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subproduct

(ˈsʌbˌprɒdʌkt)
n
a secondary product
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curcin and phorbol esters), exploitation of the cake --a protein-rich, solid-phase subproduct of the oil extraction- as animal feed or organic fertilizer becomes compromised (Andrew, 2009).
This electronic density can be attributed to autocondensation of thiosemicarbazide, generating [H.sub.2]S as a subproduct.
Citric pulp (CP) is a subproduct obtained through the treatment of liquid and solid wastes remaining from the extraction of orange juice.
Seasonal movements for FD-ID indexes are derived indirectly through an aggregative method that combines movements of a wide variety of subproduct class (six-digit) series.
362 Multiplicand x 32 Multiplier 724 Subproduct 10860 Subproduct 11584 Product Function Name Number to be added to itself Multiplicand Number of times to be added to itself Multiplier Product of the ones column Subproduct Product of the tens column Subproduct Final result (answer) Product In this example, subproducts are shown.
* GUARDTech, a division of Guard Insurance Group, which submitted its Agency Service Center and a subproduct called GUARD E-Z Rate that were designed and developed internally.
The section, located between the lighting and paint departments, included aisles on which subproduct categories co-mingled on one shelf, sometimes without signs.
It can also illustrate the number of accounts, balances, weighted average rate, net interest income, noninterest income, noninterest expense and profitability for each subproduct, product, group or service.
The traditional algorithm splits up the first subproduct, 28, into 20 and 8, leaving the 8 under the line and putting the 20 (which is written as a 2 so that it no longer looks like 20) above the tens column.
The method utilises acidic jarosite sludge, which is a subproduct of the conventional roasting-leaching-electrowinning technology on which Kokkola relied until recently.
This accommodated a new level of aggregation, the subproduct class (below the four-digit product class level).