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Net

The gain or loss on a security sale as measured by the selling price of a security less the adjusted cost of acquisition.

Net

Profit or loss on a transaction. For example, in the sale of an asset, one calculates the net by taking the sale price and subtracting the outlay for buying or producing the asset. If the net is positive, one has made a profit; if it is negative, one has suffered a loss.

net

1. For the closing transaction in a security, the difference between net proceeds from the sale and the total outlay for the purchase.
2. See net income.
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Omega-2 (Michell Wie -- pro from US, Abdul Fattah Sharaf, Sharam Shamsaee, Amerjeet Radhia) -- nett 60
While engaged with the enemy, Nett managed to kill seven Japanese using his rifle and bayonet.
Such a program must include a 6- to 10-week series of 16-20 preoperative sessions of at least 2 hours each to take place within 8-9 weeks of the surgery consistent with the NETT model.
In the nine-hole Non-CONGU ompetition, in which 18 players took part the prize winners were: Best Nett - Matthew Airey (Lightcliffe) 42 points, Second Best Nett - Sam Harrison (Lightcliffe) 3, Nearest the Pin - Matthew Airey (Lightcliffe), Nearest the Line - Sam McDonald (Crosland Heath) | The Lady Captain and some of the players in the Lightcliffe Ladies Invitation
Perhaps Nett best knows the formula for success in doubles, having won the 2012 world and national titles with Moreno and having reached last year's final in Des Moines with Emmett Peixoto.
Barry Hobday was runner-up with a nett score of 74.
The B Division winner was Mike Everett 82, nett 67, by virtue of a better back nine than Cameron Amaira 80, nett 67 with Glenn Coleman 81, nett 68, third.
Saravanan kept his composure and came up with another steady performance in race seven, eight and nine to finish with a nett score of 17.
EAGLESCLIFFE GOLF CLUB Winter 4 BBB Medal: 1st PC Moore & SJ Moore nett 62; 2nd P Mozley & G Lee nett 64; 3rd: GE Millward & RE Jackson nett 65.
He dropped shots on the 12th and 15th with a further double bogey on the 14th to score the best gross of the day a 72, his nett 73 also gifted him third place in Nett Division A (handicap 0-14).
The prize winners also included: Ainsworth Cup, silver best nett J Howard 72; Gardner Cup, best bronze nett, E Pritchard 70; bronze 2nd best nett, K Fitzgerald 71.
At St Pierre, Joseph won the youngest age group - the U13 boys' stableford - with a superb return of 45 points while Chris triumphed in the U18 boys' nett category with a brilliant 64 off his handicap of 12.