equalisation


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Noun1.equalisation - the act of making equal or uniform
human action, human activity, act, deed - something that people do or cause to happen
balancing, reconciliation - getting two things to correspond; "the reconciliation of his checkbook and the bank statement"
equating, equation - the act of regarding as equal
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Census data is used to distribute share of revenue to counties, the Constituency Development Fund, the Local Authorities Trust Fund and the Equalisation Fund.
That was my message to the Scottish Parliament the other week in a debate on the unfair, unreasonable and frankly incompetent way in which the Tory Government are handling the equalisation of the state pension age.
Approval has been given to the proposal of the Department of Commerce for including merchant exporters under the interest equalisation scheme for pre and post shipment rupee export credit by allowing them interest equalisation rate of 3 percent on such credit for export of products covered under 416 tariff lines (products) identified under the scheme.
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, has given its approval to the proposal of the Department of Commerce for including merchant exporters under the Interest Equalisation Scheme (IES) for Pre and Post Shipment Rupee Export Credit by allowing them interest equalisation rate of 3% on such credit for export of products covered under 416 tariff lines identified under the scheme.
Kemi Adeosun while giving details of the disbursements shortly after the meeting said Statutory revenue contributed the sum of N540.66 billion; Value Added Tax ( VAT) N83.963 billion and the sum of N30 768 billion from Forex equalisation.
FINANCE Minister Paschal Donohoe says Ireland is opposed to plans to introduce an equalisation tax across EU states.
These also cover the potential equalisation between all the metallic parts of an enclosure.
Tory Nadine Dorries said she would never have voted for the equalisation of the state pension age, claiming women are more likely to be carers and have to deal with illnesses like breast cancer as they get older.
Presumably an equalisation policy, as Martin describes, in Germany, Spain etc would also apply here.
P., Image enhancement using background brightness preserving histogram equalisation, Electronics letters, 48(3), 155-157 (2012)
It also aims at raising public awareness of the equalisation concept for the academic qualification obtained from outside the Sultanate, its importance and the procedures for equalisation of the certificates.
Turbo coding, turbo equalisation and space-time coding; EXIT-chart-aided near-capacity designs for wireless channels, 2d ed.