general chart

general chart

[¦jen·rəl ′chärt]
(navigation)
A nautical chart intended for offshore coastwise navigation, using scales ranging from about 1:100,000 to 1:600,000, which are smaller than those of a coast chart, but larger than those of a sailing chart.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Again they went into the cabin to consult the big general chart; but the poisonous vapors drove them coughing and gasping on deck.
--the models of balance sheets, as well as the general chart of accounts for public institutions, are determined by the same body, namely the Ministry of Finance.
But looking at the market's average asset price levels together with the general chart pattern it has so far created, it looks like the bottom may not have been hit yet.
"The registration fees for the general chart of lawyers, renewal fees for the chart of practicing lawyers and lawyers under training have changed.
By last night, it had climbed to 24 in the general chart, and number two in the alternative chart - only held off the top spot by Cee Lo Green's smash Forget You.
--the general chart of accounts and accounting scheme of the economic and financial operations.
Purdy's General Chart of the Atlantic (1830), Brazil Rock is marked with no indication of doubt, at 51[degrees]10' north and 150[degrees]50' west.
(5) The matching principle (i.e., the correlation of income and expenditure) is explained in Spain's 1990 General Chart of Accounts, "The result for the year shall be composed of the income for said period less the expenses thereof incurred to obtain them...." We would like to stress, and have therefore italicized, the word "correlation." Section 95 of the International Accounting Standard Board's (IASB) [1989] Conceptual Framework states that 95, "Expenses are recognized in the profit and loss account on the basis of a direct association between the expenses incurred and the obtaining of specific types of income.
Six Chinese characters in the upper right-hand corner of the map say it is a "general chart of the integrated world".
Six appendixes present: (1) Education and Business Coalitions Research Participant Consent Form; (2) Questionnaire and Interview Schedule; (3) General Chart of Types of Education Partnerships; (4) Workplace Characteristics; (5) Systemic Questions to Ponder Prior to Partnering; and (6) Culture: A Brief Discussion.
For the General Chart, Ringgold appended several other surveys to his own.

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