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Adjust

To settle or arrange; to free from differences or discrepancies. To bring to a satisfactory state so that parties are agreed, as to adjust amount of loss by fire or controversy regarding property or estate. To bring to proper relations. To determine and apportion an amount due. The term is sometimes used in the sense of pay, when used in reference to a liquidated claim. Determination of an amount to be paid to insured by insurer to cover loss or damage sustained.

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The rise in the cyclically adjusted deficit-to-GNP ratio contributed to a rise in the cyclically adjusted debt-to-GNP ratio.
Adjusted FFO - Improved $0.3 million, to $27.7 million, versus $27.4 million in the 2018 second quarter.
Metal & glass company Apogee Enterprises Inc (Nasdaq:APOG) stated on Monday its adjusted operating income of USD29.7m for its Q2 fiscal 2019.
Louisiana's not seasonally adjusted nonfarm employment increased by 26,000 jobs from July 2017 to 1,980,200, marking 10 consecutive months of increases, the Louisiana Workforce Commission reported.
Adjusted EBITDA grew 9.2 percent to $173.1 million from $158.5 million in the second quarter last year and Adjusted EBITDA margin expanded 20 basis points to 7.3 percent reflecting higher gross margin, effective cost management and operating leverage.
Adjusted EBIT and adjusted EBITDA, excluding the impact of the KC-390 cost base revision, were USD 109.5 million and USUSD 171.3 million, respectively.
Reported earnings for the year were $10.5 billion, an increase of 18% over last year and adjusted earnings were $10.6 billion, an increase of 14%.
Adjusted third quarter diluted EPS of USD0.60 versus adjusted diluted EPS of USD0.51 in the third quarter of 2014.
Revenue passenger kilometres the number of revenue passengers carried multiplied by the distance flown rose an adjusted 5.8% last month from a year earlier.
The value of construction put in place also climbed 1.3% in April to $970 billion at a seasonally adjusted annual rate, the third straight monthly record; the four-month total is 8% higher than in 2003.
Its adjusted basis at the time of the conversion back to business or income-producing use was $60,000.
The publication also explains that "You can deduct only the amount of your medical and dental expenses that are more than 7.5 percent of your adjusted gross income.

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