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incoming

Finance
1. (of interest, dividends, etc.) being received; accruing
2. income or revenue
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The College of Engineering now requires all incoming students to purchase a tablet PC and recommends that they select the Fujitsu Lifebook(R) T4000, delivered through CDW-G.
Incoming orders in the period under review amounted to EUR 954 million (previous year: EUR 788 million).
Incoming orders also grew, except in the Eastern Europe and North America regions.
Preliminary incoming orders also grew, except in the Eastern Europe and North America regions.
TOPCALL FaxConnect for Orders automatically captures incoming fax purchase orders and transfers preliminary order data to the ERP system enabling the automatic communication of order confirmations and other customer-specific notices.
The university will begin distributing ThinkPads to faculty members later this winter and to incoming President's Scholars, Networks Scholars and ISU Laptop Award scholarship recipients at the beginning of the fall 2006 semester.
Incoming orders totaled 294 million Euro (previous year: 277 million Euro).
The positive trend for sales and incoming orders continued for Heidelberg in the second quarter of financial year 2005/2006.
Compared to parents, who picked only one "major stress" with similar frequency--their child's time management skills--it would appear that incoming freshmen are downright neurotic.
The emerging markets in particular continue to show robust growth, currently accounting for more than 40 percent of incoming orders.