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  • 1cost classification — The process of grouping expenditure according to common characteristics. Costs are initially divided into capital expenditure and revenue expenditure. In a production organization the revenue expenditure is classified sequentially to enable a… …

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  • 2cost classification — The process of grouping expenditure according to common characteristics. Costs are initially divided into capital expenditure and revenue expenditure In a production organization the revenue expenditure is classified sequentially to enable a… …

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  • 3cost ascertainment grouping — (CAG) A method that classifies post offices according to volume of revenue generated. Each year, the Postal Bulletin publishes the number of revenue units for each classification. CAG A G offices with about 950 or more revenue units. CAG H J… …

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  • 4Cost accounting — Accountancy Key concepts Accountant · Accounting period · Bookkeeping · Cash and accrual basis · Cash flow management · Chart of accounts  …

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  • 5Cost segregation study — Part of a series on Taxation Taxation in the United States …

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  • 6Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Registry — The Cost Effectiveness Analysis Registry was developed by the Center for the Evaluation of Value and Risk in Health at the Institute for Clinical Research and Health Policy Studies, Tufts Medical Center, Boston, MA. The Registry contains detailed …

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  • 7Classification of Champagne vineyards — Map of the Champagne wine region. The classification of Champagne vineyards developed in the mid 20th century as a means of setting the price of grapes grown through the villages of the Champagne wine region. Unlike the classification of Bordeaux …

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  • 8Classification of accounts — According to Modern approach Accounts are classified into five groups: Asset Expense Revenue Liability Capital According to Traditional approach Accounts are classified into three groups: Real – all the assets except Debtors Nominal – all the… …

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  • 9Cost Recovery Period — The number of years it takes to fully depreciate a capital asset. This time period is based on classification of the depreciable life of an asset. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary …

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  • 10elements of cost — In a production process, the three primary cost elements of material, labour, and expenses. See: cost classification …

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  • 11Reserve cost categories of $15, $30, $50, and $100 per pound U3O8 —   Classification of uranium reserves estimated by using break even cut off grades that are calculated based on forward operating costs of less than $15, $30, $50, and $100 per pound U3O8.   U.S. Dept. of Energy, Energy Information Administration… …

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  • 12Tank classification — The Challenger 2 is a main battle tank Tank classification is a taxonomy of identifying either the intended role or weight class of tanks. The classification by role was used primarily during the developmental stage of the national armoured… …

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  • 13British Board of Film Classification — Formation 1912 Type NGO Purpose/focus Film and video game classification …

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  • 14Star (classification) — The four star Manor House Hotel at Castle Combe, Wiltshire, England. Built as a private house, and dating originally from the fourteenth century, the hotel has 48 rooms and 1.5 km² (365 acres) of gardens. Stars are often used as symbols …

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  • 15ASA physical status classification system — The ASA physical status classification system is a system for assessing the fitness of patients before surgery. In 1963 the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) adopted the five category physical status classification system; a sixth… …

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  • 16Race (classification of humans) — Race Classification Race (classification of humans) Genetics …

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  • 17Clinical Care Classification System — The Clinical Care Classification (CCC) System is a standardized, coded nursing terminology that identifies the discrete elements of nursing practice. The CCC provides a unique framework and coding structure for documenting the plan of care… …

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  • 18asset classification — The classification of assets as required by law on a balance sheet. Assets must be classified as fixed (i.e. held for use on a continuing basis) or current (i.e. not intended for continuing use but held on a short term basis). Fixed assets are… …

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  • 19Data classification (business intelligence) — In business intelligence, data classification has close ties to data clustering, but where data clustering is descriptive, data classification is predictive.[1][2] In essence data classification consists of using variables with known values to… …

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  • 20Brinkler classification — is the library classification system of Bartol Brinkler described in his article The Geographical Approach to Materials in the Library of Congress Subject Headings . The geographical aspect of a subject may be conveyed through three types of… …

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