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AS 17 Segment Reporting Why is it required ?
the 2017 Soul in the Compact MPV segment (third consecutive year);
SDL Trados Studio 2009 – Keyboard Shortcuts Editor Menu Action Shortcut Activate Row Active Document Settings Alt+Home Add Comment Ctrl+Shift+N Add New Term Auto-scroll Source Document Browse Change Case Shift+F3 Change tag display mode Ctrl+Alt+D Check Spelling F7 Clear Draft Segments Alt+Shift+Del Clear Selected Tag Formatting Ctrl+Space Clear Tag Formatting Ctrl+Alt+Space Clear Target Segment Alt+Del Close Ctrl+F4 Close All Ctrl+Shift+F4 Comments Concordance Search F3 Concordance Search Confirm and Move to Next Segment Ctrl+Alt+Enter Confirm and Move to Next Unconfirmed Segment Alt+Add Confirmation Statistics Copy All Source to Target Alt+Shift+lns Copy Source to Target Ctrl+lns, Alt+lns Delete All Messages Delete to End of Row Ctrl+D Delete To Next Tag Ctrl+Shift+D Edit Comment External Refresh Ctrl+Shift+R Focus Next Row Alt+Down Focus Previous Row Alt+Up Go To Ctrl+G Go to Next Comment Ctrl+M Go To Next Source Segment Formatting Ctrl+Alt+Right Go to Previous Comment Ctrl+Shift+M Go To Previous Source Segment Formatting Ctrl+Alt+Left In Source In Target Internal Refresh Ctrl+R Lock Segment Ctrl+L Lock Selection Lookup Translations Ctrl+Shift+T Merge Segments Ctrl+Alt+S Messages Move to Next Segment Ctrl+Down Move to Previous Segment Ctrl+Up Open Document Perform Concordance Search Ctrl+Shift+O Enter Preview Protect Tags Quicklnsert Closing Tag Ctrl+OemPeriod QuickPlace Ctrl+Alt+Down, Ctrl+Oemcomma Refresh Filters Reject Segment Ctrl+Shift+Enter Repeat Go To Ctrl+J Reset Filters Restore Tags Ctrl+Shift+G Review or Sign-off Complete Save Ctrl+S Save All Ctrl+Shift+S Save As F12 Save Copy As Save Source As Save Target As Shift+F12 Scroll source to target selection Select All Ctrl+A Select Next Row Alt+Shift+Down Select Next Row Content Ctrl+Shift+Down Select Previous Row Alt+Shift+Up Select Previous Row Content Ctrl+Shift+Up Select Row Alt+Space Show Preview Show Translated Terms Ctrl+Shift+L Show Whitespace Characters Source Concordance Search Ctrl+F3 Split Segment Alt+Shift+T Target Concordance Search Ctrl+Shift+F3 Term Recognition Termbase Search Termbase Viewer Toggle between Source and Target F6 Toggle formatting tag display Ctrl+Shift+H Translation Results Verify F8 View Default Ctrl+Shift+D View Internally Default Ctrl+E View Internally Source Ctrl+Q View Internally Source and Target View Internally Target Ctrl+K View Source Ctrl+Shift+Y View Source and Target Ctrl+Shift+B View Target Ctrl+Shift+P Compiled by Claudia Alvis - All copyrights belong to SDL International and the respective owners.
Queue 1* (mandatory - taken from worksheet "TA main data") NO changes allowed in this column Queue 2 Section Perfect Queue Settings Options 1 Instructions column Define in the COLUMNS (E - K) the queues which are to be saved as default queues for common scenarios 1,1 1,2 GDS Queue Name Amadeus / Galileo / Sabre / Apollo Name for the Queue 1.3 GDS Office Code/ID* The OID / PCC 1.4 PNRQ* The Queue Number 1.5 PNRQCAT The Queue Category 2 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 Usage of the Queue - General Use as default copy For all Bookings For all changed Bookings For all canceled Bookings For all Bookings to be approved For all pre-approved Bookings For all approved Bookings For all not approved Bookings (rejected bookings) This is the default queue, which is used for RP change in Amadeus cytric T&E booking flow Taken from TA main data page Default Queue Taken from TA main data page Taken from TA main data page Taken from TA main data page Nothing is selected by default Default Queue To be selected Y/N (if this selected Y other fields are not available) To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N First additional queueing flow Queue 3 Queue 4 AMADEUS Cytric AMADEUS Cytric AMADEUS Cytric GVAC22139 GVAC22139 Queue 2 Select applicable flows from Y GVAC22139 20 20 20 1 2 3 Queue 3 Select applicable flows from Queue 4 Select applicable flows from 2.8 2.9 For all bookings with Pending Approval (for preapproved and to be approved Approval System) For all passive Bookings To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N 2.10 For all bookings with active segments (no passive segment in the PNR) To be selected Y/N 2.11 If a booking with an issued ticket has been canceled on the ticketing date (Auto VOID) To be selected Y/N 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 If a Booking contains a Message to the Travel Agency or the Vendor If a Booking is booked after Agency Hours If a Booking is put on hold If a Booking on Hold is confirmed If a Booking on Hold is canceled If a booking is booked Out-of-Policy 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 AIR If a Booking contains Air Segments If a booking contains Flight VDA Segments If a Booking contains DynaWeb(tm) Air Segments If a Booking contains a selected Ticket Credit If a Booking contains Wait-listed Air Segments If a booking contains pending segments For all bookings containing a Oneway Flight For all bookings containing a Roundtrip Flight To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N Y To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N Nothing is selected by default To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N - default scopeTo be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N 3.9 For all bookings containing a Company Fare 3.10 3.12 To be selected Y/N For all bookings containing a SAS TPC Fare For all bookings containing an AF Carte d'Abonnement Fare To be selected Y/N For all bookings resulting from a Multi Segment Requests To be selected Y/N 3.13 Accepted Air Option 3.11 Y To be selected Y/N Default Queue Queue 2 Queue 3 Queue 4 Y Y 3.14 3.15 3.16 3.17 3.18 3.19 3.20 If an Air Option has been declined If a Trip Request with Air Options has been removed completely If a GDS Booking contains a chargeable seat reservation If a GDS Booking contains additional baggage If a GDS Booking contains ancillaries If a GDS Booking contains a ticket change To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N To be selected Y/N - and value and currency to be provided in XX If a Booking contains a Fare higher than XX <currency>
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For example, you could segment your list so that anyone who spent at least $100 in the last year would be included in a specific broadcast.
Most ID segments fold, at least partially, upon complex formation [17,20], although in some cases functions of proteins have been related to the particular properties of the ID segment .
A-1- The circle and the AB line segment are contiguous in C and D.
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TERRELL DAVIS 0:00 - 2:00 - Show Introduction By Host 2:00 - 14:00 - Host / Talent Introductry Banter - Broncos - Seahawks Preview 14:00 - 16:00 - BREAK 1 16:00 - 30:00 - Featured Topic / Storyline - Segment 1 - Football Upbringing / UGA / Latching on in the NFL 30:00 - 32:00 - BREAK 2 32:00 - 44:00 - Featured Topic / Storyline - Segment 2 - Super Bowl XXXII, Super Bowl XXXIII 44:00 - 46:00 - BREAK 3 46:00 - 55:00 - 10 Questions With … (User Generated Questions) 55:00 - 58:30 - Host / Talent Close 58:30 - 60:00 - Host Sign Off 60:00 - 60:00 - SIGN OFF INDIVIDUAL SHOW OUTLINE - COMPELLING FIGURES:
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Quarterly report q1 to 31 March 2014 31 March 2014 2 BMW Group in figures 2 BMW Group in figures Combined Management Report 4 General Information Report on Economic 5 Position 18 Events after the End of the Reporting Period 19 Report on Outlook, Risks and Opportunities 23 BMW Stock and Capital Markets 24 Group Financial Statements 24 Income Statements for Group and Segments 24 Statement of Comprehensive Income for Group 26 Balance Sheets for Group and Segments 28 Cash Flow Statements for Group and Segments 30 Group Statement of Changes in Equity 32 Notes to the Group Financial Statements 4 50 Other Information 50 Financial Calendar 51 Contacts 1st quarter 2014 1st quarter 2013 Change in % Automotive segment Sales volume BMW 1 units 428,259 381,404 12.3 MINI units 57,868 66,154 – 12.5 Rolls-Royce units Total 897 642 39.7 487,024 448,200 8.7 Production BMW 2 units 461,096 410,926 12.2 MINI units 57,674 70,449 – 18.1 Rolls-Royce units 1,154 787 46.6 519,924 482,162 7.8 Total Motorcycles segment Sales volume BMW units 28,719 24,732 3 16.1 units 38,649 35,221 4 9.7 Production BMW Financial Services segment New contracts with retail customers 348,072 340,328 2.3 111,378 106,470 4.6 Workforce to 31 March 5 BMW Group Financial figures Operating cash flow Automotive segment € million 2,132 Revenues 1,971 7 8.2 € million 18,235 17,546 3.9 Automotive € million 16,559 15,907 4.1 Motorcycles € million 472 436 8.3 Financial Services € million 4,890 4,830 1.2 Other Entities € million 2 1 – Eliminations € million – 3,688 – 3,628 – 1.7 € million 2,090 2,038 7 Automotive € million 1,580 1,580 7 Motorcycles € million 64 51 Financial Services € million 465 450 3.3 Other Entities € million 10 17 – 41.2 Eliminations € million – 29 Profit before tax Profit before financial result (EBIT) – 60 7 2.6 – 25.5 51.7 € million 2,166 2,003 Automotive € million 1,643 1,516 8.4 Motorcycles € million 63 50 26.0 Financial Services € million 460 449 2.4 Other Entities € million 57 67 – 14.9 Eliminations € million – 57 – 79 27.8 Income taxes € million – 704 – 691 – 1.9 Net profit € million 1,462 1,312 11.4 € 2.22 / 2.22 1.99 / 1.99 11.6 / 11.6 Earnings per share6 1 8.1 Including the joint venture BMW Brilliance Automotive Ltd., Shenyang (2013:
Contract Functions - Market / Competitor Best Practices regular benchmarking (internal reports objectives de nition / leadership by priorities ) - Execute the company’s marketing plans towards the B2B segments, M&E and Corporate (Bookers, Travel Intermediaries and Travel Managers of Key accounts or Small and medium companies) conjointly with B2B Manager - Support on further development of what NH Hotel Group’s value proposition should be in each segment in close cooperation with Trade Marketing, B2B Digital Sale and Marketing Experience Dept.
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Any player arriving after the second segment of the third quarter of the game shall not play.
We say that B is invisible from a point O 6∈ B, any ray with the vertex at O there exists a billiard trajectory emanating from O with a finite number of segments such that the first segment (adjoining O) and the last (infinite) segment belong to the ray (see Fig.
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Two windows are displayed side by side, each with a scroll bar at the bottom containing a thumb (scroll box) that corresponds to the length and position of that window’s displayed segment within the overall waveform.
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