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Strategy used by a firm to accelerate payments, normally in response to exchange rate expectations.
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Infill soil sampling program at 200m line spacing for a total of 1,700 soil samples underway at Bodite.
Mountain Province Diamonds Inc (TSX: MPV, NYSE-AMEX: MDM), a 49 percent participant with De Beers Canada in the Gahcho Kue joint venture located at Kennady Lake in Canada's Northwest Territories, has started the 50-metre line spacing airborne gravity survey over both the 100 percent-controlled Kennady North Diamond Project, and 49 percent-controlled Gahcho Kue Joint Venture Project.
Mayo Binka Project- Aeromagnetic/radiometric survey at 400m line spacing.
As type size increases, line spacing should increase.
I prefer the term line spacing because it implies a measurement of the space between lines of text.
In considering the graphics on the forms, we pay special attention to the line spacing for forms and we try to ensure that the entry spaces are large enough to accomodate the information requested.
8 meters high by 6 meters wide and features 10 millimeter line spacing of SMD (Surface-Mount Device) LEDs.
Our second rule of thumb is thus that types with no serifs (or weak foot serifs - including types whose serifs are weakened by output at very small sizes) need a little greater line spacing than those with strong serifs.
The on-going IP and magnetic surveys which are particularly detailed are being undertaken on a line spacing of only 100 metres which will greatly assist in the accurate selection of drill targets.
Contract notice for I21 Variable Line Spacing Plane Gratings.
The survey will consist of approximately 6,500 line kilometres of high resolution magnetics at 50 metre line spacing and is expected to commence prior to mid-March.