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breakage

Commerce compensation or allowance for goods damaged while in use, transit, etc
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The purpose of the study is to evaluate whether retailers use gift card breakage to meet analysts' consensus EPS forecasts.
The breakage place was localized immediately, the restoration works are under way, the statement said.
This study investigates whether gift card breakage is potentially another financial device to smooth income artificially.
As we confirmed dominant frequencies for each fracture modes, AE from matrix cracking, de-bonding and fiber breakage caused for cross-ply [0/90] 8 were separated by band-pass frequency filters of 100~250kHz, 450~550kHz and 550kHz~650kHz.
Ouchless Brushes gently detangle to reduce hair breakage by 55 percent compared to the leading brush, thanks to exclusive features and an innovative product design, say company officials.
Featuring an exclusive anti-breakage recipe, the collection helps strengthen strands by reducing breakage, helping hair grow up to four inches yearly.
The result of comparison shows that there isn't meaningful difference in laboratory and farm of aspects of breakage percent and implanting depth.
The company now reports almost zero packaging breakage and has increased throughput by about 10% because of increased efficiency and reduced downtime.
Depending on the variety type, breakage levels for this product, when handled within the sorting process, can be up to 10%.
The new soft landing system is designed to fit the Sortex FAD range of Buhler optical sorters, helping to minimise the breakage of whole raspberries and ensuring maximum gentle handling of the product during the sorting process.
Generally accepted accounting principles allow businesses to recognize breakage revenue on gill cards, but provide minimal guidance on the appropriate financial statement presentation and disclosures--or how and when to recognize breakage.