effective age

effective age

The apparent age of an improvement rather than its actual age.

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Evidence shows the majority of sampled online retailers failed to have effective age verification procedures."
We therefore limit our data to housing units with an "effective age" of no more than 10 years.
Professional appraisers are taught that estimates of effective age and economic life are used to develop an estimate of total depreciation from all forms.
Using 10 cyber-dog years to one-human year as a rule of thumb, we have a more convenient method for communicating the effective age of computing infrastructure.
Without it, he believes organizations will struggle to achieve an effective age balance in the workforce.
Therefore, at any point in an asset's life it will have a real age and an effective age, with the latter one depending on the to-date maintenance actions.
" The benefits of such foods do not differ with age but the most effective age is from childhood to 18 years which constitute the growing years.
Neither of the controls constituted an effective age verification system, Ofcom said.
The current facility, landlocked by its residential neighborhood and its 120-year infrastructure, is past its efficient, effective age, officials say.
Going forward, raising the pension age for women from 60 to 65 (and hence the effective age from 62.4 to 65) will add about 0.1 percentage points to potential growth each year between now and 2020.
In Sweden, Ladbrokes' counterclaim to an action by Svenska Spel, which had described itself as a world leader in responsible gaming and referred to its website having "the most effective age verification", was upheld.