MEHL pays these units regular dividends.
These nine square units compose a 225-foot-square base.
To calculate units, multiply millilitres by ABV, and divide by 1,000.
Last quarter, Sonder signed up 3,000 units, up from 350 the same period a year before.
Many of the ancient terms for administrative units have survived in the form of place-names.
This signal is then passed on to output units or to another layer of hidden units.
“The usual prescribed dose in most countries is 800 to 1,000 units per day (so 24,000-30,000 units per month).
Market-rate units are units that have no rent restrictions and don't have to abide by affordable housing laws.
(The term moiety is used when a tribe is divided into two complementary units; the term phratry when there are more than two units.)
Electronic flash units are available in a range of sizes from miniature versions built into small cameras to large, powerful studio units.
Other units, such as those of the British engineering system, are still in use in some places, but these are now defined in terms of the SI units.
Infantry soldiers can carry portable radar units to detect moving tanks, and smaller units can be fitted into soldiers’ helmets to detect enemy troops.
Golden Age nets used the same activation function for all units, and units in a layer were fully connected to units in adjacent layers.
By the end of 2012, he was renting out five units — the additional two units in the triplex, the two units in the duplex, and the condo.
Rem units are especially useful for maintaining high accessibility standards as websites coded with rem units will be compatible with browser text resizing.
One option is to designate 25% of units in a residential project that has at least 10 units as affordable or below-market-rate, which Elsey said his plans comply with.
Units in a net are usually segregated into three classes: input units, which receive information to be processed, output units where the results of the processing are found, and units in between called hidden units.
When 10 units of welfare goes to someone highly deserving, someone who deserves a high welfare level, the value of that 10 units is “augmented,” so that 10 units of welfare corresponds to a much larger number of units of value-for-the-world.
"If the company can manage 90K units during an extraordinarily challenging quarter, there is no reason that TSLA cannot be shipping 130K to 140K units a quarter by the end of the year in our opinion," Osha said, adding, "That puts TLSA on a trajectory to ship 757K units in 2021."
The ADA added: "The Chief Medical Officers’ low risk unit guidelines recommended that adults only drink 14 units of alcohol per week and that as a bottle of prosecco was roughly 8.2 units the ad was also encouraging consumers to have roughly 60 per cent of the advised weekly units in one sitting."
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