Point net

a machine-made lace imitating a kind of Brussels lace (Brussels ground).

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The increase in net debt is in line with our prior projections and primarily relates to the working capital cycle of our seasonal business, as well as having a higher starting point net debt balance due to lower levels of income in the prior year.
* A 34.3 percentage point net benefit from the acquisitions of Pinnacle Foods and Sandwich Bros.
For the first quarter overall, RASM was positively impacted by a 2.0 point net benefit from calendar placement, including a 2.5 point benefit from Easter timing.
Total accretion income in the 4th quarter of 2015 and the 1st quarter of 2015 reported by Old National was $12.3 million, or a 48 basis point net interest margin contribution, and $14.6 million, or a 56 basis point net interest margin contribution, respectively.
The Kuwait Stock Exchange Index added just over one point net in the course of the period, for a gain that was statistically imperceptible.
Recent Fitch-rated defaults on five loans higher than S100 million contributed to a 23 basis point net increase in the August CMBS delinquency rate to 8.48 percent.
A one point rise in the scientist's orientation toward patenting reduces by 2.70 percentage points the likelihood of her conducting basic cellular research and boosts by 2.61 points the likelihood of applied cellular work, resulting in a net 5.35 percentage point net rise in the likelihood she will conduct applied research if she is sub-cellular or cellular scientist.
The network would increase exchanges of information and know-how; promote information technology service exports; circulate business opportunities through UNCTAD'S Global Trade Point Net; prepare source directories; promote the use of common standards and tools; evaluate local web sites; and carry out feasibility studies for new Trade Points n Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
* A 34.3 percentage point net benefit from the acquisitions of Pinnacle Foods and Sandwich Bros, of Wisconsin, the divestiture of the Canadian Del Monte business, and the sale of Trenton;