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TAC

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Sprat: The Commission proposes to reduce the TAC for sprat by 11%, to 222,102 tonnes.
Sprat: here, too, the member states accepted the Commission's proposal for an 11% increase in the TAC, which rises from 225,237 tonnes in 2012 to 249,978 tonnes in 2013.
5% in custody transfer error that TAC endures, the company loses 1,000 barrels of product per cycle at the Caddo Mills terminal.
The SDDC normally charged the port-handling costs to the shipper through the same TAC as the over-ocean costs were charged.
Whereas the TAC as a melt required an extensive period of addition, the mixing procedure operated at relatively low force shortly after closing of the mixing chamber.
As mentioned previously, at the outset of Operation Iraqi Freedom the TAC consisted of two BFVs.
Accordingly, the court reversed the decision of the circuit court, thereby affirming the TAC.
Each of the three controls [target concentrations low (L), medium (M), and high (H): 15, 25, and 40 [micro]g/L, respectively, for the TAC I; and 5, 11, and 22 [micro]g/L for the TAC II)] was used in replicates of 20 during three consecutive days.
TAC found that although there were community-based work programs for school age youths with deaf-blindness, there was a paucity of comparable programs for adults who are deaf-blind.
The campaign highlights the TAC s role as a provider of support and compensation for crash survivors, encouraging them to access these benefits to assist with their recovery.
Cod: The Commission proposes a 15% increase (from 58,957 to 67,850 tonnes) in the TAC for Eastern Baltic cod and a 13% increase (from 18,800 to 21,300 tonnes) for Western Baltic cod.