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  • adj. Alternative spelling of nonrecurring.

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Examples

  • Changes in copper prices have an estimated so-called "recurring" effect and an estimated so called "non-recurring" effect on the Group's performance, assessed as part of the monthly internal reporting process of the Rexel Group: - the recurring effect related to the change in copper-based cable prices corresponds to the change in value of the copper part included in the sales price of cables from one period to another.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • The company excluded non-recurring items such as impairment charges from the adjusted EBIT figure.

    ThyssenKrupp Swings to Loss

  • The adjusted net profit is the profit from operations, excluding the effects of other non-recurring profits and losses, the effects of non-recurring financial elements as well as non-recurring tax payments and refunds.

    Casino's Net Falls 23%

  • EADS said operating profit before non-recurring items, an indicator of the company's underlying profitability, rose to €720 million from €640 million a year earlier.

    EADS 1st-Half Net Hit By Currency Swings

  • This one-time, non-recurring funding addition was provided in fiscal year 2010 and distributed to all States through the existing, authorized highway formula.

    Hal Rogers's Continuing Resolution to continue government operations

  • On an adjusted basis, which excludes a one-time gain and non-recurring costs, profit rose 4.1% to €106.1 million.

    Luxottica in Talks for Armani License Pact

  • He has, however, found some of the funds to fill the gap, 8% of the $10 billion to be exact, in so called "non-recurring resources."

    Vegas Tenold: Cuomo's Missed Opportunity

  • He said the company's lighter tax rate of only around 10% in recent years was due to non-recurring factors.

    Bulgari Says Watch Business Turning Around

  • Improvements in non-recurring cost will decide the gap, but improvements in recurring cost at the end of the day will decide strategic success and the health of NASA to come.

    Trying To Spin The Facts - NASA Watch

  • One has to wonder why there were no COTS entrants from the traditional primes given they should be able to come up with a derived system with little non-recurring cost and a mountain of proven experience delivering high reliability.

    NASA Budget Update - NASA Watch

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