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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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Value at risk, which is widely used, is measured by selecting a high probability p, such as 99%, and calculating the magnitude of the loss that would be exceeded 1-p percent (in this case 1%) of the time.
According to Alexandra Teitz, minority counsel for the House Committee on Government Reform, 73% of one set of water samples from Washington homes exceeded the action level, with numerous samples exceeding 100 ppb and some exceeding 300 ppb.
As many as 76pc of articulated lorries exceeded 40mph limits on major, non-urban single carriageway roads, statistics for British roads in 2001 revealed.
If the contractor meets the city's minimum diversion requirement and has not exceeded $100,000 in administrative charges in any of the calendar years, the contractor will be offered an automatic three-year term extension.
Before 1997, individuals could deduct the cost of health insurance only if they itemized and their total medical expenses exceeded 7 1/2% of adjusted gross income.
So far, we've exceeded the 125 percent figure in one of the three years we've had the program.
Last summer, New York City's air exceeded the federal 1-hour smog-ozone standard of 120 parts per billion on 42 occasions, or an average of about once every two days.
Nasdaq: CRAI), a worldwide leader in providing economic, financial, and management consulting services, today announced that the last reported sale price of its Common Stock has equaled or exceeded $50.
With one more month to go, the region has had 27 days when ozone exceeded the old one-hour standard, and 76 days when ozone exceeded the new eight-hour standard.
To determine the extent of drinking water contamination, the researchers collected nearly 11,000 water samples over a four-year period from districts in Bangladesh and discovered that 59% of those samples exceeded 50 [micro]g/L.
Owing to the way homes were randomly sampled in six of the states, data from them can be extrapolated as representative of each as a whole; EPA therefore concludes that its action level was exceeded in 6 percent of Alabama's homes, 17 percent of Kentucky's, 9 percent of Michigan's, 16 percent of Tennessee's, 27 percent of Wisconsin's and 26 percent of Wyoming's.
However, on 24 days ozone levels exceeded a tougher and more protective 8-hour average level recently enacted by the federal government.