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2004; Hanson and Sauls, 2011), likely amplifies the impact of discarding practices during closed-season trips given the greater depths fished compared to open-season trips (Wilson and Burns, 1996; Coggins et al.
Coyne points out that if what distinguishes such a "potentially human creature" is the possession of a nervous system or consciousness, as it has in the later stages of fetal development, then the presence of such features should prohibit discarding a fetus at our will.
whether currently received or not, is more cost-effective than discarding
The stock of capital changes over time as a result of new investment in capital assets, discarding of capital assets, and decay or loss in economic value of existing capital assets.
Both salmon and halibut are officially considered "prohibited species" for trawlers and mandatory discarding is the general rule.
There is also the painful process of discarding used hardware (usually at garage sale prices).
Consumers are responsible for the costs associated with purchasing and discarding the packaging.
OTCBB: WSRT), d/b/a QSGI, and independent services suppliers, reflect the growing awareness of business and governmental agencies that they are as liable for improperly discarding computer hardware as they are for putting new secure systems in place, according to Marc Sherman, the company's chairman and chief executive officer.
The Firewall is able to protect the embedded Internet Protocol stack of a dedicated system by discarding unwanted packets that might be part of a hacker attack.
Thread meat and vegetable cubes alternately on skewers, discarding marinade.
I am under no illusion of the challenges the effective implementation of a discards policy pose for European fishermen and for the Member States of the EU, and will work intensively with my European Ministerial colleagues over the course of the February Council to deliver a policy with an ambitious timetable for implementation that will end the discarding of fish and support the rebuilding of fish stocks and the future of coastal communities depending on fishing.