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backload

(ˈbækˌləʊd)
n
a load carried by a lorry on a return journey
vb (tr)
to load (a lorry) for a return journey
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Collecting and transporting mixed waste for backloading in eastern vantaa on contract sites 31,32,36 and 43 in contract areas is 5.
Those include "the performance of the stock market, better federal reimbursement for Medicaid, the elimination of the federal state and local tax deduction and additional changes in the federal tax law that meant many taxpayers didn't withhold sufficient taxes through payroll deductions, backloading their end-of-year tax payments," Harris and Sturm wrote.
will enter into the trading of rice and other grains, using its capacity to handle bulk and the efficiency of backloading to bring down costs.
The rating also reflects a strong fixed-price contract with an investment-grade counterparty and a standard debt structure that features some backloading of the debt.
Brown "When we were carrying bags and backloading ships with 12-stone bags of malt or fertiliser, me mam used to get a pillowcase and tie string around the bottom so you could put it on your head and stop the back of your neck from rubbing.
Too much backloading; too much dependence on framing.
By backloading next year's route with a final day which features 2593m of ascending, organisers hope to keep the race alive.
Rory spends much of her day trying to decipher terminology like design vertical, branding ops and backloading appendixes, and her impossibly immature bosses make her reentry into the working world less than smooth.
This lead us to recommend very different measures than the "backloading" or the so called "structural measures" proposed by the European Commission to reanimate the European carbon market.
Instead they are backloading the payment plans, a sizable portion of the financial commitments kick into gear only after the completion of the project.
It was not immediately clear how the resolution will tally with attempts by the Commission to prop up the EU carbon prices by delaying the sale of, or backloading, carbon permits - a major additional cost for industries like steel.
However, as a first step, the ZEP supports EU ETS backloading as a temporary, one-off measure as well as the legislative proposal for a market stability reserve.