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MRGLMarginal
MRGLMetabolic Rate for Glucose
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9) For the persistence of marginal cost, I choose [delta] = 0.
Marginal companies refers to firms whose interest coverage ratio _ a measure of a company's ability to honor its debt payments, which is calculated as pre-tax earnings divided by interest payable _ is below 1 for three consecutive years.
Trichiasis is misdirection of the eyelashes toward the globe, and can occur independently or together with marginal entropion.
Essential prerequisites for the clinical success of an all-ceramic restoration includes good esthetics, a high resistance to fracture and perfect marginal fit.
How does your current marginal tax bracket compare to your future marginal tax bracket?
Here in we report a case of unilateral Terrian's marginal corneal degeneration with a long follow up of 29 years at our institute well documented photographically.
On the sidelines of Geo India 2015 conference here on Sunday, oil minister Dharmendra Pradhan said, " We are looking at marginal field auction round on a new revenue sharing model soon.
To address this need, the new revision to ASHRAE Standard 105 includes both average and marginal full-fuel-cycle analysis methodologies that are suitable for inventory calculations, benchmarking, and building energy performance comparisons.
For example, he believes marginal cost provides such strong support for his argument that he includes it in his title.
Enegi said Marginal Field Development Co will be defined and renamed as an upstream energy, engineering company and oil and gas technology, project management whose services are dedicated to the provision of technology that will allow the development of marginal and stranded hydrocarbon fields.
Many techniques such as the direct method, indirect method or relining and injection of coldcure acrylic resin to fabricate provisional restorations have been used for achieving good marginal adaptation of the provisional restoration [6,7].
All of these considerations are relevant, because the ATRA is likely to result in a lower marginal tax rate (early in a working career) at the in-plan rollover date and it is also likely to result in a greater number of years until the start of distributions.