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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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Predicted seasonal changes in gross energy requirements of Steller sea lions in southeast Alaska (per individual) were largely driven by changes in activity budgets (Fig.
Gross energy was determined in a bomb calorimeter (IKA - WERKE bomb calorimeter [C7000, GMBH & CO.
The moisture, crude protein, lipid, ash, carbohydrate and gross energy content of raw cassava were within the range stated in the literature [14, 15].
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.
Estimated gross energy of protein and carbohydrates was similar among all groups and ranged from 13.
The improvements are expected to reduce gross energy and maintenance costs by an estimated 80%.
Provide a basis for reliable deeming of prescriptive measure-level gross energy
Diet in our study was higher in crude protein and lower in gross energy than acorns of Shumard oak and live oak.
Energy content was analysed as gross energy, which was evaluated by means of the Parr adiabatic bomb calorimetry.
To explore the physio-ecologic characters of shrimp in different nutritional conditions, the responses of growth, FE, energy budget, body biochemical composition, and body gross energy content to feeding levels of Chinese shrimp, Fenneropenaeus chinensis with different body weight, were studied in this experiment.
Projections of gross energy and total protein in diets based on estimated metabolizabilities for males and nonreproductive females predicted that males could subsist on the lowest-quality diets during summer.
The expected decline in credit metrics reflects Fitch's view that gross energy margins at Power will decline, largely due to weak electricity demand driven by the recessionary economic conditions, low natural gas and wholesale electricity prices, and improved reserve capacity margins in the wholesale markets Power operates.
05; AOAC, 2000), gross energy using a bomb calorimeter (Parr 1281 Bomb Calorimeter, Parr Instrument Co.
The potential for using local renewable energy sources in Slovakia is estimated to be 20% of gross energy consumption for biomass (especially in heating) and 5% for solar energy (very promising for heating water).