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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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Islam, Alam, and Hossain [3] evaluated and compared the profitability of Islamic banks and conventional banks in Bangladesh.
Unconventional oil and gas resources are often located in the same sedimentary basins as conventional oil and gas fields.
When your financing needs don't match conventional financial products, it might be time to take the alternative route with structured financing.
By using NEC's new method we were able to locate 91 percent of these "hits" by only 12% of the cost of the conventional method, enabling a cost reduction of 88%.
The difference between TAD and conventional dry creped tissue products is in the way that bulk is developed.
Many of the conventional fruits and vegetables consumed by children in the United States are imported from countries with less strict pesticide regulations and very modest enforcement programs.
Compared with conventional products, the tea slurry reduces lapping time by up to 75 percent, Lombardi says.
By using ceramic molding technology, ceramic cores that can be set into a conventional sand mold for pouring can be produced Where greater overall accuracy and surface finish is needed, the cope and drag mold halves as well as the core can be produced entirely in ceramic.
Joint Pub 3-05 states that, among other things, SOF missions are conducted independently or in conjunction with conventional forces.
By adding speeds to conventional automatics," he says, "automakers are able to reduce the torque converter's use, lower the engine speed under a variety of conditions, and get the same or better performance while using less fuel.
Today most CT systems are capable of "spiral" (also called "helical") scanning as well as scanning in the formerly more conventional "axial" mode.

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