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With over 33 hectares of leasable space already built to date, we will very soon start to see substantial contribution from recurring revenue flowing into our financials.
The Bank's Recurring Deposit is a simple way for all our individual customers to implement savings as a financial obligation and turn it into a positive habit.
The alliance is designed to help businesses generate revenue and increase customer retention by creating best practice-based, end-to-end recurring revenue solutions.
In addition, for 2010 to 2012, SES continues to target a compound annual growth rate for recurring revenue of 5%, including the effect of the termination of analogue DTH transmissions in Germany, the bulk of which is expected to occur by mid-year 2012.
69-587 and Eastman Kodak predate the effective date of the recurring item exception.
After playing a recurring role last season where she and Josh (Bradley Whitford) circled and smooched one another, Mary-Louise Parker joins ``The West Wing'' cast full time, joined by Lily Tomlin, who plays President Bartlett's new secretary.
could you suggest more efficient ways of handling recurring issues?
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (The WB) Recurring gay character Tara (Amber Benson) plays the current interest of .
A new study now links a second repeater with a supenova remnant, helping clinch the association between this recurring radiation and neutron stars.
One recurring source of that friction is the requirement that proper distinctions be drawn between capital expenditures and deductible ordinary and necessary business expenses.
18 people reported symptoms of recurring winter depression and three fulfilled criteria for summer depression.
This exception applies if (1) the all-events test is otherwise satisfied for economic performance; (2) economic performance occurs on or before the earlier of the date the taxpayer files a timely return or within 8 1/2 months after the end of the tax year; (3) the item is recurring in nature; and (4) either the item is material or its accrual results in a more proper match: against income than if the item were accrued in the year of economic performance.