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Definition of the noun Accessions
What does Accessions mean as a name of something?
- A collection of laboratory tests performed on a single sample.
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Enlarging the EU Eastward (1998)
by Heather Grabbe, Kirsty Hughes
The key to finding an acceptable solution to the policy challenges raised by CEE accessions is an overall deal on the future of the budget which ensures the support of all EU member states for enlargement and overrides the objections of ...
Genetic Variation, Diversity and Genotype by Environment Interations of Nutritional Quality traits in East African Sweetpotato
The larger and significant genetic distance between non—African OFSP accessions and non—African WFSP accessions is a likely a function of origin. OFSP are mostly from the Americas and WFSP mostly from Chinese. Despite the lower ...
Indeed, our own unpublished observations indicate that susceptibility to ToTV among tomato accessions is an exception rather than a 524 Pedro Go ́mez et al. C.Host range and potential reservoirs D.Long-range and short-range dispersal: ...
by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby
The rule governing accessions is that the ownership of the principal thing carries with it that of the inferior thing. But, as the question of superiority or inferiority is not always one of price or value, the rule is sometimes difficult of application. Thus ...
A Dictionary of Taxation (2012)
by Simon R. James
accessions. tax. A cumulative tax imposed on the recipients of gifts and legacies. It provides a contrast to an estate duty, where tax liability is calculated on the basis of the value of the deceased's estate. Also known as an inheritance tax, ...
by John Feather, Paul Sturges
ACCESSIONS. The process of adding material, whether it be purchases, gifts or exchanges, to the stock of a library. The records of this process are now typically integrated into a library's integrated management system, often enhancing a ...
A few genebanks are cryopreserving accessions as a routine operation or maintaining sizeable cryobanks. The largest cryobank collections of vegetatively propagated crops comprise the collection of apple and vegetatively propagated crops ...
by D. W. Pearce
See European Economic Community Accessions Tax. A tax levied on gifts and inherited property. Such receipts are not usually classified as income but as they confer spending power they are arguably a legitimate subject of taxation.
by Charles Ammi Cutter, Worthington Chauncey Ford, Philip Lee Phillips, Oscar George Theodore Conneck
Accessions. Books are sold containing a ruling specially designed for the accession record. But the usual practice of giving a line to each volume so that the number shall show at once how many volumes have been received is wasteful.
by Craig Calhoun, Oxford University Press
ACCESSIONS TAX The idea of investment acceleration has been criticized, however, for neglecting expectations of future demand, technological change, and the effects of expected changes in output and input prices over time. Moreover ...
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Scrabble value of A1C3C3E1S1S1I1O1N1S1
The value of this 10-letter word is 14 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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