Production of a chemical for the purposes of the CWC is defined as its formation through chemical reaction. Production of chemicals specified by the CWC is declarable, even if produced as intermediates and irrespective of whether or not they are isolated.
For CWC purposes, is defined as the formation of a chemical through chemical reaction. Production of chemicals specified by the CWC is declarable, even if produced as intermediates and irrespective of whether or not they are isolated.
Taking the completed design through the process of becoming a finished product. Production includes outputting a file to film or providing it electronically to the printer, overseeing the selection of paper, checking the blueline and other press proofs, and arranging for delivery. Production can also refer to fulfilling the repetitive tasks associated with larger projects, like book layout, or processing quantities of images, where emphasis is on volume and quality more than creativity.
Use for those having the ultimate administrative and financial responsibility for a moving image work. Use for the executive supervisor, clearly distinct from the director, who often secures money for the project, purchases the film script, hires the director, primary actors, and artists. May include assistant producer, associate producer, executive producer, casting director, or production manager. For a producer of animation, use Animation.
Production is the actual shooting of the film. Also known as 'principal photography', cast and crew formally map and shoot scenes. In order to do this, they weave individual talents into a single, functioning entity, in order to create a core concentration of footage for editing.
That which is produced, yielded, or made, whether naturally, or by the application of intelligence and labor; as, the productions of the earth; the productions of handicraft; the productions of intellect or genius.
Estimate of annual pounds of human food chain organisms harvested for human consumption through all activities, including commercial, recreational, and subsistence fishing. Often times, production can be determined from harvest, catch, or commercial landings data, if the reported data refer only to human food chain organisms.
(1) The amount of oil or gas produced in a given period. (2) That phase of an energy related industry which deals with bringing the formation fluids to the surface and preparing the product for pipeline or other transportation.
The operation of bringing the well fluids to the surface and separating them, and storing, gauging, and otherwise preparing product for the pipeline. Also refers to the amount of oil or gas produced over a given period.
Natural resources, such as oil or gas, taken out of the ground.- Gross production: Total production before deducting royalties.- Net production: Gross production, minus royalties, multiplied by oneâ€™s fractional working interest.
the phase of the petroleum industry that deals with bringing the well fluids and gas to the surface and separating them and with storing, gauging and otherwise preparing the product for the pipeline. Also, the amount of oil or gas produced in a given period.
oil and gas yielded from drilling and pumping activities. Gross production: the total oil and gas produced from a field. Net production: the companyâ€™s share of production based on its ownership interest, or the terms of a production sharing contract.
The amount of oil and natural gas that is recovered from an underground reserve and prepared for delivery to the market. Gross production â€“ the total production before deductions and adjustments for working interest. Net production â€“ the amount of overall production once working interest is taken into account.
1. Gross production, the actual rate of incorporation of energy or organic matter by an individual, population or tropic unit per unit of area or volume. 2. Net production, that part of assimilated energy converted into biomass through growth and reproduction by an individual, population or tropic unit, per unit time per unit area or volume.
Drugs can be produced from natural occurring substances, such as heroin from opium, or synthetically manufactured in laboratories, as with ‘ecstasy'. (See Drugs: Synthetic drugs and their chemical precursors)
The process of creating or changing the form of commodities, as through fabrication, manufacture, extraction, processing, curing, or aging. See also Commodity; Consumption; Industrial Revolution; Primary Commodity; Profit; Tariff Escalation; Technology; Welfare.
The conversion of materials and or assembly of components to manufacture goods, products or services. The total quantity of goods manufactured or to be manufactured in a particular period of time expressed in quantitative or financial terms. (The term manufacturing is often used specifically for physical operations resulting in a product).
a) The process of converting raw materials by fabrication into required material. Production also includes the functions of production scheduling, inspection, Quality Control, and related processes. b) The processes and procedures designed to transform a set of input Elements into a specified output element. c) Work done to produce the hardware or End Items of a contract requiring manufacturing effort. d) A term used to describe the manufacture of hardware and a system after a Development phase has been completed. www.sceaonline.net Keyword(s): Production
The literal work of transforming a concept into a reality. Taking the required photos, creating illustrations and charts, retouching images, and other aspects of the finished piece. Usually requires the creation of a layout, into which all the other elements are combined.
the second stage of video production where the activities of the actual videotaping occurs. Creating a set, adjusting lights, monitoring sounds, and operating the video camera are some of the activities during the production stage.
refers to the stage of exploitation at which hydrocarbons are produced from a discovery on an on-going basis, intended to be continuous until the reservoir is fully exploited; pre-production being the stage before full production, during which hydrocarbons are produced intermittently to test reservoir characteristics and optimal production methods.
Title 34 specifies "...fish produced to adulthood..." when defining natural production. Consistent with the AFRP, CAMP measures production by estimating the number of adult fish on individual watersheds and system-wide. For CAMP purposes, production is synonymous with population.
n. (L. producere, to produce) the weight of new organic material formed over a period of time, plus any losses during that time period. Losses may be due to respiration, excretion, secretion, injury, death, or grazing.
The working process of putting together media content to make a finished media product. Production techniques include editing transitions, design, style, color, placement in the frame or on a page, scripting, printing, broadcast engineering, etc.
A document or article used as evidence in court. Cf. label. Queen's Counsel A senior member of the Faculty of Advocates, a silk, a senior. Ratio decidendi The underlying principle of law in a particular decision.
This is a rally car class for basically show-room stock vehicles with smaller displacement engines. Vehicles in this class are usually two-wheel drive, and non-turbo charged. (also see Open, Group 5, Group 2, and Production GT) - BOTTOM - CLOSE
Taking content as provided and creating web pages that will ultimately be viewed online. This involves formatting text, adding or laying out graphics or images, applying templates, creating links to other web pages, ensuring usability and accessibility, and all other steps necessary to prepare content for publication.
The property of an origin which produces a trip for a particular activity. This is usually a function of the population at the origin. For example, a household production for two adults and one child might be one trip per week for groceries, two trips per day for work, three trips per six months to see a dentist, and so on. Interactions between an origin and a center are estimated bases on how much of an origin's production will be attracted to a particular center.
A fully documented system, built according to the SDLC, fully tested, with full functionality, accompanied by training and training materials, and with no restrictions on its distribution or duration of use.
AKA: In Production, Production Date In the movie industry, this term refers to the phase of movie making during which principal photography occurs. Popularly, however, "production" means the entire movie project. See also pre-production and post-production.
Current world production of gem diamonds is about 30 million carats (6,000 kg) of cut and polished stones annually, and over 100 million carats (20,000 kg) of diamonds are sold for industrial use each year. In 2003, this constituted total production of nearly US$9 billion in value.
the term used to describe the retrieval of archives from storage for research use. Archives may not be fit for production if they are damaged or fragile. Individual files, volumes, boxes or documents may be treated as 'producible units' by a repository.