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in consultation with the Employer; 11) prepare two annual reports aggregate base (2013 - until 31.
The performance is equal to, if not better than, virgin aggregate base course when used appropriately," author Cecil Jones contends.
The material to be extracted over 20 years consists of aggregate suitable for structural fill, aggregate base, asphalt, drain rock, and Portland concrete cement, according to the staff report.
Materials from airport projects are stockpiled, crushed and blended to make Federal Aviation Administration-specified aggregate base for reuse in other airport projects.
The helicopter was making 510 trips from nearby Hafren Forest, near Llanidloes in Powys, bringing in 130 tons of stone slabs, 90 tons of block stone, 160 tons of aggregate base and 60 tons of surface aggregate to complete the last phase of the walkway from the upper edge of Hafren Forest to the Source of the Severn.
1502-35T(d)(4) defines a duplicated loss as the excess of (1) the sum of the aggregate bases of the subsidiary member's assets (excluding stock in other subsidiary members of the group), the subsidiary member's losses corned to its first tax year after the disposition and the subsidiary member's deductions recognized but deferred under another provision, over (2) the sum of the value of stock of the subsidiary member and the subsidiary member's liabilities taken into account for tax purposes.
the state of Maryland and the Canadian system), and various all-payer systems simply don't address the aggregate base.
Along with the roadway excavation, work will include the placement of aggregate base, asphalt and concrete paving and the construction of drainage culverts.