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CFR

CFR

A CPT involving ocean freight. In a CFR, the seller is responsible for paying for shipping, while the buyer is responsible for transportation risk as soon as the good or product is loaded onto the ship. Legally, risk transfers when the good or product crosses the outer rail of the ship.
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By offering up to a 25 percent increase in production compared to that of a Cartesian system, DB Automation states that the competitive price the CFR robot will be an asset to any moulding company.
The effectiveness of CFR can be evaluated using the complementary cumulative distribution function (CCDF) applied to a series of instantaneous power measurements.
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Contrary to OCC rules, Respondent's counsel did not file a notice of appearance pursuant to 12 CFR 19.
Once the individual's earnings exceed the applicable exempt amount ($13,500 in 1997), the benefits are reduced $1 for each $3 earned above the exempt amount; see Section 403(b) and (f); and 20 CFR Sections 404.
The CFR constitutes the regulations for the United States' federal agencies that are published on an annual basis.
The method underestimates the CFR because it does not account for a proportion of currently infected persons' dying from the disease.