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Convention

A method under the Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System one uses to calculate the depreciation of an asset in the year it is purchased (or first used) and the year of the end of its useful life.
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To compare the Bankers' perception about the profitability determinants of islamic and conventional banks.
For decades, North Dakota produced millions of barrels from wells drilled into conventional oil accumulations found in the Madison and Lodgepole formations.
The differences between conventional drying and through-air-drying (TAD).
A few conventional fruits and vegetables stand out as most heavily contaminated with pesticides, including some foods that are frequently consumed by infants and children.
However, doctrine for conventional force support to SOF, as conducted in Afghanistan, is lacking or non-existent.
Yet even as those 1992 targets retreated farther from the realm of possibility--some federal fleet managers, in spite of the mandates, continued purchasing cheaper, more reliable conventional vehicles in the name of economy and efficiency--the Clinton White House chased harder after them.
Marrone contends that for organic and conventional farmers to enjoy widespread biopesticide use, such products must equal or even exceed performance of their competition.
This growing interest may be related to dissatisfaction with conventional western medicine (also known as biomedicine) which is perceived as high-cost technology driven, associated with significant morbidity, and focused on the disease rather than the whole patient.
The market shares of the conventional mortgage system are not only small relative to the amount borne by government institutions; they are also broadly distributed across the major types of institutions in the system.
He explains that because environmental regulations vary from location to location, some companies with large capital investments in conventional imagesetters won't be motivated to embrace the new technology immediately.
To prevent the almost inevitable pesticide "drift"--contamination carried by the wind from adjoining conventional fields--NOSB could have refused organic certification to so-called "split operations" (like, for instance, board member Eppley's), with both organic and conventional farming.

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