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“Before GPS, he lost a national champion when he couldn't find it for a remeasurement, required every 10 years.”
“An expense of 1.95 billion yuan was incurred by consolidating Shenzhen Development Bank into the group's financial statement, due to fair value "remeasurement" of the bank's equity, Ping An said in a statement.”
“The latest period included gain of $3.13 a share tied to the recent Denver-area acquisition, which HCA said led to the "remeasurement" of its previous equity investment there, plus asset-sale gains of 18 cents a share.”
“Peabody expects second-quarter Ebitda of $350 million to $425 million with adjusted earnings per share of 50 cents to 65 cents, and Ebitda for the year of $1.6 billion to $1.9 billion, with adjusted earnings of $2.45 to $3.15 a share, excluding currency remeasurement.”
“Corp., for one, said its $25 million net loss for the quarter was explained by $96 million in "net foreign currency remeasurement losses on intercompany loans.”
“Excluding tax remeasurement impacts, profit rose to 69 cents from 50 cents, beating the company's downbeat April forecast of 50 cents to 65 cents.”
“He wanted new and open anatomical vistas where he could practice his technically brilliant procedures in peace, not debates about the measurement and remeasurement of end points of surgery.”
“The upshot: Those buildings could generate as much as $28 million more in revenue a year as a result of such remeasurement of rental space.”
“Meantime, the French have undertaken the remeasurement of Bouguer's Peruvian arc, and a corresponding Russo-Swedish  enterprise is progressing in”
“In addition, the remeasurement of our intercompany balances can result in significant gains and charges associated with the effect of movements in currency exchange rates.”
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