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take-home

(tāk-hōm),
epidemiology toxins or other materials carried into an environment from outside it (for example, heavy metals' dust on a worker's clothing brought into a home).
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In in , f hn low in th wv 2% How much more of their earnings people on [euro]70k get as take-home pay
WFP is planning to double the number of girls receiving take-home ration during the coming school year 2014-15.
Scotland is the second most affordable region, with payments taking up 22% of wages, while mortgages in Wales are also cheaper than the UK average, taking up 27% of average take-home pay.
I hope that a free take-home whitening treatment that I'm currently offering to all new patients with their new patient package will serve as an incentive that would make that first step of scheduling a dental visit just a bit easier,” said Dr.
TAKE-HOME SALES Confectionery: 52w/e 10 July 2011 VALUE VOLUME [pounds sterlimg] m y-o-y% Pack% y-o-y% Countlines (exc CBCLs) 395.
Consumers may change their minds as 2011 unfolds, but this ICSC-GS survey suggests that consumers--who have thought about it--are largely cautious on the use of that extra take-home pay," said Niemira.
The second main finding was that many of the women who were motivated to take precautions to reduce these take-home exposures experienced difficulty integrating the precautions into their everyday lives.
Richard Cooper, head of brand and communications at VocaLink, said: "The VocaLink take-home pay index annual figure for 2007 reflects the year's tur bulent economic state.
The figure was an improvement from the previous month, when the rate at which take-home pay was increasing fell by 0.
The higher figure is the take-home pay after expenses and taxes for those running a third of each of the Honda dealerships.
91% of take-home pay if house price growth continues to outstrip earnings growth as predicted.
The group said the rise was the result of higher pay in both the industrial and service sectors, with take-home pay growth for people working in industry rising for the first time this year following the revival in manufacturing.