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In 1543 the Mercers Company admitted the 24-year-old Gresham as a liveryman, and in the same year he went to the Low Countries, where, either on his own account or on that of his father or uncle, he both carried on business as a merchant and acted in various matters as an agent for King Henry VIII.
* Low resolution -- it is not known whether the relatively low resolution of the D2H and D2Hs in comparison with other professional cameras of the day is a technological limitation of LBCAST, a business management or marketing decision, or whether it has other causes such as gradual ramping-up of manufacturing capability of a new technology by Nikon, who did not appear previously to have the capacity to have novel sensors manufactured to their specification.
Research writings of Davis ( 1984 cited by Prajogo 2007, p. 74 ) state that firms employing the hybrid business strategy ( Low cost and differentiation strategy ) outperform the ones adopting one generic strategy.
He was born near Vienna, Austria to Artur and Gertrude Burger Low, small business people in Austria.
Low, medium and high density zones shall be identified for business establishments, plants and factories, including a central park.
Low moved to California, entering the shipping business in San Francisco in 1849.
In 1834, he started his own business as a watch repairer, but after two years he gave it up and obtained a position with Jones, Low & Ball and he worked there until 1839 under master watchmaker Tubal Howe.
Low on funds, and with his and Charlie's business hurting because of low turnout, Meade decides to go to Chicago and run a series of amusements while Charlie continues to run their spots in San Diego.
Low Ki left ROH once again in January 2006 due to a " disagreement in business arrangements ".
The documentary Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price, shows one successful unionization of a Walmart store in Jonquière, Quebec ( Canada ) in 2004, but Walmart closed the store five months later because the company did not approve of the new " business plan " a union would require.
Atkin's grandson, by his daughter Lucy Atkin, was the politician and business leader Sir Toby Low, 1st Baron Aldington.
Wm Low Dundee Lochee Site remains on the market since the store was closed and business relocated to Dundee South Road.
* Shreve, Crump & Low, a Boston, Massachusetts jewelry business
Show Low Regional Airport is a city-owned public-use airport located two nautical miles ( 4 km ) east of the central business district of the city of Show Low, in Navajo County, Arizona, United States.
In 1998, textiles briefly returned to Addingham and Low Mill in the form of a Norwegian based company, Straum ( UK ), who started production of scoured wool, but this business closed in 2002.
According to the theory, the business cycle unfolds in the following way: Low interest rates tend to stimulate borrowing from the banking system.

Low and maximum
; Low throughput: Due to varying load from other users sharing the same network resources, the bit rate ( the maximum throughput ) that can be provided to a certain data stream may be too low for realtime multimedia services if all data streams get the same scheduling priority.
Unlike Osaka or Kobe which rarely see significant snowfall during the winter, Toyooka, exposed to the northerly winter winds driven by the Siberian High and Aleutian Low, receives of snowfall per year, though melt rates are high even during the winter and the maximum cover on the ground is typically only and has never exceeded.
; Low gear ranges: Conventionally, automatic transmissions have selector positions that allow the driver to limit the maximum ratio that the transmission may engage.
Low income tenants can be charged a maximum rent of 30 % of the maximum eligible income, which is 60 % of the area's median income adjusted for household size as determined by HUD.
For example, in " Rock Crawl ", the suspension is raised to its maximum height and set to allow maximum wheel articulation, the differentials are locked, the driver is prompted to switch to Low Range, and the throttle response is altered to provide low-speed control.
Low to moderate intensity aerobic exercise is at a heart rate of approximately 50 to 70 % of your maximum heart rate.
* Low maximum voltage – series connections are needed to obtain higher voltages, and voltage balancing may be required.
Audio conformed to the ISO / IEC 13818-7 AAC LC ( Low Complexity ) profile, with maximum bitrate of 144 kbit / s and sampling rates up to 48 kHz.
Low flood levels are exacerbated by the construction of dams on the Niger river or it tributaries that retain the floodwater and thus attenuate the maximum height of the flood downstream.
Low oxygen conditions are at their worst in the late summer, after several months of limited flushing and maximum plankton production near the surface.
The services operating on the Low Power Open Narrowcasting system are permitted a maximum of 1 Watt transmitter power ( 1W pY ), AND are limited to a signal strength of-43dB at 2 km from the nominated site of the transmitter.

Low and tax
Low prices are achievable due to the lack of sales tax in Hong Kong and its proximity to China.
Low volume Class 2 manufacturers ( those with sales under $ 500, 000. 00 ) pay the $ 500. 00 per year SOT tax, while high sales volume Class 2 ’ s pay the full $ 1, 000. 00 SOT “ ticket ” price.
Alba attempted to raise money by imposing the Spanish alcabala, a tax of 10 % on all sales (" tenth penny " tax ) on the Low Countries, and this aroused the opposition of many Catholic residents as well.
The Low Income Housing Tax Credit ( LIHTC-often pronounced " lie-tech ", Housing Credit ) is a dollar-for-dollar tax credit in the United States for affordable housing investments.
After serving as a tax commissioner for the New York provincial government during the French and Indian War, Low married Margarita Cuyler in 1760, a scion of the powerful Schuyler family, whose brother and father were both mayors of Albany.
" Low income " is defined as a family income of less than £ 15, 200 ( presumably in the 2004 / 5 tax year ).
Low wages would be supplemented by expanded tax credits, access to subsidized children care and health insurance, and guaranteed child support.

Low and rate
Low explosives are compounds where the rate of decomposition proceeds through the material at less than the speed of sound.
IEEE 802. 15. 4-2003 ( Low Rate WPAN ) deals with low data rate but very long battery life ( months or even years ) and very low complexity.
The Low Pay Commission found that, rather than make employees redundant, employers have reduced their rate of hiring, reduced staff hours, increased prices, and have found ways to cause current workers to be more productive ( especially service companies ).
Low public and external debt and a comfortable level of foreign exchange reserves allowed for further relaxation of monetary policy, with the reference interest rate of the Central Bank decreasing to 4 %.
*# Low glomerular filtration rate ( GFR ) ( RRT often recommended to commence at a GFR of less than 10-15 mls / min / 1. 73m < sup > 2 </ sup >).
* Low birth weight — in the United States from 1995 – 98, the SIDS death rate for infants weighing 1000 – 1499 g was 2. 89 / 1000 ; for a birth weight of 3500 – 3999 g, it was only 0. 51 / 1000 ).
While forests managed for wood production commonly yield between 1 and 3 cubic meters per hectare per year, plantations of fast-growing species commonly yield between 20 and 30 cubic meters or more per hectare annually ; a Grand Fir plantation at Craigvinean in Scotland has a growth rate of 34 cubic meters per hectare per year ( Aldhous & Low 1974 ), and Monterey Pine plantations in southern Australia can yield up to 40 cubic meters per hectare per year ( Everard & Fourt 1974 ).
Low birth-weight children born to smoking mothers have a lower infant mortality rate than the low birth weight children of non-smokers.
Low intensity pulsed ultrasound, applied twenty minutes per day, increases the rate of bone healing.
Low doses of clonazepam is most effective with a 90 % success rate, how this drug works to restore REM atonia is unclear, however it is thought to suppress muscle activity, rather than directly restoring atonia.
The minimum wage rate is reset annually after guidance from the Low Pay Commission, and on 1 October 2011 it stood at £ 6. 08 for over 21 year olds, £ 4. 98 for 18-20 year olds, £ 3. 68 for under 18 year olds finished with compulsory education and £ 2. 60 for under 19 year olds or first year apprentices.
They also maintain the Project's clandestine Extremely Low Frequency systems that very slowly accumulate Prime Base's messages, such as briefings, for teams to read when they awaken — thus counterbalancing the minuscule data rate.
Low precipitation and a high rate of evaporation in summer months due to high summer temperatures are among the factors making much of this province one of the driest regions in Iran.
** Low rate of aromatization to estrogens.
** Low rate of aromatization to estrogens ( approximately half that of testosterone ).
Low pH values increase rate of corrosion while high pH values encourage scale formation.
* Low mortality rate
# Low birth-weight: reduction of the rate of low birth-weight to less than 10 percent
* Low birth-weight: reduction of the rate of low birth-weight to less than 10 %
Low rate initial production ( LRIP ) was projected to begin in January 2012.
Prior to the take over, sales had been falling at a rate of 6 %, a figure that Tesco reversed to a growth of 20 % by February 1996 and the former Wm Low stores contributed £ 11 million profit to the Tesco group.

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