- visible (assets)
- Painting that applies the pigment thickly so that brush or palette knife marks are visible.
- The pattern of visible and invisible trade became three-cornered with developed countries importing oil and exporting industrial goods to the oil producers to pay for it; the oil producers put their surpluses into the west's banks;
- A visible trade which is also called international trade includes exports and imports of goods.
- Visible trade involves the importing and exporting of tangible goods whereas invisible trade involves the services exchange between countries.
- The visible trade is the import and export of goods and the invisible trade is the exchange of services between countries.
- Tangible assets: assets that have physical form such as plant and equipment opposite of intangible assets.
- Net tangible assets calculated as total assets minus intangible assets and liabilities.
- A red blood cell; one of the formed elements in the peripheral blood.
- After a possessive unless it is followed by an adjective
- In today's increasingly knowledge and information-driven global marketplace the ip system plays a pivotal role in the conversion of creativity innovation knowledge and information into tangible economic assets.
- At shanghai world foreign language primary school we have both formative and summative assessments.
- The effects of2008olympic games on the ecnomy of beijing were shown mainly as tangible assets and intangible assets.
- Like a theater audience that watches the herky-jerky gestures of a marionette and infers the presence of a hidden puppeteer researchers observe that visible matter moves in unaccountable ways and conclude that unseen matter must be pulling the strings.
- This cluster describes the connection between pieces of equipment and tangible assets.
- These transactions in general could be divided into two forms: visible trade and invisible trade.