combination column

combination column

A column in which a structural steel member, designed to carry part of the load, is encased in concrete of such quality and in such manner that the combination of steel and concrete will carry the total load.
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EXHIBIT Deferred Revenue Liabilities Entity T at Entity A at Acquisition Post-Business Combination Acquisition 1 $1,000 $ - $ - 2 800 - - 3 200 - 100 4 100 - - 5 $2,000 - $500 6 - $500 - The post-business combination column (the last column) of the Exhibit reflects the following additional information regarding the fair value of the deferred revenue liabilities in the post-business combination financial statements of Entity A: