gross vs net

gross net

Definitions

  • 1) A group of 144 items; 12 dozen.
  • 2) The entire body or amount, as of income, before necessary deductions have been made.
  • 3) (Law) an advowson belonging to a person, and not to a manor.
  • 4) in the bulk, or the undivided whole; all parts taken together.
  • 5) (Law) See under Common, n.
  • 6) The number of twelve dozen; twelve times twelve
  • 7) by the quantity; at wholesale.
  • 8) The main body; the chief part, bulk, or mass.
  • 9) twelve gross; one hundred and forty-four dozen.
  • 10) The main body; the chief part; the bulk; the mass: now chiefly or only in the phrase in gross or in the gross (which see, below).
  • 11) Thick soft food, such as porridge, etc. Halliwell.
  • 12) A unit of tale, consisting of twelve dozen, or 144. It never has the plural form: as, five gross or ten gross.
  • 13) Unmitigated in any way; utter.
  • 14) Exclusive of deductions; total: synonym: whole.
  • 15) Brutishly coarse, as in behavior; crude.
  • 16) On a large scale; not fine or detailed.
  • 17) So obvious or conspicuous as to cause or heighten offense: synonym: flagrant.
  • 18) Overweight; corpulent.
  • 19) Disgusting or offensive.
  • 20) Broad; general.
  • 21) Not easily aroused or excited; not sensitive in perception or feeling; dull; witless.
  • 22) Great; large; bulky; fat; of huge size; excessively large.
  • 23) the total weight of merchandise or goods, without deduction for tare, tret, or waste; -- distinguished from neat weight, or net weight.
  • 24) the total of the receipts, before they are diminished by any deduction, as for expenses; -- distinguished from net profits.
  • 25) Great; palpable; serious; vagrant; shameful
  • 26) Coarse; rough; not fine or delicate.
  • 27) Disgusting; repulsive; highly offensive.
  • 28) (Law) that kind of average which falls upon the gross or entire amount of ship, cargo, and freight; -- commonly called general average.
  • 29) (Law) the loan of money upon bottomry, i. e., on a mortgage of a ship.
  • 30) Whole; entire; total; without deduction; ; -- opposed to net.
  • 31) Expressing, or originating in, animal or sensual appetites; hence, coarse, vulgar, low, obscene, or impure.
  • 32) Thick; dense; not attenuated.
  • 33) Remarkably glaring or reprehensible; enormous; shameful; flagrant: as, a gross mistake; gross injustice.
  • 34) Coarse in texture or form; coarse in taste, or as related to any of the senses; not fine or delicate.
  • 35) Thick; dense; not attenuated; not refined or pure: as, a gross medium; gross air; gross elements.
  • 36) Not acute or sensitive in perception, apprehension, or feeling; stupid; dull.
  • 37) Whole; entire; total; specifically, without deduction, as for charges or waste material; without allowance of tare and tret: opposed to net: as, the gross sum or amount; gross profits, income, or weight.
  • 38) After large game: as, to fly gross: said of a hawk.
  • 39) General; not entering into detail.
  • 40) Relatively large; specifically, visible to the naked eye; megascopic; not microscopic.
  • 41) Toengross.
  • 42) Unusually large or plump, as from coarse growth or fatness: applied to plants or animals, and implying in men excessive or repulsive fatness.
  • 43) To engross.
  • 44) Great; large; big; bulky.
  • 45) Coarse in a moral sense; vulgar; indelicate; broad: applied to either persons or things.
  • 46) To earn as a total income or profit before deductions.

Definitions

  • 1) Computers A complex, interconnected group or system, as.
  • 2) Something that entraps; a snare.
  • 3) A radio, television, or telephone network.
  • 4) A fine mesh fabric used as curtain or dress material or as the foundation for various laces.
  • 5) The goal in soccer, hockey, and lacrosse.
  • 6) A barrier of meshwork cord or rope strung between two posts to divide a court in half, as in tennis and badminton.
  • 7) The cord meshwork attached to the hoop of a basket in basketball.
  • 8) The main point; the essence.
  • 9) A barrier against flying insects.
  • 10) The Internet.
  • 11) A device for capturing birds, fish, or insects.
  • 12) A mesh for holding the hair in place.
  • 13) Something made of openwork fabric, especially.
  • 14) A ball that is hit into this meshwork barrier.
  • 15) Business A net amount, as of profit or weight.
  • 16) A meshed network of lines, figures, or fibers.
  • 17) An openwork fabric made of threads or cords that are woven or knotted together at regular intervals.
  • 18) In cricket, an open fabric of twine placed so as to enable batsmen to practise without inconveniencing one another.
  • 19) An open textile fabric, of cotton, linen, hemp, silk, or other material, tied or woven with a mesh of any size, designed or used for catching animals alive, either by inclosing or by entangling them; a netting or network used as a snare or trap.
  • 20) In mining, a heavy leather harness used for lowering or raising horses in a shaft.
  • 21) Machine-made lace of many kinds.
  • 22) A light open woven fabric, as gauze or muslin, worn or used its a protection from annoying insects: as, a mosquito- net spread over a bed.
  • 23) A light open meshed bag for holding or confining the hair. Some are made of threads so fine that they are called invisible nets.
  • 24) Figuratively, a snare or device for entrapping or misleading in any way; a moral or mental trap or entanglement.
  • 25) Remaining after all deductions have been made, as for expenses.
  • 26) Remaining after tare is deducted.
  • 27) To score (a goal).
  • 28) To catch or ensnare in a net.
  • 29) To shoot (the ball or puck) into the goal, as in soccer or hockey.
  • 30) To clear as profit.
  • 31) To hit (the ball) into the net, as in volleyball.
  • 32) To cover, protect, or surround with a net or network.
  • 33) To bring in or yield as profit.
  • 34) To acquire or obtain.

Examples

  • 1) This smacks of gross negligence and it is the public who will suffer.
  • 2) The deduction is allowed in computing adjusted gross income.
  • 3) It would be pointless to agree a tax on gross profits as racing would lose out.
  • 4) The claimant did not need to establish either gross negligence or something more serious.
  • 5) His actions led to him being fired last year for gross misconduct.
  • 6) Three others also face a probe over gross misconduct allegations.
  • 7) Next also impressed with the way in which it widened gross margins on the retail side.
  • 8) The ruling of gross negligence is the most serious possible outcome.
  • 9) It is possible to make charitable donations from your gross pay before income tax has been deducted.
  • 10) Investments and income can be paid gross of tax and in the currency of your choice.
  • 11) You could spend the entire gross domestic product on it, and still find shortages.
  • 12) The gross domestic product of most industrial countries dropped by about 30 per cent.
  • 13) Its debt has doubled to a huge 195% of gross domestic product since then.
  • 14) The cast album from the show has grossed about $11 million in sales.
  • 15) When you feel gross you don't want anyone touching bits of you that wobble.
  • 16) Although it's safe to smell it really is quite gross.
  • 17) The country will lose about 15 per cent of its gross national product.
  • 18) That means the show alone will have grossed about 3 million.
  • 19) Britain's budget deficit peaked at under 11% of gross domestic product.
  • 20) It pays a 15 per cent duty on gross profit its telephone business, which plunged into the red this year.
  • 21) They say it was gross misconduct and I'm now suspended.
  • 22) It must be remembered that in examining the results of this campaign attention must first be paid, not to the gross totals, but to the percentages.
  • 23) ‘The indignation is compounded by evidence of gross corruption.’
  • 24) ‘The apathy, lack of understanding and political will and gross corruption in the government enhances the scope of the industry to continue with impunity.’
  • 25) ‘Even if we forget about principle and adopt a pragmatic stance, there is little to be gained in appeasing gross violence by the powerful.’
  • 26) ‘Instead, she has chosen a dangerous, heartbreaking life, which sees risk and suffering and gross inhumanity every single day.’
  • 27) ‘So the idea that you can buy your way in is much more than a ‘trade in titles’; it is a gross corruption of the system.’
  • 28) ‘However, the irregularities of the count, and the gross violence and intimidation in the months leading up to the vote, make her legal challenge to the result very strong.’
  • 29) ‘We and the civilized world are in shock at this gross inhumanity, and we extend heartfelt condolences to the families of those killed and wounded.’
  • 30) ‘We're more worried about the gross abuses and gross exaggerations of these ideas which originated in philosophy of science but which have trickled down in vulgarised form to anthropology and cultural studies.’
  • 31) ‘‘This is unacceptable and a gross waste of effort,’ he said.’
  • 32) ‘To suggest that it would become an open door for crooks, conmen and other criminals is a gross exaggeration.’
  • 33) ‘The video footage was so obviously a gross invasion of privacy and a violation of human dignity.’
  • 34) ‘Thirdly, the level of discrimination involved was gross and obvious.’
  • 35) ‘We are concerned about these stories which seem to be a gross exaggeration of the facts.’
  • 36) ‘The only problem with this report is that it contains flat out misrepresentations, gross exaggerations, flying leaps of logic and claims that cannot stand up to rigorous scrutiny.’
  • 37) ‘I think it would be a gross exaggeration to say there are difficulties all over the country with them.’
  • 38) ‘Such a picture is clearly a gross exaggeration.’
  • 39) ‘Right now my research is taking the form of looking into the gross human-rights abuses in our prison system, particularly women's prisons.’
  • 40) ‘And that was seen widely as a gross abuse of power.’
  • 41) ‘He is disgusting when he uses gross oversimplifications to describe the policies of foreign leaders.’
  • 42) ‘To say that such a fate would be unpleasant would be an astronomically gross understatement.’
  • 43) ‘A non-resident is taxed in Spain on income arising from Spanish property at the rate of 25 per cent on gross income without any deductions for expenses or interest costs.’
  • 44) ‘For self-employed applicants, the Department of Education wants to see a full declaration of total gross income.’
  • 45) ‘Figures for income, gross profit, salaries, motor expenses, drawings etc are fed into the Revenue computer system.’
  • 46) ‘Please specify whether ‘revenues’ is a reference to total income, total turnover, gross profit, net profit or some other measure of income.’
  • 47) ‘After subtracting the general operating costs and the depreciation from the gross profit, we arrive at the operating income.’
  • 48) ‘The very high rates of interest then lead to a sharp fall in net profits, and interest payments might even exceed the entire gross profit in the case of some branches or regions.’
  • 49) ‘If a guarantee is received that a room will be rented under the scheme, banks are believed to be willing to add the tax free amount to your gross income prior to deciding your mortgage entitlement.’
  • 50) ‘Since land-value increment tax is a tax on gains in asset income or value, all the occurring costs and fees are deductible from the gross income.’
  • 51) ‘Companies whose deductions exceed gross income for 2001 and 2002 will be allowed to carry the deductions back and re-file taxes for past years.’
  • 52) ‘Net profit is your gross profit less taxes and interest.’
  • 53) ‘The overall effect will be offset by higher insurance thresholds, and a slightly higher base for income taxation as social contributions are deducted from gross income before charging income taxes.’
  • 54) ‘This is like the gross profit figure for other companies (except that interest has already been removed since that's an operational activity for banks).’
  • 55) ‘You can't start deducting such items until they total 2% of adjusted gross income.’
  • 56) ‘That means your loss, combined with all other miscellaneous deductions, must exceed 2% of your adjusted gross income for it to do you any good.’
  • 57) ‘As a result of these contributions, their 2002 adjusted gross income is $30,000.’
  • 58) ‘There was discontent regarding the 54% default level set for British horseracing's share of total gross profits.’
  • 59) ‘There was evidence of healthy like-for-like growth in both revenues and gross profit.’
  • 60) ‘The ordinary income rate that you are taxed under is dependent on the amount of adjusted gross income that you receive for the tax year and your filing status.’
  • 61) ‘Last year's gross revenues amounted to more than $7 million.’
  • 62) ‘The Cabinet is most likely to stand by its commitments concerning profit tax and gross income tax.’
  • 63) ‘This would have permitted much more flexibility in basing since the B-52 is limited by its heavy gross weight and long takeoff ground roll.’
  • 64) ‘My body definitely wouldn't handle 7.5 Gs if I didn't adjust my gross weight before takeoff.’
  • 65) ‘This whole thing will be run like a classic flight test program of expanding the envelope, but we will always take off at full gross weight.’
  • 66) ‘Was I good enough to take off at a high gross weight, lose an engine, avoid the unseen mountains within a mile and a half of the field while on instruments?’
  • 67) ‘An employer now requires approval from the Director of Inspection with responsibility for mines only when the gross weight of such a machine is over 32,000 kilograms.’
  • 68) ‘All-out gross weight - loaded, gas etc. - would run about 68,847 pounds.’
  • 69) ‘A figure of a gross weight of about 30 tonnes was mentioned.’
  • 70) ‘To relate this to current practice a tractor and trailer combination today with a load of sugar beet or barley would have a gross weight of over 20 tonnes.’
  • 71) ‘Once inside the factory grounds, the lorries drive over a weighbridge where their gross weight is automatically measured.’
  • 72) ‘Our rule of thumb is that a floor jack needs to be rated for at least three-quarters of a vehicle's gross weight.’
  • 73) ‘He weighed his reasons on scales that could count not just gross weight but the minuscule grammage of real worth.’
  • 74) ‘At gross weight, the B - 2 tipped the scales at 1299 pounds.’
  • 75) ‘Liberator crews used the instrument to calculate gross weight and centre of gravity, as well as to examine the effect of the centre of gravity of crew movement, fuel consumption and release of bomb loads.’
  • 76) ‘Because our gross weight was about 40,000 pounds above max-landing gross weight, we continued, gear down, to Colorado Springs.’
  • 77) ‘Our three-engine rate of climb would have been extremely limited with the inability to raise gear, high gross weight, and high ambient temperature.’
  • 78) ‘This profile required the crew to make sure the autorotation RPM was within limits based on environmental conditions and aircraft gross weight.’
  • 79) ‘When the jet was stable, we began a wide, right-hand turn toward land and set up an orbit about 20 miles northeast of Oceana to adjust gross weight.’
  • 80) ‘A no-flap approach was flown with a 220,000 lb gross weight, flying at 198 knots indicated airspeed.’
  • 81) ‘Airplanes can't exceed a gross weight of 1,320 pounds or 1,430 pounds for seaplanes.’
  • 82) ‘She then maneuvered the jet away from populated areas and gained altitude while simultaneously dumping fuel to reduce gross weight for landing.’
  • 83) ‘She broke the ladies' course record, on the Kirkwall golf course, on Tuesday evening, with a gross score of 68.’
  • 84) ‘A gross score of 66 less their team handicap of 6 produced a net 60.’
  • 85) ‘Those scores were gross scores off his newly lowered 27 handicap!’
  • 86) ‘Off a combined handicap of 5 they returned a gross score of 68 to produce net a 63.’
  • 87) ‘Division III took care of players with no official handicap and was awarded to the player with the lowest gross score.’
  • 88) ‘A man fallen in the ocean of nescience cannot be saved simply by rescuing his outward dress - the gross material body.’
  • 89) ‘The former worships the gross material object, while the latter have recourse to imagery.’
  • 90) ‘I found your gross tongues disgusting in their barbarism, but still I learned them.’
  • 91) ‘Jane was no beauty, always delving into some novel of gross sentimentality, and her conversational skills were disgustingly average.’
  • 92) ‘By the influence of the mode of passion, which is related to air, we endeavor to manifest the form on the gross level.’
  • 93) ‘While on a gross level we can distinguish one thing from another, on a refined level no thing is actually find-able.’
  • 94) ‘Matter exists on a gross level, is stable and slow to change.’
  • 95) ‘At least a third of the people promenading along the seafront were more than just overweight - they were gross, with their swollen bellies leading the way.’
  • 96) ‘Whilst we gained a sense of Caliban's non-humanness, we lost much sense of him as a gross, repulsive creature.’
  • 97) ‘So, to all you spitters out there: it's gross, disgusting, unhealthy and classless, and every time you do it you look like a trashy hood rat.’
  • 98) ‘Spiders are fundamentally gross and yucky creatures and any messing with their place in the scheme of things will produce something grosser and yuckier still.’
  • 99) ‘You're gross, you're disgusting and you don't even know how to dress well.’
  • 100) ‘The hospital staff should be more aware of how gross and disgusting it is to see a major hospital not being kept clean.’
  • 101) ‘And true, he carries at least 108 diseases and is just completely gross and icky and mouse-y.’
  • 102) ‘Once again, it is not intended that these observations lead to a conclusion that writing for reluctant reader boys must necessarily be gross and disgusting, far from it.’
  • 103) ‘No subject is taboo, and there is no subject so gross, so obnoxious, so embarrassing, it cannot be paraded in front of everyone.’
  • 104) ‘That was gross and disgusting and I don't think I want to talk to you anymore.’
  • 105) ‘He came back to the table and told Sam that Ms. Shaw thought it was gross and icky.’
  • 106) ‘I mean, everyone I talk to thinks I'm a nerdy loser or a gross loser or an obnoxious loser.’
  • 107) ‘The tracks were strewn with trash - gross, disgusting and overwhelming.’
  • 108) ‘Blame it on a yucky mix of sweat and gross bacteria.’
  • 109) ‘He likes gross, disgusting, and obscene killings.’
  • 110) ‘Do you know how sick, gross, and disgusting that is?’
  • 111) ‘This went beyond gross and into seriously disgusting.’
  • 112) ‘I liked the way they were to each other; it didn't seem gross or disgusting, like what other kids had told me.’
  • 113) ‘Primary homology hypotheses were generated for features of gross morphology, leaf anatomy, and chromosome number.’
  • 114) ‘Generally, gross lesions are not observed in the central nervous system of birds affected with Newcastle disease virus regardless of the pathotype.’
  • 115) ‘In summary, this is an excellent book with extremely useful text, superb gross pictures, and generally very good microscopic pictures.’
  • 116) ‘Their genomic structure is similar at a gross level, but has yet to be compared comprehensively in detail.’
  • 117) ‘Oh, we have a good idea, on a gross level, of what governments should not do to really screw up the economy.’
  • 118) ‘There is widespread consensus that an organism's lifestyle is often reflected in the skeleton at various levels ranging from gross morphology to histological structure.’
  • 119) ‘Making the world better in gross material terms is nothing to sneeze at.’
  • 120) ‘If infection is suspected, the wound area must be assessed for obvious signs of gross infection, and the infection should be confirmed by culturing the organism.’
  • 121) ‘Obviously, these are gross distinctions, but somehow our brains require some way of distinguishing the Old Order from the New.’
  • 122) ‘Overall they estimate that carers save the State at least E2 billion gross each year.’
  • 123) ‘The oversized celebrity has been in 30 films since 1970, grossing hundreds of millions of dollars.’
  • 124) ‘He also informed delegates that the qualifiers had grossed a million less than in the previous year because of falling attendances.’
  • 125) ‘When's the last time you hear about a poet's latest world tour grossing a million a night?’
  • 126) ‘The movie is grossing $25 million dollars a day.’
  • 127) ‘Since then, the movie has grossed more than 200 million in theatre and video sales.’
  • 128) ‘The first two episodes grossed an extraordinary £1.1 billion.’
  • 129) ‘But who cares what purists or musos think when there's a buck to be grossed?’
  • 130) ‘And, in the spirit of its trashy themes, it has grossed its director a fortune.’
  • 131) ‘Which film has grossed more money than any other this year?’
  • 132) ‘In the United States alone, the title grossed an unprecedented $30 million in sales.’
  • 133) ‘This film did of course gross an enormous amount of money worldwide and in America, and also received a pile of Oscar nominations.’
  • 134) ‘Last weekend, four new movies opened and grossed about $61 million between them.’
  • 135) ‘It would go on to become Fox's highest grossing film of 1948.’
  • 136) ‘It is the highest grossing R-rated film ever, outdistancing the runner up by 15%.’
  • 137) ‘It had enormous success at the box office running for six months in Sydney alone and became one of the three highest grossing Australian documentaries since 2000.’
  • 138) ‘It became the highest grossing film of all time within two months, and every cast member including the dog won Oscars at the Academy Awards.’
  • 139) ‘For several years, it was the highest grossing film of all time, and that makes a statement worth listening to.’
  • 140) ‘It was the second highest grossing film in Korea that year, and the highest grossing comedy ever.’
  • 141) ‘Let's say that a worker grosses about $9,000 a year.’
  • 142) ‘If healthcare grosses $1.2 trillion in 1999, and fraud represents 10% of that total, that means a tidy sum of $100 billion a year lost to fraudulent claims.’
  • 143) ‘I am, however, prepared to ‘add back’ a number of the items that are considered to be personal to the Respondent that are written off as business expenses and grossing that amount up.’
  • 144) ‘Even if the child is not a taxpayer, contributions are grossed up by the Inland Revenue to a £3,600 limit, which means that the contributor has to provide just £2,808, with the taxman contributing a further £792.’
  • 145) ‘The maximum you can contribute in a year is £2,808, to which the taxman adds relief, grossing it up up to £3,600.’
  • 146) ‘That may not sound much, but, grossing it up, it works out to 35 minutes a week or over 30 hours a year.’
  • 147) ‘So every pound that you pay into your pension will be grossed up to £1.28.’
  • 148) ‘They used the syndicate figures for Syndicates 103 and 1053 and then grossed them up in order to relate to the anticipated premium income - that accounted for the degree of precision.’
  • 149) ‘One important aspect of builder/seller funding of downpayments through these programs is that transaction prices are grossed up in excess of true market prices.’
  • 150) ‘It could prove very costly if the payment is grossed up as emoluments.’
  • 151) ‘Some small businesses with gross receipts up to $10 million can now use the cash method of accounting.’
  • 152) ‘Even if we do not gross it up, there is $80,000 in that.’
  • 153) ‘That's like giving a kid a gross of bottle rockets and a new Bic lighter, then leaving the boy unsupervised - and being shocked, shocked to hear small explosions in the distance.’
  • 154) ‘Personally, I'm wondering just how much he paid for the gross of grovelling apologies he's been using like there's no tomorrow…’
  • 155) ‘It seems county council might benefit if something suitably heavy (a gross of copies of Chicken Little?) were bounced off the thick heads of its members.’
  • 156) ‘In the meantime, I have ordered a gross of hatches and a quantity of timber from the catalogue, so I can batten them down and engage in some hardcore shivering on the big day.’
  • 157) ‘There have been no single straws - more a gross of wire bound bales weighing down and breaking asunder a once optimistic and enthusiastic camel's back.’
  • 158) ‘Chaplin had big box-office grosses, but he made relatively few pictures.’
  • 159) ‘The overall box office grosses for the summer season, which ends today, on Labor Day, is just slightly ahead of last summer's record pace.’
  • 160) ‘This is normally a sign that audiences like a film and the film's grosses are going to hold up well in subsequent weeks, so the film's final gross could still be quite good.’
  • 161) ‘But of all the Oscar nominees it has racked up by far the biggest domestic grosses so far.’
  • 162) ‘It's unfortunate, because while it may lead to big opening grosses, a lot of pictures that are a little different and don't fit so neatly into either a niche market or a high-concept marketing approach can get lost in the shuffle.’
  • 163) ‘But in terms of commercial success, in terms of grosses - I really don't know.’
  • 164) ‘Things were helped by its non-US grosses being much greater than that, but still the studio would have been hard pressed to get its outlay back.’
  • 165) ‘In less than thirty years, roughly since the premiere of Star Wars, domestic grosses - once the industry's bread and butter - have become a virtual loss leader.’
  • 166) ‘Broadway's weekly grosses are running ahead of this time last year, and every theater in the city is booked, with more than a dozen new shows opening over the next six months.’
  • 167) ‘Maybe it was at the time when reporting weekend grosses became a feature, and hence a yardstick of a film's importance, in purportedly high-minded papers.’
  • 168) ‘Now solve it for U.S. grosses, adjusted for inflation.’
  • 169) ‘Film can sometimes seem obsessed with the hype and glory of the latest passing sensation and the opening weekend grosses of the newest blockbuster.’
  • 170) ‘It has been reporting low grosses so it may fade away soon.’
  • 171) ‘Selling out has more to do with ticket grosses than the antimaterialist who stands apart from society.’
  • 172) ‘I think one of the problems with film criticism is that we rarely talk about art anymore - we obsess about the grosses, we gossip about the ‘industry,’ we talk about this week's new movie in relation to last week's new movie.’
  • 173) ‘If you add up the grosses of all these titles and estimate final numbers for this year's already-in-release product, the total should be about the same from last year's 22 to this year's 20.’
  • 174) ‘It reported grosses for 20 weeks after that, most of which was second run, but that accounted for only $7 million of the $176 million domestic take.’
  • 175) ‘Correct me if I'm wrong, but the two sequels cost about $350M combined, so this assumption is predicated on foreign grosses exceeding domestic.’
  • 176) ‘Projected grosses are reported during every news show each Sunday night, with ‘real’ numbers arriving 24 hours later.’
  • 177) ‘They're so intent on having big first weekend grosses.’

Examples

  • 1) That helped me take a touch before putting it in the back of the net.
  • 2) They showed a net loss of about 700million.
  • 3) And they have netted 11 goals in the process.
  • 4) The unjustified scepticism towards the sector is reflected in the 20 % discount to net asset value.
  • 5) The net result was a lack of the spectacular for which he has become renowned in Saracens colours.
  • 6) I wonder if the management should not cast the net wider rather than appoint from within.
  • 7) net profits climbed to 1billion on sales up 11 per cent over the period.
  • 8) net income in the third quarter this year rose to $1.4 billion from $1.2 billion.
  • 9) The regime is proving costly to implement and risks catching innocent people in its net.
  • 10) The fisherman was able to catch so many fish because other workers are making nets.
  • 11) You go back to the nets over and over again and grind the faults out.
  • 12) And got the highest net migration figure in a decade.
  • 13) The biggest regret for me as a manager is letting him slip through the net.
  • 14) Rarely did she take the initiative by going to the net.
  • 15) You can catch her in her finest fishing net.
  • 16) The main metric for its performance is the rise in that net asset value.
  • 17) The net effect is mysterious yet playfully alive to the moment.
  • 18) Suitable shelters can be made from fine plastic mesh or netting stretched between stout wooden posts.
  • 19) It is our final safety net.
  • 20) The housebuilder ended the year with net cash of 113 million.
  • 21) They were hard at work yesterday on the self-contained net area adjoining the ground.
  • 22) The portfolio produces a net income of more than 1.2 million a year.
  • 23) Over the same time it predicts a net loss of 220,000 jobs in less skilled groups.
  • 24) After netting the first goal he linked up play and was always a threat in a 2-1 win.
  • 25) During the first quarter of this year the company reported a net profit of just under $600 million.
  • 26) It feels like a basketball net or a trampoline, but it's also a fence.
  • 27) ‘He fished with a golden net drawn by cords woven of purple and scarlet threads.’
  • 28) ‘A good fisherman weaves his own nets with twine and a needle made of whalebone.’
  • 29) ‘The guides had the students assist with the gathering of the mud samples, water samples, and catching fish and other sea animals with a net.’
  • 30) ‘It was using a big chunk of this material as a net.’
  • 31) ‘Once those animals rot the fishing net might float back up to the surface again and start ghost fishing once again.’
  • 32) ‘Some outfits feature fishing nets or papier mâché animals, while others sport massive wings or robotic parts.’
  • 33) ‘The materials used were bamboo, fish nets, garden nets, glue, canvas, rope washing line and spray paint.’
  • 34) ‘The fishermen stand and haul the net with fish hanging from it.’
  • 35) ‘But he struggled instinctively like an animal under a net, and this blind struggle threw him out into a field.’
  • 36) ‘Plenty of deep-sea animals other than giant squid have shown up in fishing nets without having been captured on film in their natural environment.’
  • 37) ‘Although I've lived in the Selby area for most of my life, I've never seen crowds of fisherman hauling nets of clams, mussels and tuna from the murky waters of the River Ouse.’
  • 38) ‘Small craft set out before sunrise, often through rough surf, to lift the nets, remove captured animals and repair damage to the mesh.’
  • 39) ‘Many of the animals die when they chase fish into nets and become tangled in the mesh.’
  • 40) ‘It was considered bad luck to have a female at sea, just as it was bad luck for the men to haul the first net of fish ashore in my particular branch of the family.’
  • 41) ‘The market opens out into a harbour where people swarm everywhere, mending nets and building brightly coloured boats.’
  • 42) ‘The day's take is hauled in, the fish caught in their nets like words ‘in any order’ caught in a sentence.’
  • 43) ‘The wreckers hauling in salvage nets look like fishermen at first glance, but closer inspection reveals the traces of a shipwreck.’
  • 44) ‘I pictured fishermen in boats hauling in their nets as fast as they were able with their thoughts of the darkness enveloping them.’
  • 45) ‘Fishermen haul in their nets as they prepare to head back out to sea from the harbor located in the city of Suao located along Taiwan's east coast.’
  • 46) ‘And, looking at the paltry haul in their nets and at their discarded small fish, they know it is a way of life their sons will not share with them.’
  • 47) ‘In the margins of the lake, I taught little Felix to hunt with an insect net.’
  • 48) ‘Other items, such as insect nets, were in short supply in the theater.’
  • 49) ‘If necessary, use an insect net to guard against the adults flying away.’
  • 50) ‘First, there is a series of computer composite images that depict different aspects of field research, such as catching insects with nets.’
  • 51) ‘Using sweep nets and aspirators the researchers collect insects and take them to a lab in Buenos Aires.’
  • 52) ‘We placed an insect sweep net over each aggregation, and because of the extreme inactivity of the gathered wasps, escapes were uncommon.’
  • 53) ‘Insects were transferred from sweep nets to labeled plastic bags, frozen, and sorted to morphospecies.’
  • 54) ‘Sampling was conducted with a standard insect sweep net; each sample consisted of 100 sweeps made in a 180° arc.’
  • 55) ‘Good sport was to be had at Carpvale on Sunday where the club match on the front pond was won with a fine 75 lb net of carp from peg 70.’
  • 56) ‘A recent club match was won with a fine 25 lb net of bream, skimmers and tench.’
  • 57) ‘Frank Atkinson led with a fine 27 lb 10 oz net of skimmers, rudd and small carp taken alternating worm, meat and pellet.’
  • 58) ‘Mike Dall won with a creditable net of perch scaling 4lb 4oz to restore some male pride.’
  • 59) ‘Unable to find the net in either game, goals remain a problem.’
  • 60) ‘Following a run of six successive wins, Paul Simpson's men have taken just one point from their last two matches and failed to find the net in both games.’
  • 61) ‘However, they had to wait till late in the game to find the net.’
  • 62) ‘He proceeded to turn his man and find the net for a great goal to level up the scoring after twelve minutes.’
  • 63) ‘Try as they might neither side could find the net and the game eventually went into the dreaded penalty shoot out.’
  • 64) ‘They conceded four goals, but were unable to find the net.’
  • 65) ‘Football nets were used in goals for the first time, for a match in Bolton.’
  • 66) ‘In the second half BCA came more into the game, but could only find the net once.’
  • 67) ‘I feel we deserved to go in at half-time at least goal up, but we didn't find the net.’
  • 68) ‘The Soviet Union basketball team displayed tremendous nerve to find the net in the disputed last seconds of the 1972 Olympic final.’
  • 69) ‘In a much better second half performance Oaks piled on the pressure and had the majority of the play but could not find the net.’
  • 70) ‘Although she could not find the net in the match against Zambia, in which she came on as a a substitute in the second half, Nonoh says she is hungry for goals.’
  • 71) ‘Storm's failure to find the net on a consistent basis is all the more surprising considering the proven track records of their offensive players.’
  • 72) ‘They have never failed to find the net at Boundary Park with Wadsworth in charge and have taken 14 points from a possible 18.’
  • 73) ‘In their 48 fixtures so far, the Blues have failed to find the net on just five occasions.’
  • 74) ‘This resulted in the ‘Goal of the Match’, their young forward beating three defenders before firing a perfect cross goal shot into the net.’
  • 75) ‘He has the burst of pace of a scalded cat and the occasions in a summer when he sends the ball scudding low to the opposition net late in the game are a reliable index of his wellbeing.’
  • 76) ‘He's seen him picking footballs out of the net in Highfield Road with alarming frequency.’
  • 77) ‘Another Kelly free extended the lead before Joe Higgins shot to the net for the game's only goal.’
  • 78) ‘Also, any powerplay unit can fall out of the habit of doing some basics, such as putting the puck on goal and crashing the net.’
  • 79) ‘When her kids were growing up, Dale Kephart always had volleyball and badminton nets set up in the backyard.’
  • 80) ‘Gone will be the trampolines, table tennis tables and badminton nets that occupy the main auditorium on weekday nights when there is no concert.’
  • 81) ‘Before they took it away I suggested putting up two basketball posts and nets with goal posts underneath them like most other areas have but my pleas have fallen on deaf ears.’
  • 82) ‘You could also try rigging up a net to play volleyball, a hoop for basketball or invite some of your children's friends round for a game of rounders.’
  • 83) ‘But even here, on the Island, the makeshift homes of the country's dispossessed fill every space unoccupied by sunbeds and volleyball nets.’
  • 84) ‘Sure enough, come noon on the day of the event, there were volleyball nets set up at the base of the hill, with teams aplenty ready to play some ball.’
  • 85) ‘He nodded and, with one last grin at her, jogged over to the volleyball net.’
  • 86) ‘The collectors look like oversized volleyball nets.’
  • 87) ‘There were volleyball nets set up across the large room, and our teacher, Mr. Stetgon, quickly pulled us into four groups and assigned us to a court.’
  • 88) ‘Our lead vehicle became stuck in a volleyball net.’
  • 89) ‘At the Baghdad correction center, about 200 delinquents share four dormitories built around a square courtyard cut by a volleyball net.’
  • 90) ‘Once at the flashlight tag meeting spot, between two poles ground into the sand on the lake where a volleyball net should have hung, we picked teams.’
  • 91) ‘Finally, Mike, James, and Violet gave me a net for the volleyball.’
  • 92) ‘Rachel hit the volleyball back over the net, and glanced up only to see Jade leaning against the post, a silver knife in her hand.’
  • 93) ‘A high-pitched voice yelled as a tiny blonde hit the volleyball over the net.’
  • 94) ‘If it got too hot inside, there was a volleyball net set up in a courtyard.’
  • 95) ‘We were all in agreement and began to set up the volleyball net.’
  • 96) ‘Surely one of those volleyball nets at Jeanne-Mance Park could be lowered for the kickers out there.’
  • 97) ‘For entertainment, we set up a volleyball net, put up a set of makeshift soccer goals, and had a wide variety of board games.’
  • 98) ‘We had put up the volleyball net and played pool volleyball.’
  • 99) ‘The wet weather prevented the curator from producing proper practice nets and batting practice has been limited to a few minutes on the eve of the match.’
  • 100) ‘Following his slow start to the season, Strauss was then given the opportunity of extra practice, ahead of the Bangladesh series, when he went to the school nets to face some bowling from the pupils.’
  • 101) ‘He had observed me bowling well during the nets and so thought that I could try my hand this time in a regular game.’
  • 102) ‘You can do only so much bowling in the nets, and I just have to see if they are willing to take the risk for the third Test.’
  • 103) ‘He was initially put up in a room whose windows faced the building that housed the indoor net practice facilities.’
  • 104) ‘Selecting a modern look, Deepika has chosen mostly chiffons, gossamer net, silk and georgettes for her debut at LIFW.’
  • 105) ‘Fabrics are given the technological touch with the use of rubberised velvet and wool, mirrored wool crepe, stretch net, organza and spider beaded georgette.’
  • 106) ‘Cut the front stay from a firmly woven cotton blend for light control or from mediumweight, girdle-like power net fabric for firm control.’
  • 107) ‘The British Red Cross won the charity shop section with its festoon of red net, hearts and open book displaying information about Valentine's Day.’
  • 108) ‘Pressing is used on tailored and lined suits, especially on men's, on wool, on silk and some rayon, on net, and on pile fabrics.’
  • 109) ‘Another variation to try is to place a thin voile net over the window, or draw any transparent curtains.’
  • 110) ‘All I can say about the Skinners was that they had no net curtains and a pornographic oil-painting above the fire-place until the police made them stop.’
  • 111) ‘Is this why you've been investing in some net curtains for your kitchen?’
  • 112) ‘In the hotel room there are no venetian blinds, but the white net curtains belly and fold in the breeze of the open window.’
  • 113) ‘We had no net curtains then, the neighbours always looked in when she turned on the lights.’
  • 114) ‘Every surface was covered with satin, velvet, crinoline and net.’
  • 115) ‘The lower part of the window had been painted white and net curtains shielded the upper part.’
  • 116) ‘An eclectic mix of feminine flounce and frill, with models in georgettes, net and chiffons was the highlight.’
  • 117) ‘For the light source, use a sunlit window with a thin voile net to soften the brightness of the sun.’
  • 118) ‘I parted the light net curtains of my bed and sank down beside Lucy.’
  • 119) ‘It tries to take us beyond the yellowing net curtains of their cramped tower-block flats, and into their living-rooms and bedrooms.’
  • 120) ‘Layers of stiff net petticoats went under taffeta strapless dresses that made waists look tiny.’
  • 121) ‘Others may have swished into the hall wearing beaded evening dresses of chiffon and netting, while others may have been swathed in silk and satin with plump sleeves of net and lace.’
  • 122) ‘Several pieces also feature attractive patterns, such as wide or fine vertical stripes, as well as net, square and doughnut designs.’
  • 123) ‘It was only then that blue flashing lights were seen through the white net curtains of the lounge.’
  • 124) ‘You have so much trapped yourself in a net of words, of speculations that the feeling itself, which is the only thing that is deep and vital in us, is lost.’
  • 125) ‘Up to 7,500 civil servants have such an arrangement in Dublin and elsewhere in the country, but the car spaces have escaped the Ministers' net.’
  • 126) ‘Finally, many criminals escape the judicial net, even though in the public eye they are criminals.’
  • 127) ‘It's easy to speculate that he might have been allowed to escape the net because he knows too much about wrong-doing by others in the UN.’
  • 128) ‘Even now the Kiwis are presumably wondering how, with all the islanders that they do sign, this flyer escaped their net.’
  • 129) ‘Only one girl had escaped the powerful net of her authority in her fifty year career, and that had been well nigh twenty years ago.’
  • 130) ‘That they may escape the banking net is not necessarily a bad thing - it depends on whether this thwarts the legislative aims.’
  • 131) ‘In addition, 242 people with incomes between €100,000 and €1m in 2001 also escaped the tax net.’
  • 132) ‘The co-operative intend to spread their net of membership as wide as possible among individuals and groups interested in the rural economy and rural development.’
  • 133) ‘The festival will spread its net wide across the six major cities of Scotland - Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling, Dundee, Aberdeen and Inverness.’
  • 134) ‘Homeloans began as a broadly based financial services brokerage, but after six months Curry and Gavin realised they were spreading their net too wide.’
  • 135) ‘But what previous generations would have considered tangible personal prosperity spreads its net ever wider.’
  • 136) ‘People said spreading the net wide across the town was the best way of tracking down the hoodie attacker.’
  • 137) ‘We decided to spread our net as wide as possible and try three starters.’
  • 138) ‘Recruiting has already begun for this chief executive - with the net being spread wider than members of the Shepherd family.’
  • 139) ‘Here are some sops which might help politicians in spreading their net for votes.’
  • 140) ‘Instead, he has chosen to spread the tax net wide across the booming services sector.’
  • 141) ‘That's very admirable, but he's spread his net far too wide.’
  • 142) ‘And from what I know of his father, they'd not have wanted to spread their net too wide, lest he realize they were about.’
  • 143) ‘In fact, Graham Harvey, whose own academic location is in religious studies, has spread his net fairly wide.’
  • 144) ‘The question remains: why should whatever gave rise to the threat define the class of permissible victims when it is within our power to spread a wider net?’
  • 145) ‘And now he will take in two, lower level La Liga games as he spreads the net far and wide in search of new talent.’
  • 146) ‘‘Organisations are therefore spreading the recruitment net as wide as possible in order to find the best people’.’
  • 147) ‘And once legal personhood is secured for chimpanzees, Wise hopes to cast the net of legal rights wider.’
  • 148) ‘Yesterday, for instance, it emerged that Lord Levy has now spread his net to the euro referendum and has begun fundraising for the ‘yes’ campaign.’
  • 149) ‘But Gilmore says he has every intention of spreading the artistic net.’
  • 150) ‘Ironically, the further the government's statisticians spread their net in the Yorkshire region, the slower was the increase.’
  • 151) ‘A wisp of a reasoned argument escaped the net that I cast far and wide.’
  • 152) ‘After someone gives the warning of an enemy in the area, the enemy's location and disposition is then broadcasted over the radio net.’
  • 153) ‘And because the call was placed into a patch unit, it allowed us to link that net into other radio nets or telephone lines.’
  • 154) ‘What types of radios and nets are we going to communicate with?’
  • 155) ‘The Guderian designed HF radio nets provided a level of command and control never before achieved on the battlefield.’
  • 156) ‘Radio nets only extended down to company level in armoured units, so that company commanders had to communicate with their tanks by hand signal or motorcycle.’
  • 157) ‘Sean hit a small button on the screen in front of him, tying him in to the radio net.’
  • 158) ‘In the third period of the Great Patriotic War, the number of air army radio nets doubled by comparison with the first period.’
  • 159) ‘We can say that we haven't covered foreign affairs and even the broadcast, the antenna nets don't do it very well either.’
  • 160) ‘Approval even came over the radio net to shoot dogs to prevent them from being rigged with explosives.’
  • 161) ‘Unit formations, command vehicles, radio nets and unit morale have no effect on the game play.’
  • 162) ‘After a few moments the snipers commence their commentary via the team's radio net - ensuring all callsigns have situational awareness.’
  • 163) ‘Even then the skipper has to be alert for out-of-season storm warnings, currently broadcast on a ham radio net.’
  • 164) ‘And I guess the hardest question I ever asked anyone over a military radio net was the lieutenant, one of the wounded or killed?’
  • 165) ‘Anyway, we managed on the same day to notify the local Coast Guard station, our insurance company and the French radio net.’
  • 166) ‘As he descended, he called his fellow PJs over their tactical radio net to tell them he was OK.’
  • 167) ‘Linked with each other and supporting batteries via radio net, every observer could fire any or all available support batteries at once.’
  • 168) ‘The contact report surged through the platoon internal radio net like a bolt of lightning.’
  • 169) ‘There are the nationwide nets: Concert FM on two frequencies; National Radio for Dunedin City and for Mosgiel.’
  • 170) ‘Maybe H. Zuckerman, presumably a tough cop, was refusing to give her name so they could look up her vital statistics on various computer nets.’
  • 171) ‘In Europe, prosecutors have brought cases against the alleged online attackers suspected of creating networks of compromised computers, known as bot nets.’
  • 172) ‘The same could happen with the net - we'll have national nets with firewalls and exorbitant charges.’
  • 173) ‘As it is, some smaller nets are anticipating bandwidth charges considerably higher than they're prepared to deal with.’
  • 174) ‘Security experts applauded the successful investigations but remained pragmatic about the impact the arrests will have on the increasing use of bot nets as a means to facilitate online crime.’
  • 175) ‘Put the server on both nets: This option is a good one, since wireless and wired clients will each access the server via their respective pipes.’
  • 176) ‘It should support interaction between territorially dispersed segments of the local computer net of mobile formations.’
  • 177) ‘File swap nets will win, DRM and lawyers lose, say MS researchers’
  • 178) ‘Although it may be too technical for some, the book offers plenty of information for those looking to lock down their wireless nets.’
  • 179) ‘Every time I turned the channel, it seemed like there was another story about the computer intern net.’
  • 180) ‘The EMC checking software in Cadstar 4.5 first identifies critical nets then analyses whether those nets will cause problems once they have been routed.’
  • 181) ‘With those two pieces of data, an attacker can impersonate a legitimate device on that wireless net.’
  • 182) ‘Although WEP is one of the most talked-about means of protection for a wireless net, it will not by itself make your network secure.’
  • 183) ‘Instead, these people have opted to use phone books or the net to look-up numbers.’
  • 184) ‘Now with the net, we can get identity theft and stolen Internet access into the bargain.’
  • 185) ‘Of those net users quizzed, eight out of ten said they used the net to search for information and for email.’
  • 186) ‘A worm capable of using webcams to spy on users is circulating across the net.’
  • 187) ‘It will also examine whether technology can be used to hit reduce the amount of spam clogging up the net.’
  • 188) ‘People accessing the net outside these hours will be charged on a pay-as-you-go basis.’
  • 189) ‘Nearly two thirds of Americans have access to the net either at home or work.’
  • 190) ‘The Chinese Government is concerned the net can corrupt the minds of youngsters.’
  • 191) ‘The more years people have spent online, the more hours they spend on the net.’
  • 192) ‘Almost half of those who accessed the net used it for some type of e-commerce transaction.’
  • 193) ‘The research outfit found that the more people use the net, the more they are likely to shop online.’
  • 194) ‘It's a big task, given that only ten per cent of humans have access to the net today.’
  • 195) ‘All users need is a computer hooked up to the net, microphone, speakers and sound card.’
  • 196) ‘One group will use a whole range of devices to access the net, the other group will have just one.’
  • 197) ‘Officials in Kingston upon Hull want to give everyone in the city access to the net.’
  • 198) ‘Nearly a third of business users steal software or digital content, by grabbing it from the net.’
  • 199) ‘Employees don't give a stuff about using their computers at work to access the net.’
  • 200) ‘The government claimed today that virtually all British schools were now hooked up to the net.’
  • 201) ‘The journal is on the net, but unfortunately you need a subscription to get access to the full text.’
  • 202) ‘Around three per cent of companies had been involved in litigation from misuse of the net.’
  • 203) ‘They might catch the fish or net the bird but not consume it.’
  • 204) ‘As we were quite high up from the water we used a landing net with a twelve foot long telescopic handle so that we could safely net any fish that we caught.’
  • 205) ‘I netted a beast, all 11 lb 10 oz of it, from the York water at Beningbrough Park last Friday.’
  • 206) ‘The latest catch was a large mature male crab netted by Bridlington fisherman Andrew Sanderson last week.’
  • 207) ‘Near such centres of population the fish are netted for local consumption, so the remaining fish are fewer and smaller.’
  • 208) ‘This was accomplished by photographing and netting both species as they foraged at the Palmer agave flowers.’
  • 209) ‘I grabbed the net moved downstream hoping to net the fish before it reached the snaggy zone and was in luck, quickly netting the fish.’
  • 210) ‘I managed to calm down the old ticker and successfully netted the fish, a marvellous Rudd of one pound twelve ounces, nearly three times bigger than any that I had ever caught previously!’
  • 211) ‘After a nice fight the fish was netted, carefully weighed at 1lb 4oz, quickly photographed and returned.’
  • 212) ‘A few minutes later I netted his fish for him, and he was right, we needed the big net and the camera, he had landed a common of fifteen pounds and fourteen ounces!’
  • 213) ‘After a good scrap, a short but extremely fat fish was netted.’
  • 214) ‘Eventually I netted the fish which was a nice fully finned rainbow of about five pounds.’
  • 215) ‘With the cod coming near the boat, walk backwards towards the cabin to allow the skipper to get right to the back of the stern of the boat and he'll net the fish.’
  • 216) ‘It is not easy in the dark but I prefer to net weeded fish myself so I have control of when to lift, then if it all goes wrong I can only blame myself.’
  • 217) ‘As I netted this second salmon, I realised that it was again over twenty pounds.’
  • 218) ‘We netted the chicks using a large landing net, placed them in a holding container, and transported them to shore.’
  • 219) ‘Trapping or netting the fish can be dated back to the 12 th century, and though it was clear that over-fishing could lead to a decline in stocks, no one really knew why numbers went up or down.’
  • 220) ‘Only butterflies, grasshoppers, mosquitoes and flies are netted there.’
  • 221) ‘West hasn't netted a whale or dolphin since he spent $1,700 outfitting his mile-long net with 41 of the alarms.’
  • 222) ‘In May this year he returned with colleagues to the sanctuary, where they were able to net two specimens.’
  • 223) ‘They show in the puffy, jowly contours of his face and the seen-it-all weariness in the eyes but those eyes still light up at the prospect of pulling off an art heist that will net him millions.’
  • 224) ‘If you see any one netting the river or killing Pike over 3 kilo then report it.’
  • 225) ‘How often I heard the stories of the poachers, pronounced poochers, who netted the river for salmon to the disgust of the rod-men and the local boatmen.’
  • 226) ‘In the past I have reported about the illegal netting of lakes and rivers across Ireland.’
  • 227) ‘Acting on a tip, Pattaya police were quickly in and out of the Night Market in South Pattaya and their big bust smothered a small time dealer, netting a cache of pornographic video CDs.’
  • 228) ‘The sweep was successful in netting a large cache or weapons, explosives, ammunition, and other equipment.’
  • 229) ‘In the ensuing days, a number of people were netted after stringent customs regulations and tightened security were put into effect.’
  • 230) ‘A corruption crackdown has netted officials with ties to top leaders such as Li Peng, but no one close to Jiang has been implicated.’
  • 231) ‘Liu is the fourth top official of China's second largest lender to have been netted in Beijing's anti-graft campaign.’
  • 232) ‘It plans to launch a fresh range of notebooks in mid August concentrating on areas such as audio, and aims to net customers who are looking to replace their desktop with a notebook.’
  • 233) ‘Gilbert Mushangazhike, the visitors' leading goal scorer, netted twice in the first half, but missed a penalty in the second half.’
  • 234) ‘Whilst they are hardly prolific scorers netting only six goals, their defence has done well in only conceding eight goals the least number of goals conceded, a sorry sight when your team cannot find goals.’
  • 235) ‘Shanahan already has scored 20 goals after netting only 31 goals and 58 points last season.’
  • 236) ‘When the opportunity arose in the 27th minute Andre Emmanuel pounced on a loose ball and netted the first goal.’
  • 237) ‘The Blackburn fans were jubilant but to general surprise Wanderers came away to net the ball twice in as many minutes.’
  • 238) ‘Witness reports also claimed that on-loan Charlton teenager Randolph later incited City fans by signalling the score after Accrington had netted their second goal.’
  • 239) ‘Andy Beckwith scored a hat-trick for Wyke, while Mohammed Jahangir netted his first goal for Heaton.’
  • 240) ‘Earlier in the day, Naboye hammered Mungwi 3-0 with Ackim Tembo netting his fourth goal making him the tournament's top scorer.’
  • 241) ‘Farrelly played a leading role when Bolton were promoted to the Premiership in 2001, netting the first goal in their play-off final win over Preston.’
  • 242) ‘Fowler may have only netted six goals this season, but he has a handful of assists to his mane as well, and has also curbed his aggression, only picking up a single yellow card.’
  • 243) ‘Widely reviled bad boy Craig Bellamy nets both goals thanks to some generosity from Crystal Palace goalkeeper Gabor Kiraly.’
  • 244) ‘Aiming for the fourth title of the season the local favourite netted a goal in each session, outplaying its bemused opponent.’
  • 245) ‘McCourt rounded three defenders before firing home and then went on another mazy run that ended with fellow substitute Townson netting his 17th goal of the season.’
  • 246) ‘But the 26-year-old Spartak Moscow midfielder deserved his stroke of luck as he netted his fifth international goal.’
  • 247) ‘Simon Parke netted his sixth goal in six games in the win over Blyth Spartans and Mark Stuart grabbed his eighth of the season.’
  • 248) ‘Gerry netted three goals during the tournament and his impressive form certainly caught the attention of the host nation and a year later he was on his way back to Spain to join Real Mallorca.’
  • 249) ‘Midway through the second half, former Bantams skipper Lee Duxbury netted his first goal for the Throstle Nest outfit, again from a Stamer assist.’
  • 250) ‘The home side had a lot of possession but rarely threatened the visitors in the final third and slumped to a defeat as the Liverpudlians netted a goal in each half.’
  • 251) ‘The Dutch international has netted a club-record 22 goals in 23 Champions League appearances for United.’
  • 252) ‘Ryan Robinson netted a consolation goal for the Huddersfield side from the penalty spot but it was too late to prevent Crag from taking all three points.’
  • 253) ‘And it's a big boost to the bottomline with net value addition per person being 10-15 times the amount it is for BPOs.’
  • 254) ‘Canary Wharf said its net value per share increased from £5.18 to £6.78 in the year to June.’
  • 255) ‘Where 15% UK tax was deducted, the net amount received is liable to Irish tax.’
  • 256) ‘The South African Act provides for a further abatement of R 1,5 million, to be deducted from the net value of the estate.’
  • 257) ‘With netting, gross obligations are discharged by the transfer of the net amount of value due from each obligor.’
  • 258) ‘By terminating the contracts at market prices, a net amount might well be payable to the debtor, rather than to the other party.’
  • 259) ‘Homeowners will see their residences' net value grow instead of cashing out some equity when refinancing.’
  • 260) ‘You simply put in any adjustments such as overtime or commission, then push a couple of buttons, and a payslip with the correct net amount is produced.’
  • 261) ‘Once all the deductions have been made, the net amount is called your taxable estate.’
  • 262) ‘Non-French tax residents are subject to wealth tax only if the net value of their French-sourced assets are worth more than €720,000.’
  • 263) ‘May I suggest contributions per net earnings or even contributions per employee?’
  • 264) ‘Company B would record the net amount retained (the 5 percent service fee) as revenue.’
  • 265) ‘Open interest is the net value of all open positions in one market or contract and portrays the depth of volume that is possible in that market.’
  • 266) ‘It has a 100 per cent capital protection of the net amount invested for a period of six years.’
  • 267) ‘However, the company's net worth is still valued at well over €17 million.’
  • 268) ‘For example, the net balance, which represents the net amount owed, shifts back and forth between parties as goods and services are exchanged.’
  • 269) ‘The major difference between regular income tax and the AMT system is the specifics used in calculating the net amount of taxable income.’
  • 270) ‘Reduce this by the costs and you will find the net value, while it can maintain some livelihoods, will not impact much on our GDP.’
  • 271) ‘The net amount that will be spent is estimated at about R5,8bn this year.’
  • 272) ‘They are only worried about whether he thought the tax had been paid and whether the amount he received was a net amount.’
  • 273) ‘Under the Bill consumers must only be charged on a net weight basis - that is, without any packaging included in the stated weight or price.’
  • 274) ‘The enhanced net weight is partly created by the lack of fungal disease in the plants, since less fungal disease means that the plants need less trimming.’
  • 275) ‘Additionally, tags will have the manufacturer's name and address, as well as the guarantee on the net weight of the feed contained in the bag.’
  • 276) ‘The maximum added weight of approximately 3 percent solution before processing is included in the net weight on the label.’
  • 277) ‘The goods sold under the terms of this licence will be sold by reference to number or by net weight.’
  • 278) ‘Under the experimental conditions, the increase in ELF volume is greater than the apparent net weight gain of the lung.’
  • 279) ‘The net weight loss at the end of two years was modest: 3.5 kg in the intervention group and 0.8 kg in the control group.’
  • 280) ‘The net weight gain over the retired Range Rover is approximately 500 pounds.’
  • 281) ‘After stacking, each palette contains 40 sacks in 8 layers into a net weight of one ton.’
  • 282) ‘The outer leaves were trimmed and then they were reweighed to obtain net weight, which was a lettuce ready for packing for sale.’
  • 283) ‘The owner's orange plastic tag, containing catch site and net weight, is clearly displayed, by law, on top.’
  • 284) ‘The net mass stayed the same, of course, the orbit didn't alter, of course we didn't notice.’
  • 285) ‘To estimate the net mass of the meal, we added the values of expected mass loss before the meal was delivered to the observed mass gain.’
  • 286) ‘The false floor of the box was equipped with a preweighed paper towel so that defecation mass could be svibtracted from preflight mass to obtain net flight mass.’
  • 287) ‘Calculation of net mass gain requires assumptions about the nature, degree, and uniformity of overnight mass loss.’
  • 288) ‘The boys team from Scoil Muire agus Padraig took home the prize for best nett score at the Connacht Schools Golf Championships played at the Ballina Course.’
  • 289) ‘There was an interesting scenario last Saturday with a great prize for the best nett score of three nights and two days and golf at Noosaville with the winner to be present.’
  • 290) ‘Stockley also lifted the Founders Cup for the best nett score when he shot a gross 83 off a handicap of 19.’
  • 291) ‘Darwen then took the President's Trophy with the best aggregate nett score from their four players.’
  • 292) ‘In a handicap competition, the competitor with the lowest net score for the stipulated round or rounds is the winner.’
  • 293) ‘The net effect of these factors is the accumulation of a large foreign debt by the Middle Eastern countries.’
  • 294) ‘If the profit of one division increases with a corresponding decrease to another division the net overall effect is the same for the single entity and hence, the shareholders.’
  • 295) ‘These improvements might be the net effect of two factors: starting treatment at earlier stages of disease, or better treatment for a given stage.’
  • 296) ‘They are the net result of several factors of various signs and amplitudes discussed in Nadelhoffer and Fry and Hogberg.’
  • 297) ‘Analysis of chimeras showed that the net effect of these factors is intrinsic to the liver and may be cell autonomous.’
  • 298) ‘Notice that three of those factors all have the net effect of lowering the density of the air.’
  • 299) ‘The net result is an effective form of currency control as part of Patriot Act II.’
  • 300) ‘The net effect is difficult to estimate, read more here.’
  • 301) ‘Overall, I think the net effect is a positive one.’
  • 302) ‘The net effect is to restore my overall elan and joie-de-vivre, two quantities which are sorely waning at times like these.’
  • 303) ‘But these numbers for job increase do not take into account job losses, and so do not give the net effect.’
  • 304) ‘When inflation was taken into account, he said, the net effect would be less council services for customers.’
  • 305) ‘So, the net effect of keeping exit-poll results off the air for hours is to make election coverage less accurate on average, not more so.’
  • 306) ‘This provision will actually have the net effect of making employees sicker.’
  • 307) ‘The process of restoration proved to be difficult and somewhat complicated but the net result is a remarkable restoration of the banner to its former glory.’
  • 308) ‘The net effect of this political arrangement has been the close dependence of the economic interests of the citizens upon those of the state.’
  • 309) ‘The net result of all these factors is discomfort.’
  • 310) ‘‘The net result of all of these factors is that blanket manufacturing in South Africa is uncompetitive,’ he said.’
  • 311) ‘The net effect of the first three design factors is generally to depress computed Hispanic relative incarceration rates.’
  • 312) ‘These were net effects not attributable to common factors underlying parental monitoring and runaway risk.’
  • 313) ‘The CA president netted the sum less than a fortnight after the US software company issued a profit warning which sent its share price plummeting.’
  • 314) ‘In 1861, the two women had staged a fundraiser that netted the paltry sum of $675.’
  • 315) ‘He also netted pension contributions and other perks of €68,000.’
  • 316) ‘It is not yet known how much funds were netted on the night, but they Aontas Ogra would like to thank sincerely all who sponsored the members.’
  • 317) ‘Projects under Geisinger's infrastructure renewal plan have netted an energy savings of $2.2 million annually.’
  • 318) ‘The pair, who would net tens of millions profit from the sale of their stake at 300p a share, have not yet said whether they would accept an offer.’
  • 319) ‘Income tax receipts also include money netted by the Revenue Commissioners from its special investigations into tax evasion.’
  • 320) ‘Another example is if a bank, after netting payments due to other banks against those due to itself, still owes the other banks.’
  • 321) ‘A starting Lufthansa pilot now nets a base salary of about $50,000 a year, while a veteran can earn up to $140,000.’
  • 322) ‘In recent years, food service, some maintenance and school bus service jobs have been outsourced, netting millions in profits for the giant Aramak and Service Master corporations.’
  • 323) ‘He predicted that the project, which upgrades the jets' avionics, could net huge profits for Aerospace Industrial, provided the aircraft can be sold.’
  • 324) ‘Comper just netted a $6 million profit selling a whack of stock options but he's still sitting on almost two million of them.’
  • 325) ‘Judge Heppel said the defendants were greedy and dishonest, and had netted millions of pounds during the fraud, committed between 1993 and 1996.’
  • 326) ‘A string of visits by Endeavour to Whitby netted millions of pounds for the tourist trade.’
  • 327) ‘The flotation will also net millions for Mr Pratt, chairman Tony O'Brien and other members of the management team who are selling part of their stake.’
  • 328) ‘He then sold the home in Uniondale for $240,000, netting a $24,000 profit.’
  • 329) ‘The University of Bradford has netted millions of pounds' extra cash to recruit more students on new ‘vocational’ degree courses.’
  • 330) ‘He'd then sell it in a few years and net a cool million for himself.’
  • 331) ‘Part of the site of the Battle of the Boyne near Drogheda has been bought by the government for £7.75 million, netting a £5 million profit for its owners.’
  • 332) ‘Several radio stations have changed hands in recent years, netting tens of millions for their shareholders but nothing for the Government.’
  • 333) ‘They sold a five-storey house in central London overlooking St James's Park for £5.7m in 2004, netting them £3.7m profit.’
  • 334) ‘Council chiefs have confirmed the 105-year-old club has approached them to discuss the potential relocation that would net them millions of pounds.’
  • 335) ‘Komarnitski earned third place in the annual Ranan Lurie Political Cartoon Award, netting him prize money of $3000.’
  • 336) ‘His huge stake in Coca-Cola netted him an 800% return.’
  • 337) ‘It is not known whether the Irishmen would sell at 300p, though this would net them a profit of 125 million on their investment.’
  • 338) ‘Working at the local pizza place didn't net him much money so he had to compensate with long hours.’
  • 339) ‘Each one you pick up nets you some money, but there is a much better reason to collect them.’
  • 340) ‘Winning each event nets you prize money or, if you do extremely well, new cars that come as ‘special prizes.’’
  • 341) ‘Last year's salary and bonus netted him $12.6 million, and he cashed stock options worth $115 million.’
  • 342) ‘VIS says the deal struck for State of Emergency film rights with New Line Cinema could net them ‘several million pounds’.’
  • 343) ‘These qualities paid off in April 2000 when O'Brien sold his stake in Esat Telecom to BT, netting himself £175 million.’
  • 344) ‘Corporations and private schools sell their facilities to the public, just as corporations have peddled tests that have netted them millions of dollars.’
  • 345) ‘Three men who masterminded a sophisticated credit card fraud which could have netted them millions were yesterday locked up for a total of 16 years.’
  • 346) ‘Georgine also profited in a separate Ullico stock deal that netted him $6 million.’
  • 347) ‘The flows are netted out for each year, and discounted by the going interest rate.’
  • 348) ‘Competitive tendering as an alternative to negotiated contracts has been shown in a number of contexts to yield cost savings (for a given level of service) before administrative charges are netted out of 20% on average.’
  • 349) ‘If you try to net them down they tell us two things.’
  • 350) ‘The Respondents concluded that such liabilities had not been netted off.’
  • 351) ‘Newsagents say their gross bills have jumped by 30% this month, and that's money that stays with the and network until the returns are netted off.’
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