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quantity survey

An appraisal method used to calculate the reproduction cost of a structure by quantifying all materials,labor and overhead necessary to reproduce it.
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However, the fragmented Construction Takeoff Softwaremarket has several new entrants that are giving tough competition to the established names.
Taking off uphill requires the energy for a standard takeoff roll; plus, if you use the entire runway, the kinetic energy equivalent of hauling your aircraft's gross weight up to the top of a seven-story building.
We recommend following the Husky manual by making all crosswind takeoffs with the flaps up and keeping the airplane on the ground until reaching 53 MPH.
Muraki Y, Ae M, Koyama H, Yokozawa T, 2008, Joint torque and power of the takeoff leg in the long jump, International Journal of Sport and Health Science, 6:21-32
In addition to the three personnel in the seat, the junior flight engineer and an off-duty pilot had also been in the flight station during the takeoff. How had five sets of eyes and ears not picked up on the fact that the flaps weren't configured correctly?
(1990) Techniques used by elite long jumpers in preparation for takeoff. Journal of Biomechanics 23, 229239.
" Shortly after ( the) Kingfisher flightC* ( was) cleared for takeoff by the Mumbai ATC around 13.36 hours, the commander was directed to reject takeoff.
The FAA said 818 planes would be affected by the order to fix a software malfunction that caused two airliners to abort takeoffs in January in the US.
According to him, the process of de-icing planes before takeoff is the cause of the delays.
"Ethiopian Airline Flight 409 crashed about five minutes after takeoff at 2:30 am (1230 GMT)," an airport official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.