Gross average


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(Law) that kind of average which falls upon the gross or entire amount of ship, cargo, and freight; - commonly called general average.

See also: Gross

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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* A gross average selling price (before taxes, excluding free offers) of close to 11 yuan ($1.56).
Gross average earnings were 4,013 euros per month in western German states and 3,173 euros in the former Communist East, said the Office.
- AAG's gross average daily production for 2018Q3 achieved 2.24 MMCM per day ("MMCMD") (Panzhuang 1.96 MMCMD, Mabi 0.28 MMCMD), a 3.2% increase compared to the 2018Q2, and a 24.4% increase compared to 2017Q3
The gross average monthly wage per employee in April this year totaled 35,117 denars.
The least affordable area was identified as Brent, where the average first-time buyer property price is an eye-watering 12.9 times gross average annual earnings.
The New Forest was found to be the least affordable National Park in the survey compared with local wages, with the average house price at 15.2 times local gross average annual earnings.
The New Forest was found to be the least affordable National Park in the survey, compared with local wages, with the average house price at 15.2 times local gross average annual earnings.
The company expects CD5 to meet its production target of sixteen thousand barrels of oil equivalent per day gross average for the year.
The increase in the average UK city house price has resulted in average affordability worsening in the last 12 months to 6.6 times gross average annual earnings from 6.2 times over the last 12 months, the third annual decline in affordability in a row.
This has resulted in average affordability in Scotland's cities worsening in the last 12 months from 5.25 to 5.36 times gross average annual earnings; the third successive annual decline in affordability.
The GMB said the fall in gross average earnings was greatest in the Black Country town of Walsall, at 23.9 per cent.