Definition of Offtakes
1. offtake [n] - See also: offtake
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Literary usage of Offtakes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Demand for Public Storage of Wheat in Pakistan by Thomas C. Pinckney (1989)
"Since the pattern of offtakes took on a much more marked seasonal pattern ... Over the 11 years in the table, offtakes per capita have averaged slightly ..."
2. The Irrigation Age by American Irrigation Federation (1896)
"In continuation of the weir are two regulators for the channel offtakes, one on the east and one on the west. These are of similar construction to the weir ..."
3. The Changing Public Role in a Rice Economy Approaching Self-Sufficiency: The by Francesco Goletti (1994)
"While in the most of the public supply in Bangladesh Table 7—Elasticities of rice and wheat prices with respect to offtakes and procurement Notes: offtakes ..."
4. The Hydrogenation of Oils, Catalyzers Nad Catalysis and the Eneration of by Carleton Ellis (1919)
"139/i. also provide an insulating tube in the interior of the water intakes and gas offtakes. The gases rising from the electrodes and entering the gas ..."
5. Employment for Poverty Reduction and Food Securityby Joachim Von Braun by Joachim Von Braun (1995)
"... program concerns 8 3.1 Trend in foodgrain offtakes under the food-for-work program 51 3.2 Seasonal pattern of foodgrain offtakes under the food-for-work ..."