small capital

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a character having the form of an upper-case letter but the same height as lower-case letters

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We look forward to providing cost-effective services and efficient manpower practices to improve the refinerys performance across our maintenance, small capital construction, and shutdowns and turnarounds programs.
A PS500,000 Small Capital Investment Fund is also open for applications from Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Pembrokeshire.
Furthermore, the CEO still plans a small capital round by the end of the year to raise several millions of euro.
The machine is simple, flexible and can offer a labour saving for a relative small capital investment.
The SME Small Capital Investment Grant is open to eligible small and medium sized enterprise (SMEs) in Wales.
The offload will result in a small capital gain, the company added.
Thirty-five projects have been awarded funding as part of Arts Council England's small capital grants programme.
The Community Rink Affordability Grant, launched in the fall, supports operating costs and small capital upgrades at ice pads across the province.
The ratings mirror the weak financial risk profile of the company, its small scale of operations, low profitability margins, small capital base and high leverage.
The sale will result in a small capital gain, to be booked in the first quarter of 2011, Nederman said.
Fifteen Post Offices have been awarded grants of up to pounds 5,000 each for small capital projects and 48 have been awarded up to pounds 20,000 each for larger capital projects.
5 million capital development campaign aiming to build a new Ferndale Boys & Girls Club in Pioneer Park and fund small capital projects at the Bellingham, Lummi Island, Lynden and Blaine branches.
FLOOD victims in Morpeth are to benefit from cash usually earmarked to pay for small capital schemes in and around the town.
Government funds, a donation by St Theresa's church and their own small capital have seen the organisation move to a central area in Broad Lane, Broadway.
The new funds are: the Chisholm Fund, for congregations and missions in Saskatchewan and western Canada needing assistance for small capital projects or programs; the Special Project Fund, for non-congregational ministries seeking assistance with small projects; and the McBain/ Barker Small Community Capital Fund, for congregations in small communities seeking assistance with small capital improvements to church buildings.