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Package Deal

In futures and options, a large number of transactions that must be conducted at the same time.
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Also, according to Han, SST's new micro-BGA package is easy for designers to implement because it has the same pin-out and ball locations as larger micro-BGA packages, which are now commonly used in handheld devices.
In contrast, the Olympic Sampler package costs $3,129, and includes just three nights' accommodations 47 miles from downtown Sydney, plus air fare, transfers, most meals, shuttle bus to Olympic transportation and choice of a variety of event tickets.
97-35 goes to great lengths to describe the Service's position on capitalizing and amortizing package design costs.
We believed in the package from a societal standpoint.
By April 1993, 60 to 70 percent of the packages on German shelves displayed the DSD membership badge - the green dot - and 12,000 companies (many of them with American parents) had signed up.
To identify pieces of mail that might contain controlled substances, postal inspectors rely on a package profile based on a readily discernable, predetermined set of criteria.
Before purchasing or leasing any software, foundry engineers should determine how that package will fit into their current and future operations.
To fund the DSD, manufacturers charge themselves for each package sold.
For example, American Express Vacations offered a three-night package to St.
89-17, requiring capitalization of all previously deducted costs of package designs, could be modified.
Up to now, thermoforming films for the bottom web of a device package typically have been three-layer coextrusions of EVA-ionomer-EVA or ionomer surrounded by layers of EVA/PE blend.
I think we'll see a continuing lightweight trend and a continuing increase in the use of multi-material packages and that presents opportunities and challenges for us all.