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capitalization

n. 1) the act of counting anticipated earnings and expenses as capital assets (property, equipment, fixtures) for accounting purposes. 2) the amount of anticipated net earnings which hypothetically can be used for conversion into capital assets.

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In conventional mixed case appeals, i.e., those cases where a claim of prohibited discrimination is raised in connection with an action that is within the MSPB's jurisdiction, (20) there is no duplication of efforts between the MSPB and the EEOC with respect to the initial findings on the merits of the discrimination claim because only the MSPB administrative judge reviews the discrimination claim in a mixed case filed with the MSPB.
Visitors who pre-register and attend MEATUP on either 21st or 22nd June 2011 are entered into the exhibition prize draw, meaning one lucky visitor will win a mixed case of wine delivered to their door.
Remember, the minimum purchase from Majestic is a mixed case of six bottles.
Fancy being in with a chance of winning a mixed case of these wines to chill out with this summer?
River Route is offering 15 Chronicle readers the chance to win a mixed case of 12 bottles of wine.
1998 Chardonnay ([pound]5.99) as one of its best mixed case wines and the 1997 Cabernet franc was a (Steven Spurrier) choice as Best New World Red in the July issue.
The software supports precise sequencing for goods-to-person workstations and mixed case palletizing as well as the ability to transfer loads between storage aisles within the rack structure.
There are various membership options to suit all budgets and new members will even receive a mixed case of National Trust beers.
The Multishuttle 2 staging and sequencing engine supports goods-to-person picking, pick face replenishment, kitting, order consolidation, mixed case palletizing and work-in-process storage.
The simple option is to go for a Christmas special, a mixed case that takes away all the effort of making a choice.