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Prolongation

 

(1) An extension of a contract beyond the effective period specified when the contract was concluded.

(2) An extension of the repayment period on loans issued to enterprises and organizations by the State Bank of the USSR.

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Asked if the new oil stabilizer would compete with Prolong Engine Treatment, Elton Alderman, explained, "Prolong Engine Treatment is a concentrated metal treatment that actually bonds to the metal surfaces of the engine for unequaled protection against extreme pressure friction and heat.
If, during any calendar year, Prolong returns a 20% EBIT of net sales then the sellers will be entitled to a GBP 150,000 bonus payment.
Abraham Abuchowski, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Prolong Pharmaceuticals and added, "We look forward to developing several product candidates from this license, leveraging Valentis' work and investment in the field.
Does this increase in CD4 T cell count mean the same thing as the increases seen with anti-HIV drugs, where confirmatory studies show such increases (brought about by controlling HIV replication and immune destruction) delay HIV disease progression and prolong life?
determined that my death is imminent except for death-delaying procedures, I direct that such procedures which would only prolong the dying process be withheld or withdrawn, and that I be permitted to die naturally with only the administration of medication, sustenance, or the performance of any medical procedure deemed necessary by my attending physician to provide me with comfort care.
Assuming that an expenditure does not materially add to the value of the property, appreciably prolong its life, or adapt it to a new or different use, an expenditure that causes property to be safe to people is no less deserving of the status of a deductible repair (indeed, such an expenditure is probably more deserving) than an expenditure that ensures the efficient mechanical operation of the property.
Internal causes of variation include situations that can prolong waiting times and that are controlled by the physician or staff.
When an expenditure substantially prolongs an asset's normal, expected useful life, it generally is treated as a capital expenditure.
The court concluded that the unit of property being repaired was the aircraft, not the engine, and that engine maintenance expenses did not materially add to the aircraft's value, appreciably prolong its useful life or adapt it for a new or different use.
Physicians might also want to avoid using certain drugs in these patients that could further prolong the PR interval: digoxin, [beta]-blockers, and antiarrhythmic drugs.
162-4, the costs of incidental repairs that neither materially add to the value of property nor appreciably prolong its life, but keep it in an ordinarily efficient operating condition are currently deductible.
KARACHI, June 08, 2011 (Frontier Star): The unscheduled and prolong load shedding hours in Karachi are badly affecting the routine life of the people while there are complaints of low voltage in several areas.