the handbook and compute what it tells us about takeoff performance--ground roll, distance required to clear obstacles--but we simple don't put into takeoffs the kind of study and attention given to landings.
So, what about all that takeoff minimums stuff that's published?
The contract is for the implementation of forest services in Jaworz Forestry in 2015 under the Takeoff attached hereto.
Researchers also used videograph to perform pre and post kinematic analysis (height of the COG at the end of take-off phase (h1), height that the jumper raises his MC during the flight (h2), the difference between the maximum height reached by the MC and the height of the crossbar (h3), horizontal velocity at the start of take-off phase [touch-down] (Vh_TD), horizontal velocity at the end of take-off phase (Vh_TO), vertical velocity at the start of take-off phase (Vv_TD), vertical velocity at the end of take-off phase (Vv_TO), maximum knee angle in the take-off phase, takeoff angle, hip angle, takeoff time).