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The difference in decibels between the average sound pressure levels produced in two rooms by a sound source in one of them.


The country code for Nauru.
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Language also is being added to the rule comment to provide, "A nonrefundable retainer or nonrefundable flat fee is the property of the lawyer and should not be held in trust.
Cost is $40 plus a $10 materials fee and a $3 nonrefundable processing fee.
They will enable customers purchasing nonrefundable tickets to stand by for alternative flights, and are valid for one-way travel on the originally scheduled travel date, subject to certain limitations.
91, Accounting for Nonrefundable Fees and Costs Associated with Originating or Acquiring Loans and Initial Direct Costs of Leases, required the company to prorate the annual fees for book purposes.
I examine corporate call policy for nonrefundable debt.
No official source explains how to apply the stacking order for nonrefundable personal credits (NPC).
The major carriers have made all classes of seats, including first-class and full-coach, nonrefundable and instant-purchase for some popular destinations," notes ASTA President and CEO Joe Galloway.
Some lawyers have long considered the fees unethical, and a New York study indicated that from 1982 to 1992, 27 percent of all complaints made to the state's legal oversight panel concerned nonrefundable retainers.
All bidders must complete the registration form and pay the nonrefundable Annual Bid Security Program fee of one hundred dollars ($100.
Another pending change would clarify that nonrefundable fees are considered earned on receipt and must not be placed in lawyers' trust accounts.
Nonrefundable Personal Credits: Under existing law, for 2006, nonrefundable personal credits, except the child credit, the adoption credit and the low income saver's credit could not exceed the excess of the regular tax over the tentative minimum tax.