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Exceed

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A tool to display remote X Window System applications on Microsoft Windows. Exceed is not an X server.
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Mehdiyev underlined that for the time being, the revenues to the state budget through the State Customs Committee have exceeded 3 billion manats.
A total of 114 farms were inspected in Orchard Scheme on Murree Road, where 32 exceeded the 9,500sq ft limit and 16 exceeded the 12,500sq ft limit.
By the end of March, revenues and grants exceeded BGN 9 B, which represented an increase by more than BGN 1.3 B compared to the first quarter of 2015.
Lot 1: ear plugs OAE testing - the reference number 80 pcs., On demand content can be exceeded by 30 per cent .; 2.
If the free baggage allowance is exceeded, normal excess charges would also apply.
The weight of the imports exceeded 83 million tons.
The aims and tasks of the work are to determine the distribution of noise levels among zones and compare them with the noise level limit (NLL), to determine measurement places where the NLL is exceeded most often and analyse the causes predetermining the NLL excess.
Know the rules for taxation of state income tax refunds: Historically, the tax benefit rule has caused a refund of state income taxes deducted in a prior year to be taxable to the extent that itemized deductions that year exceeded the standard deduction.
In Japan, the 60 percent recycling target set for 2005 was exceeded, although only slightly.
Of the top ten hotel sales for the first half of the year, four single asset transactions exceeded the $300 million mark, with the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai in Hawaii (arranged by Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels), leading the pack at more than $500 million, followed by the Westin St.
In fact, their recommendations ignored trading costs, which often exceeded the anticipated benefits.The solution consisted of devising and providing to them a very simple rule of thumb for incorporating approximate trading costs in their calculations.
In the fall of 2005, the two-runway airport came close to shutting its doors permanently when its operational expenses exceeded its revenues.