lower transit


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lower transit

[′lō·ər ′trans·ət]
(astronomy)
Transit across the lower branch of the celestial meridian. Also known as lower culmination.
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Payments to telecommunications operators were down by 17% reflecting lower mobile termination rates and lower transit and wholesale call volumes.
A higher gas pressure resulted in a lower transit time, related to the changing path length as previously described.
The Polish company, PGNiG, said Gazprom was scaling back cooperation after PGNiG rebuffed its request for lower transit fees.
In addition to the time of upper transit (when the Moon is highest in the sky), there is also the time of lower transit (Moon farthest below the horizon) and when the Moon is six hours east or west of the meridian.
(In July 2001 Azerbaijan, thinking it had reached agreement with Georgia on a lower transit fee, prepared to host a signing ceremony.
The powerful gas sector company, Gazprom, has two main concerns: the ECT opening the way up for free access to the Russian gas grid and being compelled to lower transit tariffs of gas to Europe.Ms Kemper claimed that "these worries are based on an incorrect interpretation of the ECT".
Vehicles with these permits will have a lower transit charge to pay.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) -- the international scientific body that has linked climate change to human industry -- says that wide-scale adoption of lightweight car bodies, efficient design, renewable fuels, public transport and land-use changes to place people close to their workplaces could lower transit emissions by 40 percent by 2025.
"We agreed to ask the economy as well as the public works and transportation ministries to make the necessary contacts with concerned countries to abolish or lower transit fees on Lebanese goods," Hajj Hasan said.