margin line

margin line

[′mär·jən ‚līn]
(naval architecture)
A line drawn parallel to the bulkhead deck of a ship at the side and 3 inches (76 millimeters) below the upper surface of that deck.
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Century,Bilt,Kores,Trident With Margin Line Of 40 Mm In Blue Colour On Front And Back Side.
The HD images provide the precise detail needed for effective automatic or manual margin line identification.
Case information includes margin line definition by the dentist and the case order form - additional data that improves technical and clinical validation for both the dentist and lab.
A competitive business, once convicted of unfair competition in a given situation, can thereafter be required to keep a safe distance away from the margin line -- even if that requirement presents a handicap as compared with those who have not disqualified themselves.
3% in the corresponding period through improved operational efficiencies at the gross margin line and better leveraging of the overhead base on higher revenues, most significantly in our larger North American and Australia businesses and emerging Asia business.
Also the president will hold series of meetings with senior officials on the margin line of U.
Market analysts said Staples fared better in the downturn than its smaller rivals and battled weak demand by marketing more lower-cost goods and expanding its higher margin line of namesake basics, while running promotions on pricier items.
What they did on the gross margin line was extremely impressive, which was due to the massive upside in revenue.
Dino Adriano and Sir Peter Davis tried and failed to rectify the situation, but both obsessed too much with the margin line rather than the sales line.
I'm left to wonder, on occasion, if GAAP reporting accurately portrays the financial state of a company, particularly at the gross margin line.
They included a 'very excessive' slant to the left, strokes where he has moved the pen back over a margin line and his total use of capitals with 'capital capitals', slightly larger letters at the start of each word.
Direct revenue is the income recorded below the gross margin line on the operating statement.