net section

net section

The net or available area of a cross section of a beam after deducting for holes for rivets, bolts, etc.
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In net section, Dr Nasrullah secured first position with net 76 while Abdullah Sharif was runner-up.
Other performers in the net section of handicap category zero to nine were Ahmed Jibran of Gymkhana (2nd net) with two rounds scores of 71 and 68 and a total net score of 139,five under par.
Some more good performances in net section came from Shaukat Javed, who carded a net 72 and the same score was also achieved by Hamid Zaman.
The safety net section, Daniels adds, is the basis of a financial plan.
A taxpayer other than a corporation, estate or trust (section 1212(c)) may elect to carry back a "net section 1256 contracts loss" to each of the three taxable years preceding the loss year to offset any net section 1256 contract gain in those years.
Castlefields' three best returns were Nathan Kerrod (20) 67, Will Tolley (15) 69 and Alex Bottomley (17) 72 - earning the net section prize on 208.
The final chapter develops a Monte Carlo simulation for 110mm SDR 11 PE pipe based on craze separation and net section collapse models.
In a year when section 1231 losses exceed gains, the net section 1231 loss is treated as ordinary and offsets other types of income.
In the official handicap golfers net section, 15 years-old Calvin Wise from Netherton - a member of Bootle Golf Club - was overall winner, with a nett score of 58.
He fired a stunning gross 69 to take top award by two strokes from INCO's Mike Power and also came third in the net section with a 64, three behind winner Colin Weaver and one adrift of second-placed Huw Thomas.
Do lines 29 and 30 include the net section 1231 gain amount?
On the other hand, if you're considering the sale of an asset (or assets) that will generate large net Section 1231 losses, you should postpone, if possible, disposing of other assets generating Section 1231 gains.