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above

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the expense of maintaining property (e.g., paying property taxes and utilities and insurance)

(computer science) the processing time required by a device prior to the execution of a command

(computer science) the disk space required for information that is not data but is used for location and timing

a transparency for use with an overhead projector

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(nautical) the top surface of an enclosed space on a ship

a hard return hitting the tennis ball above your head

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located or originating from above

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The City of Union City is requesting proposals for a Comprehensive Fee and Rate & an Overhead Cost Allocation Study.
Contractors who choose to go the easy way and recover project overhead costs through setting a percentage of direct costs may end up over-or under-estimating these costs which may lead to incorrect bid [2].
In literature and in practice one can find different definitions of overhead costs (Cilensek 1991; Tah et al.
Thus, the plain language of the constitutional provision approved by the voters only required the counties to pay overhead costs for the offices specified in subsection (c)," wrote Justice Peggy Quince in the September 22 opinion, in which the other six justices concurred.
I am convinced that the discovered results and conclusions will point out the slack attention which is dedicated to costs problems, especially to overhead costs in the Czech Republic and all regions in the middle Europe.
Table 1: Basic methodology of cost calculation for estimating Selling price Prime costs Cost of production (model for feature-oriented estimating) Material costs Manufacturing costs Production material Direct labor costs Material overhead cost Machine-dependent production (allowance proportional to overhead costs (feature-oriented) production material) Residual production overhead costs (allowance proportional to direct labor costs) Special direct costs of production Administration- and sales overhead costs (allowance proportional to production costs) Special direct selling costs Profit margin (as a percentage of prime costs)
DataLounge has a single paid editor, limits its content to news and gossip, requires no additional housing beyond Mediapolis's offices, and has almost no overhead costs.
Instead of the industry norm to keep overhead costs low by reducing staff and salaries, practices that spend more than the average on staff salaries do better financially in the end.
During each month of 1988, MDT made a record of the monthly total of direct labor dollars and actual overhead costs in dollars.
The eFax server is a member of Quadrant's FastFax Family of Products, a suite of eFax servers designed for eBusiness use to improve employee efficiency and reduce overhead costs associated with the manual faxing of business documents.
The main reason to use activity-based costing is to allocate the estimates of overhead costs that traditionally were allotted on a plant- or company-wide basis.
He had independently prepared a cost study, assigning labor and overhead costs for the estimated sales of each product unit.
However, allocable overhead costs for influencing legislation and direct communication with covered executive branch officials are ignored in determining whether the $2,000 de minimis limit is exceeded.
Governmental transfers of resources entail enormous overhead costs, which appear in both the tax system that collects the funds and in the disbursement system that allocates the subsidies.