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Emissions estimated using the TWA limit are calculated by multiplying the design volume flow of all building exhaust fans in the areas where the processes are located by the 5 mg/[m.sup.3] TWA limit.
In addition, this crime, with an estimated total of 7.9 million offenses, comprised 55 percent of the Crime Index total.
* The Defence Expenditure in 1993-94 estimated at Rs.
Hashem Akbari and his coworkers at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratories have estimated that the total impact of planting 100 million trees around homes and small businesses--coupled with a program to convert dark-colored surfaces such as streets, parking lots, and buildings to light colors--could save about 17 million tons of carbon emissions each year.
These events must now be communicated immediately to the individual's tax adviser, to ensure that the estimated tax situation is reviewed and all appropriate payments made.
The development expenditure outside PSDP has been###The expenditure on General Public Services is estimated at Rs
Construction of road at main Bhara Kau, Dhoke Mohri road at estimated cost Rs 58.000 million.
f) The external receipts in 2012-13 are estimated at Rs 387 billion.
The approach a company uses should account for most of the factors that have an impact on the input being estimated. For example, in estimating the weighted-average-life of an option using the Black-Scholes-Merton model, CPAs should explicitly account for any period over which the option cannot be exercised and for any predictable employee exercise patterns of which they are aware.
The ability to accurately determine those estimated costs could help the estimator/bidder avoid the estimating disasters encountered by most demolition contractors with experience bidding on diversified projects.
Individual addresses were geocoded with an estimated error of < 100 m for 90% of the addresses.
* Spending for the Department of Education has grown from $35.7 billion in 2001 to an estimated $62.8 billion in 2004.

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