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Replacing chart recorders, deadweight testers, and older pressure gauges with reference recorders helps gas companies reduce their equipment costs, training time, and operator error.
Now that we have determined the maximum possible tax revenue for the case of the rectangularly distributed demand functions, we proceed to determine the associated deadweight social loss.
In a regular year, we target these lambs to finish at 18kg to 19kg deadweight and rarely less than an R grade.
Visit the Fluke Calibration website for more information on the P3100 Hydraulic Deadweight Testers.
This deadweight machine simply applies twenty 222 kN (50 000 lbf) forces sequentially.
For simplicity, only considering the effects of increasing efficiency in period 1 and decreasing it in period 2 as described in section II above, disposable income goes up not only by the tax reduction itsel, but (due to reduced deadweight losses in period 1) by an additional amount, dr, where d, again stands for the deficit and r for the marginal deadweight-loss-to-tax ratio.
Aker Philadelphia Shipyard is currently constructing two 46,000 deadweight product tankers for delivery in late 2012 and early 2013, respectively.
Purchase "30 000 tons deadweight transportation included for road works in administration Rajd Arges RA".
With the increase in the Company's fleet deadweight tonnage, it was able to increase the number of nautical trips from 10 trips during the three months ended September 30, 2009 to 28 trips during the three months ended September 30, 2010, or an increase of 180%.
He added: 'M the more so since the average carcase weight of lambs sold deadweight this autumn has been a good 4% higher than the same period last year.
European Commission inspectors have confirmed National Beef Association claims that farmers selling deadweight are being shortchanged by abattoirs cutting away too much tissue from carcasses.
Earlier this month farmers in the Republic of Ireland prompted a stand-off with the country's processors by demanding at least 198p per kilo deadweight after the decoupling of subsidies under CAP reform on January 1.