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For Treasury he picked Mnuchin, a former Goldman Sachs partner whose net worth, according to one authoritative estimate earlier this year, is $385 million.
Food waste costs our economies big-time--over $100 billion per year in Canada, according to an authoritative estimate.
The most authoritative estimate was provided by the US Energy Information Administration, saying that the Sea contained just 11 billion barrels of oil and 190 trillion cubic feet of gas as commercially viable reserves.
During Gaddafi's rule an unknown number of Libyans were executed for offences deemed a threat to the state, but there is as yet no authoritative estimate of the number, lawyers say.
The savings from the potential nicking of red tape, according to one authoritative estimate, would amount to about $1.
The authorities have not yet given us any kind of authoritative estimate of casualties.
The lack of an authoritative estimate of the total number of nuclear weapons attests to the need for greater transparency.
According to the Times, the GAO report provides the first authoritative estimate of the extent of data mining by the government.
3 million hectares per year, and until now that figure has stood as the most authoritative estimate of tropical forest loss.
The team analyzed almost 22,000 sales of homes--nearly 4,000 of which contained PV systems, in eight states from 2002-13--producing the most authoritative estimates to date of price premiums for U.
Despite the availability of free and simple checks, authoritative estimates suggest around half of atrial fibrillation patients - the most common heart rhythm disorder - remain undetected," said Arrhythmia Alliance founder and trustee Trudie Lobban.
Because categorisation is so difficult, there are no authoritative estimates of the size or direction of the niche drinks market.