Definition of Prorations

1. Noun. (plural of proration) ¹



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Definition of Prorations

1. proration [n] - See also: proration

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prorations

propylitizations
propylketobemidone
propylon
propylons
propyls
propylthiouracil
propyne
propyphenazone
propædeutic
proratable
prorate
prorated
prorates
prorating
proration
prorations (current term)
prore
prorector
prorectorate
prorectorates
prorectors
proreform
prorenin
prores
proresearch
prorhinal
prorogate
prorogated
prorogates
prorogating

Literary usage of Prorations

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1. Applied Mechanical Arithmetic as Practiced on the Comptometer by Felt & Tarrant Manufacturing Company (1914)
"INTERLINE—Continued Proving Foregoing prorations by SO. PACIFIC RAILROAD. The So. Pac. receives the statement of prorations showing: Lines East, 25% NYC. ..."

2. Magazine of Natural History (1832)
"... of a central fire, which they prorations in science, had calculated that the cornet of 1680 was, at its perihelion, 2000 times hotter than red-hot iron. ..."

3. Installing Management in Woodworking Plants by Carle Muzzy Bigelow (1920)
"Inasmuch as the material, being largely wood, is a more or less variable quantity, and of necessity introduces the use of certain factors and prorations, ..."

4. Aircraft Production: Hearings, Sixty-fifth Congress, Second Session (1918)
"M Research expense not applicable to Liberty piston production 38.478 M Other overhead prorations 2936.«-' Total $2o«. 2S4.7t 4. ..."

5. Crop Insurance: Opportunities Exist To Reduce Government Costs For Private by DIANE Publishing Company (1997)
"... based on similar prorations. The difference between reported and adjusted expense figures in these tables are the adjustments we made, as explained in ..."

6. Drugs, Crime, and the Justice System (1992)
"... the in public juvenile detention facilities between 1987 and 1989 was monotonie and the prorations between the years produces accurate figures for 1988. ..."

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