Hash Total

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Hash Total

The sum of unrelated numbers. The hash total does not provide useful data, but is used as a check to ensure inputs were entered correctly.
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Total station market players are also integrating total station with software applications to help the user control total station, eliminating the need for on-board controllers.
The Trust is improving finan-cial stability year on year; this includes successfully attaining their control total through maximising their income and reducing their costs.
The summary of the annual report, the full version of which is available on the CCG's website, states: "While we are currently operating under legal directions and special measures, and begin the next financial year with a deficit control total of PS4m, we are hopeful that our performance throughout 2018-19 will bring good news in this respect in 2019-20."
They have developed proprietary loss prevention and claim management techniques to help their client base control Total Cost of Risk and outperform industry loss averages.
"The group were disappointed to note there has been limited progress on key issues under the special measures framework and that there had been deterioration in some, particularly around finance and performance, with you reporting you are not going to achieve your finance control total.
It pointed out the CCG had faced "significant financial pressures" and had "exceeded its control total".
A rich source of both monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids, which are associated with reducing the risk of heart disease, cashews, when regularly substituted for high-carbohydrate snacks, may help control total and LDL ("bad") cholesterol levels (American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2017).
The proposals are being discussed under the capped expenditure process, which was introduced this year to cap NHS spending in some areas in order to meet so-called "control total" budgets in 2017/18.