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- adj. Alternative spelling of net. (Remaining after expenses or deductions.)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. remaining after all deductions; same as net a., 3. Contrasted to
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A former spelling of net, still occasionally used.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. remaining after all deductions
- v. catch with a net
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There's a level of debt in proportion to income that the world will accept as manageable, and there's a level of short-term nett borrowing that will be acceptable through a temporary period of difficulty.
The "reply-to" field has the email address wrong, the ".nett" on the end should have only one t, as in ".net"
"nett" lift, is obtained by deducting the weight of the structure, cars, machinery and other fixed weights from the gross lift.
Therefore, they work together as part of a larger symbol - the entire church building itself, and their 'nett effect', so to speak, is to "make metaphysical stirrings not only plausible but irresistible within even the soberest hearts", as Alain de Botton says.
For the less familiar, pumped storage is a nett consumer of power and smooths the peaks and troughs of demand by either using surplus (coal, gas or nuclear) power to pump water up hill or releasing it back down hill to generate hydro power.
Es ist nett, Herr Arnold, dass sie dies mit uns teilen.
And that is just to get a nil nett effect on the atmosphere and before allowing for CO2 releases from soil humus oxidation.
The nett result was a loss of soil humus carbon to the atmosphere that negated the effect of storing carbon in the charcoal.
There will be serious problems in China, because of food shortages, since bthey have already moved from nett food exporter to nett food importer.
The nett saving to the tax payer even after replacing his car and paying for the helicopters/road repairs will be far greater than the cost of all the damage done by thieving toebags.