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overhead,

n the production costs required to be expended by the dental professional to practice the profession (e.g., rent, utilities, salaries, laundry). Costs include any involved with management, supplies, equipment, salaries (taxes), and maintenance. Amounts deducted from the gross receipts of a dental practice before the dental professional's net income (take-home pay) is received.
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Customers are always amazed with the vast number of possibilities and design options Overhead Door offers.
The YFAI console offers most of the features and functions of traditional overhead consoles, including lighting for switches as well as the integration of lights, microphones and garage door openers.
In total dollars, the blog's study estimates, overhead will have added $273 billion by 2022.
Techno Time Company will complete this overhead bridge within a year.
Prospect Genius is doing more than simply building and launching a Web site on Koops Overhead Doors' behalf.
In the Detail section, add another row to show the Variable Overhead Rate.
You are able to select from two companies: Company A says, "My prices are cheaper," and you end up spending $37,000 on supplies to do $600,000 in dentistry--a six point sixteen percent supply overhead percentage.
This was when the Overhead was only three years old.
Overhead costs support a specific part or function of the company rather than the whole company.
The only benefit I can foresee is an overhead view of Gasworks Gardens.
ELECTRICITY bosses are urging North-East farmers to watch out for overhead power lines whilst harvesting.