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time and material

The cost of labor and materials necessary to complete a construction job. Can you believe what these guys are charging me for time and material on this small job? What a rip-off.
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Specks or unmelts are more likely in off-spec or post-industrial recycled material.
These devices also allow the loading of multiple sheets of rubber at a time, permitting a high degree of batch blending prior to mixing the final stage, again allowing a reduction in possible batch-to-batch variation caused by the masterbatch material.
It can be beneficial for every scrap processor to take the approach that any shear, shredder or baler can be fed with an electric-powered material handler.
Sotzing says the materials can be designed so that a change in the resistance of the polymer lines would cause the material to swell and emit light of a particular color.
Perforated trays are used in most cases to lock the material into the tray, since adhesives are not used with alginate materials.
In general, the usefulness of geologic material as physical evidence depends on the number of significant variations in the material and the ability to compare and contrast these variations.
In broad terms, there are four variables that determine how long archival material will last--the type of media used (type of paper, CD, etc.
Concrete has long been recycled into aggregate as a base material for roads and parking lots.
Some of the holes at the periphery of the mount can be filled with a marker material, such as small ball bearings or wires.
We must understand these principles before determining which method is preferred for a given material.
It is believed that some of this material is an aerosol and some of it is a mist, either of which can fit this definition.
Whether materials used in a service business are merchandise within the meaning of Regs.
For instance, a key piece of information that would-be nuke builders might require relates to the critical mass of fissile material needed to induce fission under select circumstances.