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outflow

[′au̇t‚flō]
(chemical engineering)
Flow of fluid product out of a process facility.
(mathematics)
The outflow from a vertex in an s-t network is the sum of the flows of all the arcs that originate at that vertex.
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The amount includes payments for completed infrastructure projects of the Department of Public Works and Highways (road improvement works, repair and rehabilitation, including flood control projects, construction/improvement of pumping stations, dike and drainage systems), capital outlay projects of the Department of Education (repair and rehabilitation of school facilities) and the Department of Health (land outlays for health facilities and purchase of hospital equipment),' the DBM explained in a report.
Thus, if 1000 ounces of outlay will produce 110 units maximum and 1050 ounces of outlay will also produce 110 units maximum, it is clear that there will be no hesitation in choosing the 1000 ounces, and not the more expensive outlays.
Our most recent report examines the requested budget outlays in fiscal year 2015 as well as estimated outlays for FY 2014.
This model was estimated for both state and local spending combined and state outlays considered alone.
Offsetting collections are deducted from gross budget authority and outlays at the account or higher level.
Therefore, except the mandatory increase of some outlays, such as social welfare, most resources are allocated to public construction projects, to cope with the impact of the slackening global economy.
The Contribution of Office Building Operating Outlays on the U.
6 percent in October from a year earlier to 296,984 yen, marking a rise for the third straight month due partly to increases in outlays for education and utilities, the government said Friday.
Since 2001, when the COP took over the executive branch along with Congress, inflation-adjusted federal outlays have increased a whopping 45 percent.
4 billion yen for capital outlays in fiscal 2006, up 11.
Defense and health outlays have been in the forefront, and few observers expect spending in these areas to slow, let alone decline.
But the biggest feint at nonchalance penciled in by the composers of the 2006 budget is the proposition that the nation can get a handle on its spiraling deficit and breathtaking debt by reducing outlays on its most vulnerable citizens.