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Gross

The amount before any subtractions are made. For example, the amount that a person earns from an employer represents his gross income. He then subtracts his tax liability and other deductions to arrive at his net income.
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As well as taking into account the number of followers a Twitter member has, Starmer also suggested that prosecutors would in future assess the intent behind material that could be considered grossly offensive, as well as the impact it has on targets.
* ACCUSED: Ravensthorpe teen Azhar Ahmed, 19, charged with sending a message that was grossly offensive and, below, demonstrators outside Dewsbury Magistrates Court yesterday where Ahmed's case was heard
SLUR?: Martin Allen has defended himself against what he describes as "false and grossly untrue allegations"
Dennis Skinner: Accused of making a grossly offensive and misleading remark
Legg Mason expressed its "shock" at the extent of the damages and its belief that those damages are "grossly excessive." Thomas W.
The purpose of this program announcement (PA) with a set-aside of funds and a Special, Emphasis Panel review by the NIH Center for Scientific Review is to stimulate research in an important and emerging area of developmental toxicology: the effects of in utero exposures that cause permanent functional changes that are not overtly, grossly teratogenic, yet that result in increased susceptibility to disease/dysfunction later in the life span.
"We are writing to inform you that it is grossly unconstitutional to permit the teaching of creationism in public schools and to ask that you reject any curriculum that does so," AU Legal Director Ayesha Khan wrote.
Macroscopically (in situ), the parathyroid glands can appear to be normal or grossly enlarged.
``At the moment we assume 60mph, which is obviously grossly in excess of the appropriate speed limit for safety.''
THE trial of a North Wales policeman charged with sending grossly offensive or indecent text messages to a 15-year-old girl is to be delayed by two months.
In his book The True Size of Government, Paul Light of the Brookings Institution argues that official figures grossly understate the size of the federal workforce.
Unfortunately, some of the explanations given are grossly oversimplified.