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above the fold

The part of a Web page that is visible without scrolling. The fold is an invisible line simulating where a newspaper is folded. This is a design consideration when laying out a Web page so that all the important information can be seen at once. The majority of monitors today have at least 1,080 lines of resolution, and the page size above the fold is roughly a thousand vertical lines.
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There is significant opportunity to encourage people to cook more responsibly sourced fish, which is why we are planning a significant increase in expenditure on above the line creative.
"From April next year, it is proposed that even if they are making a loss they will be able to claim a repayable tax credit calculated by placing the sum invested in R&D above the line. For tax purposes, this means their R&D spend can increase the company's profits before tax."
This was closely followed by the launch of the above the line advertising campaign 'Time To' in tube stations, national newspapers, radio and digital formats which vividly brings to life the beauty of different National Trust places.
Cloverdale Middle School, Little Rock's Above the Line research site "is at the very bottom in terms of test scores.
Walker told the inquiry: "It makes it sound as though we were happy with what was above the line. We weren't happy with any of it."
"We know there are drivers who have been prepared to go over and above the line of duty to help customers, even those who have had to cope with quite traumatic incidents while putting passengers first.
A series of trajectory analyses using DOD-approved explosion software models showed that barricades with a height extending 1 foot above the line of sight between two ammunition stacks will protect adjacent ammunition storage sites from the spread, or propagation, of detonations at one stack.
Thus, for claims in this category, the contingent legal fees are effectively deducted above the line by operation of the relevant Treasury regulation.
It's made from a recipe created by Grandma Entwistle, Sarah's husband's nan, but it's Lloyd's face you'll see staring at you from the label, above the line, "Try this sauce on 'owt - it will knock you for six".
62(a)(19), allowing legal fees in contingency cases to be deductible above the line and, thus, not subject to any of these limits, but only in cases involving claims of unlawful discrimination.
This is not true with a scoped rifle because scope's line of sight lies well above the line of the bore.
dollar traded slightly under 110 yen in early Wednesday in Tokyo after it rose above the line overnight in New York for the first time since mid-October last year.