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twelve dozen

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the entire amount of income before any deductions are made

earn before taxes, expenses, etc

before any deductions

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lacking fine distinctions or detail

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repellently fat

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visible to the naked eye (especially of rocks and anatomical features)

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conspicuously and tastelessly indecent

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conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible

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The market dry 'abacha' sample (6) was slightly lower in moisture and higher in crude protein, crude lipid, carbohydrate and gross energy content, while the laboratory sample was slightly higher in crude fibre and ash values.
When dietary minima were combined with projected metabolizabilities, reproductive females required diets with 32% and 57% more gross energy than nonreproductive females during winter gestation and summer lactation, respectively (Fig.
Apparent digestibility of gross energy, crude protein and crude fat observed in the present study was significantly improved by acidifying the phytase containing sunflower meal based diet in L.
The coefficients of digestibility of dry matter, gross energy, crude protein, Ca, P, as well as DE and ME of the two control diets were high compared to the other diets.
Generally, the impact of phytase supplementation on nutrient digestibility depend o Like the crude protein, the significantly highest values of crude fat and gross energy digestibility were observed at 750 FTU kg-1 diet as compared with reference diet and other remaining phytase levels based test diets.
Dry matter, crude protein, crude fibre, ether extract, neutral detergent fibre and gross energy contents were affected by the treatments imposed on the wild cocoyam.
Gross energy (GE) per gram dry weight of each sample in each treatment: body tissue (BT, minus gonad value), feces, mucus and ripe female gonad of Haliotis tuberculata.
Geothermal energy is one of the indigenous and environmentally-friendly energy resources currently in use which the EU intends to expand in order to reach its established targets for renewables' contribution to gross energy consumption in Europe, from the present 6% to 12% by the year 2010.
and Poland must meet 15 percent of their gross energy consumption through renewables by 2020, and wind installations are expected to play a significant role in meeting this requirement.
The concentration of gross energy (GE) in diets and in urine and fecal samples was determined using an isoperibol bomb calorimeter (model 6300, Parr Instruments, Moline, IL, USA).
Intakes of dry matter (DM), crude protein (CP), neutral detergent fibre (NDF), acid detergent fibre (ADF), and gross energy (GE) were determined over a 30-day period.
The gross energy (GE) of crude glycerin, diets, urine, and fecal samples from each pig were determined by calorimeter.
Provide a basis for reliable deeming of prescriptive measure-level gross energy
Gross energy content was measured by combustion in an adiabatic bomb calorimeter (Parr Instruments, Moline, IL, USA, model Parr 6200), and chromic oxide was determined using a process involving perchloric and nitric acid digestion followed by atomic absorption spectrometric determination (KIMURA & MILLER, 1957).