net cut

net cut

In an ecavation on a hillside (in a particular area), the required cut minus the required fill.
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Europolitics understands that a net cut of 30 extra billion is out of the question.
One percent real growth in the defense budget over the next five years is a net cut for investment and procurement accounts.
A net cut of pounds 600 million in one year approved in December 09 only six months before an election.
On Thursday morning, Palestinian villagers found 17 poles supporting the fence pulled up on the path running along the Palestinian properties illegally occupied by Havat Ma'on outpost and about 100m of net cut in pieces.
1 per cent net cut in the Government's payroll spending, this being the share of the gross salary taken by mandatory contributions.
Although there could be a net cut of 263 jobs in Belgium, no figure has yet been decided for the UK.
The Met Office is one of the MoD's trading organisations and made a profit of pounds 7m last year - taking it from the MoD would mean a pounds 7m net cut in MoD expenditure.
broadcast rights, has even tag-teamed with sponsors on Phelps' events: As Phelps racked up the golds, the net cut to gold-tinged Visa ads featuring loving shots of the swimmer's musculature, with Morgan Freeman gently reminding viewers that "Michael Phelps isn't part dolphin.
1 billion increase, states imposed a net cut of $330 million in personal income taxes.
Economists said a 4 trillion yen net cut in taxes is seen as the required minimum because anything less would effectively be an income tax rise compared with the current year.
The net cut enacted in 1996 sessions (taking effect in FY 1997) is $3.