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Slab

A casing for a coin made and applied by a coin grading service. A coin grading service may put a slab on a coin that it has appraised and authenticated to preserve its condition and value.
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slab

A building foundation of poured concrete,lacking a basement or crawl space.
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Fab Slabs not only provided their brand-new cutting boards for testing but also submitted cutting boards that had been used domestically and commercially for seven to ten years.
The spokesman said OGRA had proposed up to 205 percent increase in gas price for domestic sector, but the government decided to keep first slab, which was about usage of up to 0.5hm3 (in cubic hectometers) gas per month at a rate of Rs 121 per Million British Thermal Unit (MMBTU), unchanged.
He cites a low maintenance, joint-optimized slab's value proposition for a variety of commercial or industrial facilities.
However ECC didn't allow any change in the price for first slab.
The price for second slab (up to 100 cubic meters) is proposed to be increased by almost 190pc to Rs369 per unit, from Rs127 per unit at present.
By increasing the income tax exemption slab from Rs400,000 to Rs1.2 million per annum, the previous government had eroded 521,597 income tax return filers from the tax base, a 42pc of the existing tax base, according to the calculations of the Federal Board of Revenue.
According to the new gas slabs scheme approved by Tehreek-e-Insaf government, the gas companies charged more than double bills at every new slab.
When the old carpets were removed, I noticed many small cracks in the concrete slab floor.
The government is likely to submit its proposal to the GST Council asking it to reduce the tax slabs by end of the year.
It is necessary to calculate the life cycle of voided slabs to evaluate their C[O.sub.2] emissions.
Composite structures are probably the most appropriate application enabling to take full advantage of the outstanding properties of UHPC, and various solutions combining a UHPC slab and a steel girder were successfully developed [5, 6].
Earlier in the day, Finance Secretary Hasmukh Adhia also highlighted a similar notion and said that GST needs simplification, which can be brought out by reducing the number of slabs, only if prevailing conditions permit.