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  • carbon
  • In just a few days a single typhoon can dump the same amount of carbon to the bottom of the ocean as an entire year of rain. (newscientist.com)
  • By dragging huge amounts of soil and other organic matter out to sea typhoons effectively transfer the carbon from a place where it is dynamically exchanged between land and atmosphere to a place where it can be locked away . (newscientist.com)
  • Hilton says, though, that the figures roughly equate to the amount of carbon released from volcanoes and the weathering of rocks every year. (newscientist.com)
  • An Assigned Amount Unit (AAU) is a tradable 'Kyoto unit' or 'carbon credit' representing an allowance to emit greenhouse gases comprising one metric tonne of carbon dioxide equivalents calculated using their Global Warming Potential. (wikipedia.org)
  • contain
  • Although manufacturers have their own testing methods and materials to ensure that their products contain the nutrients in the amounts listed on their labels, they have had no definitive, independently certified standard with which to verify their testing methods and calibrate their equipment. (emaxhealth.com)
  • Fish products have been shown to contain varying amounts of heavy metals, particularly mercury and fat-soluble pollutants from water pollution. (wikipedia.org)
  • Lack
  • The standard for dismissing a complaint for lack of meeting the amount in controversy is a rather high one in federal court. (wikipedia.org)
  • basis
  • The trustee must attribute amounts to members on a fair and reasonable basis that is consistent with constituent documents of the trust, such as the trust deed. (ato.gov.au)
  • paid
  • in the same circumstances as the AMIT derived, received, made or paid that amount, to the extent those circumstances give rise to the particular character. (ato.gov.au)
  • If the investor pays for the certificate in a lump sum, the investment is known as a fully paid face amount certificate. (wikipedia.org)
  • less
  • In 1938, Justice Owen Roberts set forth the "legal-certainty test", which is still used today: It must appear to a legal certainty that the claim is really for less than the jurisdictional amount to justify dismissal. (wikipedia.org)
  • year
  • The AMMA statement sets out the determined member components that an AMIT attributes to the member for that income year, that is the income and tax offset amounts attributed to the member. (ato.gov.au)
  • For recipients born in 1943 or later, 8 percent is added to the yearly benefit amount for each year the recipient delays receiving Social Security benefits beyond their full retirement age. (wikipedia.org)
  • income
  • A key objective of the attribution method is to ensure that members who invest in an AMIT are taxed on the trust income and other amounts in broadly the same way that they would have been taxed if they had held the assets of the AMIT directly. (ato.gov.au)
  • If the trustee does not include all of the assessable income or tax offsets of the AMIT (that is, all of the trust components) in determined member components attributed to members, the trustee will generally be taxed on any unattributed amounts. (ato.gov.au)
  • An AMIT reports the amounts attributed to members to us using an Annual Investment Income Report (AIIR). (ato.gov.au)
  • We will use the AIIR as a record of the amount of income each member has been attributed by the trust. (ato.gov.au)
  • Amount realized, in US federal income tax law, is defined by section 1001(b) of Internal Revenue Code. (wikipedia.org)
  • below
  • Parties that have "assigned amount units" to spare because of reductions in emissions below their Kyoto commitment set out in Article 3 and Annex B may sell those units to countries that have emissions exceeding their targets. (wikipedia.org)
  • multiple
  • In cases involving more than one defendant, a plaintiff may aggregate the amount claimed against multiple defendants "only if the defendants are jointly liable. (wikipedia.org)
  • label
  • A Guideline Daily Amount (GDA) is a nutrition facts label that originally began in 1998 as a collaboration between the UK government, the food industry and consumer organizations. (wikipedia.org)
  • court
  • The inability of plaintiff to recover an amount adequate to give the court jurisdiction does not show his bad faith or oust the jurisdiction. (wikipedia.org)