MPGE


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MPGEManufactured, Produced, Grown, or Extracted
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A wholly owned subsidiary of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, the Mashantucket Pequot Gaming Enterprise (MPGE) is the management entity over Foxwoods Resort Casino, the first full-service gaming enterprise built on an Indian reservation and one of the largest resort casinos in North America.
(7) DPGR is the gross receipts of the taxpayer derived from certain qualifying activities, the most important of which includes the rental, license, sale, exchange, or other disposition of qualifying production property that was MPGE by the taxpayer in whole or in significant part within the United States.
Designed for urban driving, the car offers 119 MPGe and will do 0 to 60 in 7.2.
"We started from the ground up to design the most technologically advanced minivan, which offers bold styling, class-leading ride and handling, and unmatched fuel economy, with the Pacifica Hybrid delivering up to 80 miles per gallon equivalent (MPGe) in city driving," Timothy Kuniskis, head of passenger car brands, FCA-North America, said in a press release.
The proposed regulations regarding what activities qualify as manufacturing, producing, growing, or extracting (MPGE) are at odds in one respect with a district court's recent decision in Precision Dose, Inc., No.
MPGE Miles per gallon "equivalent," an easier energy metric for our fossil-fueled brains to handle than kWh kilowatt-hours.
Specifically, how can a contract manufacturer lease, rent, sell, exchange, or dispose of QPP that is MPGE when the contract manufacturer is merely performing a service, may not have title to the property, and thus may be unable to make a sale or disposition?
miles-per-gallon-equivalent ("MPGe") over a range of
The new Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle will offer an EPA-estimated 67 miles per gallon equivalent (mpge) city/highway/combined when it hits dealerships this autumn, and an EPA-estimated driving range rating of 312 miles on a single fill of hydrogen.
Electric cars' efficiency is measured in MPGe, which stands for "miles per gallon equivalent" and is the metric that federal agencies use to compare these vehicles' energy consumption with that of gasoline-powered vehicles.