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straight-line

To estimate evenly spaced, and regularly increasing, rents or other revenues from a project,although reality may be a little more irregular. In the graph,A (the dark columns) shows a straight-line projection for apartment lease-up over the course of the year. The B columns show a more realistic projection based on an expectation that students will largely fill the apartments in July and August with a small percentage of other rentals coming at various times.

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Federal funding is available to state and eligible local governments and certain private nonprofit organizations on a cost-sharing basis for emergency work and the repair or replacement of facilities damaged by severe storms, straight-line winds and flooding in Johnson and Wyandotte counties.
The trustees of the CLAT found that the original straight-line annuity payment terms provided by the trust would not satisfy the taxpayer's intent, which was to give all of the trust assets to charity over a period of ten years.
The authors propose that the beetles store a compass reading of celestial cues during the dance, which they then use to guide their straight-line trajectory.
Conversely, under ERRS 2, straight-line amortization is not permitted; instead, accelerated amortization must be applied.
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In double-declining balance depreciation, the constant percentage rate is estimated at 200% of the straight-line rate.
Tornadoes and straight-line winds have different effects on buildings, Selvam said.
Straight-line knife position of lower jaw increases effective shear force, while rhomboid shape of knives in the upper jaw increase wire cutting performance in the apex
Just as with the barbell bench press, this is basically a straight-line movement on both the descent and press phases.
In straight-line distance, about how far is Ground Zero from Trinity Church?
R had taken depreciation deductions in excess of straight-line of $7,000 during the five years she owned the building.