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subtract

A relational DBMS operation that generates a third file from all the records in one file that are not in a second file.
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Under the mathematical calculation, the longer USCIS takes to approve a petition, the more time you can subtract from the child's age when the priority date becomes current.
Potato the two-year-old Samoyed, Yixing City , is able to add, subtract, multiply and divide, even though he has no experience of professional training at all.
Then x10 and subtract the 2 and so on, until no more new hidden digits appear.
To offset the impacts of accrual-based accounting add decreases in current asset accounts (other than marketable securities) and increases in current liability accounts (other than short-term debt), and subtract increases in current asset accounts and decreases in current liability accounts.
After deciding on the multiplier and applying it to EBITDA, subtract all interest-bearing debts, Rust says.
They have to purchase gas at two cooperating stations in Portland, where readers subtract the standard gas tax and add a fee of 1.
The entrance aperture was then covered with a light-tight shield and the pulses counted for the same interval to subtract the ever-present dark current.
Some chapter titles: Add Cake, Subtract Self-Esteem: I Hate My Stomach, I Hate My Thighs; From Bra Burning to Binge Shopping: and Body as Voice.
Subtract excess of E&P depreciation (amortization) over book depreciation (amortization).
Arnold's and Oroweat's Carb Counting Breads, for example, have six grams of carbs after they subtract the three grams of fiber in each slice.
So to calculate your profit margins, take the selling price ($100) and subtract the price you paid to acquire that product ($60), as well as operating costs and overhead (let's say it averages out to $15).