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profit

the amount by which income exceeds expenditure.

profit sharing
profit sharing between a professional and a lay person is illegal in most countries because it is considered to be improper for a nonveterinarian to have any authority over the quality and style of the work of a professional person.
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Thus, you might make less than the normal profit margin on some individual pieces but more than make it up on others.
9 million of normal profit during 2002, substantially all of which relates to infrastructure projects that were acquired in 2000 from Raytheon Company.
Gross profit includes approximately $30 million of normal profit most of which relates to projects acquired from Raytheon in 2000 that are expected to be finished by year-end.
SGF Health is a subsidiary of the Societe generale de financement du Quebec whose mission is to implement economic development projects in cooperation with partners under normal profit conditions.
SETO having manufacturing facilities in Malaysia, Hong Kong and China for the telecommunication equipment needed for this joint venture will enable us to be an in-house supplier with normal profit margins to the group and also reducing costs by not buying from third party suppliers, thereby establishing another profit center for SETO Holdings, Inc.
86 per share, returning to normal profit levels from a prior year loss of $1,465,000 or $.
The higher loss ratio is attributed to seasonal increases in group life claims and a return to normal profit margins in the workers' compensation business.
With tapering off of end-unit prices, the developers will rush to areas with higher Q-Ratios to experience higher appreciation of land prices, and trade away expected super normal profits, stated the report which analyses an integral part of the UAE's real estate transformation and cycles.
charging so high, way above to make super normal profits at the expense of consumers.