durite

durite

[′du̇·rīt]
(geology)
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Information for this article comes from (1) internal work-sheets prepared by BLS field staff in the 1983 survey to record job titles, formal rate ranges, durites, and responsibilities of company positions matching surveyed occupations and (2) answers to questions on pay plan characteristic from the 1984 survey.