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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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On the other hand, a mixed case appeal is an appeal filed with the MSPB alleging that an appealable agency action was effected, in whole or in part, because of discrimination.
Now customers can introduce the use of mixed case passwords to meet or exceed current security requirements within their organizations.
The mixed case of public and private provision efficiently satisfies their notion of equity.
PS15 - instead of PS25 - at Majestic, until February 4 when part of a mixed case of six bottles) If you prefer traditional champagne houses, then seek out Canard-Duchene.
A mixed case of 12 different Malbecs, for instance, offers an opportunity to see what all the fuss is about.
GAPWINES on Belfast's Antrim Road does a Brewdog mixed case of 24 bottles for pounds 42 saving 20%.
Wine Cellar now offers a deal on cases of wine, Oddbins offers 20% off the price of a mixed case and Rhythm & Booze and Irish chain Curley's use their membership of buying group Nisa-Today's to sniff out deals.
Fancy being in with a chance of winning a mixed case of these wines to chill out with this summer?
My mixed case arrived and the first bottle to feel the full force of my post-traumatic thirst was an astounding Spanish rose, Pireneos Merlot Cabernet 2006, pounds 6.
She said: "Having a mixed case load of family matters and conveyancing matters may at first seem to be a strange combination of legal work.
At the Wine Cellar you can order a selection of red, white and rose in the mixed case category, and search for your favourite brands.