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accrual

A term of art referring to the number of patients in a study or clinical trial.
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The right to accrue annual leave does not continue indefi-nitely and you can impose a cut-off date of up to 18 months from the end of the leave year in which the holiday accrued (although it might be possible to reduce this to 15 months).
However, an election may be made to include market discount as it accrues on bonds and notes other than tax-exempt obligations purchased before May 1, 1993, short-term obligations, U.S.
* Whether interest related to troubled loans is a deductible expense to the borrower (the issuer of a note) as it accrues; and
Lycos Europe, which handles more than 2.4bn page views per month across 14 countries, will use Accrue G2 to enhance its Internet traffic analysis, to enable it to acquire a basis for such business decisions as the justification and direction of site development and identification of the most effective partnerships.
Accrue Hit List 4.7 is available immediately with a complete installation costing USD25,000.
"As a leading database technology provider in the multi-channel commerce segment, IBM is the natural choice as Accrue's preferred database Business Partner," said Jonathan D.
Member benefits include easy access to technology expertise from companies such as Accrue, Cisco, Oracle, Hewlett Packard, EMC, and TIBCO to enable customers to build successful Internet initiatives, while continuing to focus on their core competencies.
It brings customers such as Citibank, Broadcast.com, Compaq, Dell and IBM to the newly enlarged Accrue, which says it will have more than 300 customers in all once the deal is completed, which is expected to be later this month.
Employees can accrue a maximum of 704 hours of unused sick leave to use for long-term disability in the event of a serious injury or illness.
43 states that an employer should accrue a liability for compensation of future absences if all of the following conditions are met:
This means that if you are an employee contracted to work on a seven-day basis and accrue six weeks annual leave, or if you have accrued this leave for working on Sundays and public holidays, you are able to cash out your additional annual leave.
If you have been given notice pay instead of working out your notice, your employment ends on that date, so holiday does not accrue anymore.