Definition of Ascertainments

1. Noun. (plural of ascertainment) ¹



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Definition of Ascertainments

1. ascertainment [n] - See also: ascertainment

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ascertainments

ascent
ascents
ascerbate
ascerbated
ascerbates
ascerbating
ascertain
ascertainable
ascertainableness
ascertainably
ascertained
ascertainer
ascertainers
ascertaining
ascertainment
ascertainments (current term)
ascertains
asceses
ascesis
ascetic
ascetical
ascetically
asceticism
asceticisms
ascetick
ascetics
ascham
aschamalmite
aschams
aschelminth

Literary usage of Ascertainments

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1. Report of the State Water Commission of California by California State Water Commission (1917)
"ascertainments AND ADJUDICATIONS. A Matter of Much Importance That Will Be Furthered by the Passage of Amendments to the Present Act. The Water Commission ..."

2. Report of the State Water Commission of California by Charles David Marx, William Arthur Johnstone, Albert Edward Chandler, Charles Hamilton Lee, California State Water Commission, California (1917)
"ascertainments AND ADJUDICATIONS. A Matter of Much Importance That Will Be Furthered by the Passage of Amendments to the Present Act. The Water Commission ..."

3. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1906)
"Belief was denied therein, for the reason that what was contemplated as to ascertainments and joinder had not been done." And again, page 754 (95 Fed. ..."

4. Abstract of Labour Statistics by Great Britain Board of Trade (1903)
"The ascertained prices are largely used in regulating changes of wages under Sliding Scales, tyc."] * Mean of two ascertainments made by the employers' ..."

5. The Adjustment of Wages: A Study in the Coal and Iron Industries of Great by William James Ashley (1903)
"Let their ascertainments be as complete as possible. Let them show all that affects the cost of production. ..."

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