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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Life is not easy being born a deaf-mute, said Tare, who now works as a dishwasher in the main branch of Jollibee in this city.
The handbook is not essential and TARE is not incomplete without it; but the Student Handbook is delicious frosting on the cake since it does add value to the text and is a worthy aid particularly for students and educators--its intended readers and users.
The man, who was later identified as Tare, was hit and he fell on the ground, just below the door.
Container Equipment Tare weights captured through the updated app are automatically matched to pending shipments in the cieTrade software, eliminating the need for scale operators to manually re-key them.
Suemasa, who was slightly overwhelmed by the huge popularity of the character, said she hopes to publish at least one more book to keep Tare Panda fans hooked.
Tare is expected to sign on the dotted line at Vicarage Road tomorrow as efforts continue to get the work permit he needs to seal his move from German club Kaiserslautern.
Rio Ferdinand v Igli Tare Albania may have failed to score in their last three World Cup qualifiers, but Igli Tare has started the season with Italian club Brescia in excellent form.
"Tare is able to reduce costs and ensure raw material supply with its vertical integration program, which allows the company to synthesize the raw materials used in its products."
Other characters living in Tare Gwlad y Teganau (Toytown) now include Cled Clustiau (Big Ears), Beti Bwt (Dinah Doll) and Tesi (Tessie Bear).
VGM is defined as the total weight of the container including the net weight of the cargo and the tare weight of the container itself.
Gross-tare-net mode (GTN) allows the scale operator to process weighments with or without the use of a keyboard-entered tare or autotare by simply pressing the print key.