Tare


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TARE, weights. An allowance in the purchase and sale of merchandise, for the weight of the box, bag, or cask, or other thing, in which the goods are packed. It is also an allowance made for tiny defect, waste, or diminution in the weight, quality or quantity of goods. It differs from tret. (q.v.)

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He said they didn't have any actual information that Tare was on board a bus from Tagbilaran City to Ubay town.
The ten major parts of the TARE text have different trim or theme colors; however, the Student Handbook does not.
Tare admitted they lowered their valuation of the forward to help him secure a move to Villa, as he had been such a good servant to the club.
Sachin Tendulkar was not risked after the wrist injury that forced him to retire hurt in the last game against the Sunrisers, giving Tare an opportunity to shine at the top of the innings.
On a day interrupted by bad light and rain, Agarkar ( 113*) and Tare ( 108*) added 181 runs in 65 overs to all but demolish any hopes Services had of clinching a surprise spot in the final of the coveted domestic tournament.
I've never seen a case like this at the hospital but your training immediately kicks in and you know what to do," Tare told the local Essex Chronicle.
ErgoClips enable the safe dosing of precious samples directly into tare vessels without needing to use weighing paper.
He was given his marching orders following a row with Lazio executive Igli Tare.
The first weigh would be of the empty bottle; this would establish the tare weighment of each bottle prior to filling.
Whilst I will not argue with Gayfer's calculations of tare ratios of 500:l for the cruise liner compared with 1:2 for the bulk carrier and 3:1 for the airliner and car, he will no doubt agree that the value of the "cargo" carried by the cruise liner is in every way equal to that carried in the airliner and the car.
A look back at the Inaugural staging of the tournament in South Africa and a Chance to see how the first champions were crowned, Paul Collingwood's England were drawn in a group alongside Australia and Zimbabwe and were expected to tare relatively well, with many of their squard vastly experienced at the 20-overs format.
It also means that you can measure one ingredient into the bowl, then tare the scale back to zero and add a second ingredient without dumping the first out.