carry-over


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carry-over

[′kar·ē ‚ō·vər]
(chemical engineering)
Unwanted liquid or solid material carried by the overhead effluent from a fractionating column, absorber, or reaction vessel.
(hydrology)
The portion of the stream flow during any month or year derived from precipitation in previous months or years.
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Since the minimums have been raised, the carry-overs are much larger - pounds 60 or pounds 70 is the norm - and this obviously attracts more money chasing the pot, and strengthens the pool.
Brown has assembled all new quotes of President Bush's malapropisms and oratorical meanderings, with no carry-overs from the year before -- making the (Mis)Speak series the largest collection of President Bush's verbal idiosyncrasies in print.
FundTax Pro also includes the same functionality offered by FundTax, a GainsKeeper tool that completes tracking of wash sale deferrals and reversals, holding period carry-overs and basis adjustments.
However, none of the bets placed - many of which took advantage of half-price discount vouchers carried in the Racing Post - had all six winners, meaning there will be carry-overs for both the win and bonus pools.
First, any modified capital gain net income (MCGNI) allocated to each period is offset by any recognized built-in capital losses and any capital loss carry-overs, subject to the Sec.
Today's textile and apparel companies seek to gain greater, more granular visibility into their extended supply chains while shortening overall time in the pipeline and reducing costs associated with inventory carry-overs.
The corporation being acquired has unused net operating losses, capital losses or tax credit carry-overs.
With some of the answers you will need to think outside the box and use carry-overs.