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Ton

$100 million in bond trader's terms.

TON

1. GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Tonga. The code is used for transactions to and from Tongan bank accounts and for international shipping to Tonga. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.

2. Informal; in bond trading, $100 million.
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Therefore, based on material selection, the tonnage required will likely be less than the typical 3 tons/[in.
Since bottoming out in the summer of 2009, tonnage is up a very robust 18.
Though the Framers could not have foreseen the effects the Tonnage Clause would have on a city 3500 miles removed from Independence Hall, they would no doubt have been unsurprised by the fact that the recent litigation, well over two hundred years removed from the Clause's ratification, was focused on a valuable commodity abundant in one state and desired by the rest.
Wheelabrator reimbursed the town for the unused tonnage at the Tier I rate, which is $36.
one machine can operate over a wide tonnage range, which is useful for scheduling work that had to be performed on different size linkage machines;
The shipping tonnage of 877 million gross tons last year was 2.
There is a great feeling of disappointment that the tonnage tax was not included in the range of incentives to boost industry and enterprise," said Jimmy Knapp, general secretary of shipping union, the RMT.
9) It summarily rejected the continued validity of the Northwest Ordinance and the Virginia Compact, it ignored or misinterpreted more than 200 years of Duty of Tonnage Clause, Supremacy Clause and Commerce Clause jurisprudence, and it declared that interstate river traffic is fair game for the State's tax collector.
Lower tonnage could prompt the landfill to demand higher rates, he said.
The "but for" tonnage projection is shown in column E of exhibit 1 below.
Forty-seven countries have now ratified the convention, substantially more than the 30 required, but whether the requirement for Parties to hold 35% of the worlds tonnage has been met is still being calculated.