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advantage

Tennis
a. the point scored after deuce
b. the resulting state of the score
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In this way, customers will not miss out on advantageous offers.
The Contract for this requirement will be awarded based on the most economically advantageous tender.
This is said to be advantageous in that the forklift tines do not rise above the frame and thus can be used anywhere the discharge can fit without having several feet of overhead clearance, according to the company.
This location, in the heart of Somerset county, represented the perfect location for Kanematsu and will be an advantageous site for the company.
Depending on foreign tax law and the respective tax rates, it may be advantageous to sell investments (such as stock) and then acquire similar assets prior to the commencement of U.
An insurance broker can guide drivers towards the most advantageous policy for them and their vehicles.
Contract notice: Emergence sponsor feeding of patients and staffing of the hospital (code number in common procurement vocabulary 55300000-3) budget 3 134 578,00 including vat with the award criterion of the most economically advantageous tender.
The lower durometer of Zeotherm 100-70B is said to make it ideally suited for sealing and grip applications where a softer touch and more rubbery flexibility are advantageous, according to the manufacturer.
He is known for putting together highly advantageous deals for his clients, regardless of market conditions.
In some circumstances, it may be more advantageous to consider legally abandoning the property and claiming an ordinary loss against ordinary income.
Daniels Corporate Advisory Company, our consulting services subsidiary, has managed the execution of four very advantageous acquisitions and provided first-rate strategic direction that has enabled our subsidiaries to reach new heights.
By comparing car insurance quotes, clients will be able to find the most advantageous rates in their area.