K Contractor Facility K Contractor Facility L Specialized L Specialized Repair Activity Repair Activity D Depot, Mobile Depot D Depot, Mobile Depot and Specialized Repair Activity Z Navy Use Only Z Nonreparable B Recondition RECOVERABILITY 5TH POSITION 6 DISPOSITION: When unserviceable or uneconomically
repairable, condemn or dispose.
It is good for government to set prices high enough to ensure that small uneconomically
viable projects will be built.
Under this view, the financially distressed small business is uneconomically
consuming scarce resources.
The re-use of manure could be one way of creating edible protein from waste material which is often disposed of uneconomically
and also creates a nuisance.
I know when I'm driving uneconomically
by the number of visits I make to the petrol station.
If the actual costs are higher than the calculated costs, the companies produce uneconomically
According to Carl von Clausewitz, "If a segment of one's force is located where it is not sufficiently busy with the enemy, or if troops are on the march--that is, idle--while the enemy is fighting, then these forces are being managed uneconomically
Honda announced a new 'Earthdream' public relations assault earlier this year, seemingly unaware that the positivity of their new green colour scheme was more than negated by the fact their entire raison d'etre encourages people to get into cars and drive them quickly and uneconomically
Producers want to minimize this variability to improve product stability and product quality while not extending drying times uneconomically
It is possible to use solid CRA pipe material, but to achieve the required strength properties, the wall thickness of the pipe would be uneconomically
They are for the most part holding out for a larger slice of the pie (which the oil companies claim is an uneconomically
larger piece) together with a level of control over the surrounding traditional lands that is quite outside what the federal government has offered (and settled with) other First Nations.
Management indicated that when it eventually becomes uneconomically
sound to continue expansion at a 8 percent rate, it would begin to gradually slow the pace of growth," the report said.
1995; Nolan, 1995; Stiglitz, 1999, 2001; Kolodko, 2000); disorganisation (Blanchard, 1997; Blanchard and Kremer, 1997); state desertion (Abel and Bonin, 1993; Popov, 2000); the absence (at any rate in some countries) of functioning markets for factors of production (Polishchuk, 1997); an inheritance of military, non-competitive and uneconomically
located production for which there was little or no demand under the new circumstances; time lags that prevented the expansion of increased profit sectors being able to compensate immediately for the decline of reduced profit sectors; a fall in demand; and international competition.
Unless the individual has priced up the race he is analysing, the advice to avoid a horse because it represents an uneconomically
short price should be treated with a great deal of suspicion.
We have struggled for several years now to maintain a (Welsh) first-language group which is uneconomically
small,' said Mrs Chantrell.