Pardon me,' said Mrs Wilfer, after the first salutations, and as soon as she had adjusted
the handkerchief under her chin, and waved her gloved hands, 'to what am I indebted for this honour?
1) We define Adjusted
EBITDA as net sales minus cost of sales (excluding depreciation and amortization) and selling and administrative expenses (excluding depreciation and amortization).
EBITDA was $272 million, up 4% year over year, and the adjusted
EBITDA margin was 34.
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The partnership takes the property, at an adjusted
basis equal to the contributing partner's adjusted
basis in the property.
7% to reach a seasonally adjusted
annual rate of 1.
The possibilities include: a total discretionary trust, such as allowing trustees, within their discretion, to pay the income beneficiary trust income and/or trust principal; an inflation adjusted
annuity trust; and a unitrust requiring fixed distribution of the trust corpus paid annually.
In separate studies, Derek Neal and William Johnson in 1996 and June O'Neill in 1990 found that most of the wage gap between black and white adults disappears once the data are adjusted
to reflect their scores on the Armed Forces Qualifying Test; in other words, those adults with similar scores earned similar wages.
Delphi says the shock absorbers are adjusted
every millisecond based on readings From displacement sensors at each wheel, though it is not the "active" system the company claims it to be.
Excluding discontinued operations and nonrecurring items, Penton's adjusted
EBITDA rose 80.
2461 note), the Board has set forth in paragraph (b) of this section adjusted
maximum penalty amounts for each civil money penalty provided by law within its jurisdiction.
To determine the adjusted
basis per share, the total cost of the shares in the group at the time of disposition is divided by the total number of shares in the group.