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As much as Rs 168 billion have been saved in gas projects of 3600-megawatt while 1,320-megawatt Sahiwal Coal Power Plant has been completed in a record period of time,' he added.
begin strikethrough]In computing any period of time prescribed or allowed by these rules, by order of court, or by any applicable statute, the day of the act, event, or default from which the designated period of time begins to run shall not be included.
it] inventory data for the item i in a period of time t.
5 : a period of time associated with a person or thing <the age of dinosaurs>
According to GCM 38786, if the taxpayer cannot submit the supporting statements with the refund claim, it "should be allowed a reasonable period of time in which to furnish the necessary evidence.
Surely there is no chance of the lights going out for any extended period of time.
This Statement supersedes accounting guidance in National Council on Governmental Accounting (NCGA) Interpretation 8, Certain Pension Matters, as amended, which addresses one form of voluntary termination benefits--special termination benefits, or those offered for a "short period of time.
In diabetes, insulin can be given over a long period of time without adverse side effects or toxicities.
The plaintiffs claimed they were injured over a long period of time, beginning as early as 1960 through 1972, but were not aware of their injuries until the mid-1980s as increasing instances of cancer occurred.
Trisel added that when discussions about rate increases occur, changes are implemented over a period of time or after a period of time.
Thirty days is a very short period of time if a purchaser has been waiting over a year to close and then, without expectation, he or she receives the notice to close.
They want to get more house than they can reasonably afford today so they take the chance that (interest) rates won't to go up dramatically and their income will go up,'' he said of loans that don't lock in a rate for a long period of time.