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Haul

A slang term for a profit, especially the profit from a single project as opposed to that for the whole company.
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Last year, Baguio's medal haul was 83-81-107, way ahead of its closest contender Cebu City which had 36-40-44.
The central contenders in the mobile front haul market globally are MACOM Technologies (US), Nokia Corporation (Finland), E-blink SA (France), Xilinx, Inc.
Altogether, the haul was valued at $48.6m ([pounds sterling]39.1m).
Every haul has challenges, though some are more complicated than others, Lynden cites the Pogo Mine project as a particularly interesting haul: "Lynden was contracted to oversee the movement of needed heavy machinery, oversize camp modules, and all other goods to the remote mine site over a winter ice road, with the goal to supply the construction effort through the summer, until the 50-plus-mile all season road was to be completed," says Badger.
Caterpillar has developed and is deploying autonomous 363-mt Cat 797F and 181-mt Cat 789D haul trucks.
On average, each autonomous truck was estimated to have operated about 700 hours more than conventional haul trucks during 2017 and around 15% lower load and haul unit costs.
It said that the purpose of the one mine haul road is to ensure the safety and protection of the host and impact communities from environmental risks that the hauling activities of the mining company may pose.
The conference is an excellent forum for railway researchers, practitioners, policy makers and industry leaders from all over the world to meet and share their knowledge and experience and perhaps open new frontiers in heavy haul railway operation.
Moss Landing, California is a location where Southern Sea Otters (Enhydra lutris nereis) haul out on land in large groups on a daily basis, and it was the ideal place to test the hypothesis that Sea Otters haul out to defray above average metabolic costs created by unfavorable environmental conditions.