repi


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repi

[′rep·ē]
(hydrology)
A lake, pond, or other standing water body associated with a sink or subsidence of land surface.
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Zakarpattya fell in the Cluster G (with the average REPI score of 53.33), together with other Ukrainian border regions (Volyn, Ivano-Frankivsk, Lviv, Odesa, Chernivtsi), Belarussian and Russian border regions.
REPI was created to measure the average increase in property prices in Qatar.
While base and income effect combined have increased by 345 percent since 2006, the REPI has only risen by 326 percent.
While base and income effect combined have increased by 345 percent since 2006, the QCB REPI has only risen by 326 percent, suggesting that real estate prices continue to be justified by Qatar's economic fundamentals.
It is, of course, possible for agencies to avoid beneficial effects in many cases, such as REPI, where the agency need only obtain land or an easement, as opposed to any action that might actively enhance the environment.
Thus, [BMC.sub.TCDD]/[BMC.sub.i] is the relative potency (REPi) for the ith congener, relative to TCDD.
The fund would be used to open outlets in the country's eastern regions, Head of Corporate Communication of Matahari Putra Fernando Repi said.
(200.) 1986 STATE COUNCIL REPI.Y, supra note 12, art.
* The Renewable Production Incentive (REPI) provided a 2.2 cent per kWH incentive payment for new eligible facilities in operation before October 2016 and owned by local, state and tribal governments; municipalutilities; rural electric cooperatives and native corporations that have no tax liability.
* Huntsman Polyurethanes * Reaxis * Repi Specialties Dispersions * RKW * Shepherd Chemical * Soltex Inc.
Department of Defense's (DoD) Readiness and Environmental Protection Initiative (REPI) projects is to conserve such environmental assets as wildlife in a manner that supports military mission readiness and national security.
The Renewable Energy Production Incentive (REPI) was established by