merchantable


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fit to be offered for sale

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Thin from below: Smallest-diameter merchantable trees removed until a postharvest residual density target of between 125 and 150 square feet per acre reached.
merchantable height [MHT]) was collected on every third plot.
For reducing amount of chromium, sulfur, phosphorus and carbon, as well as improving quality characteristics of merchantable ferronickel, crude nickel, produced both in electrical and in shaft and blast furnaces, is subjected to refining.
Standing timber can be classified as merchantable (commercial) or premerchantable (precommercial).
In other words, both air and nitrogen injection would result in sendout gas that would meet the applicable terminal and pipeline tariff quantitative composition specifications, but nevertheless SLNG would not pursue either injection method due to concerns that its ultimate downstream customers would reject tendered gas on the basis that it is not merchantable due to the presence of inerts that, while not outside the range of any tariff requirement, were in greater concentration than had previously been found in the Southern Natural pipeline system.
It is not clear, in law, what is meant by merchantable quality.
If, during the drought emergency, the price of merchantable water should go from its existing $45 an acre-foot to $500 per acre-foot, the extra cost to the Castaic agency would be about $9 million.
For example, the provision on merchantable quality in the United Kingdom Sale of Goods Act 1979 reads as follows:
All materials must be new, sound, fair and in merchantable quality.
GPA is composed of 130 corporate members that are engaged in the gathering and processing of natural gas into merchantable pipeline gas, commonly referred to in the industry as "midstream activities.
Earlier, output of merchantable timber was underestimated.
2009) attributed costs to the merchantable and biomass components and estimated stump-to-truck costs of $36.
Dahl and others call Plum Creek lands "highest priority" for the community, but negotiations have not gone beyond the option to purchase at market value after a "real estate cut," which generally removes every merchantable stick.
In a High Court writ the duke's lawyers allege that Cessna and its agents failed to design, make, service and sell an aircraft of merchantable quality.
The Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act of 2000, enacted October 30, 2000, mandated that we assess a merchantable material contracting pilot program authorized by the act and report on our assessment by September 30, 2003.