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How do you record long-term assets?

Long-Term Assets, aka Fixed Assets are recorded on the Balance Sheet under PP&E or Property, Plant, & Equipment. For Example, a truck purchased for use in a business for the a (MORE)

How long are terms?

If you are in the United States, then four years. A president can only serve two terms, which is eight years. Hope I cleared up :)
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How long is the term for a state governor?

In New Hampshire and Vermont, the governor serves 2-year terms. For all other US states, the term is 4 years.
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In Osmosis

What is osmosis in terms of water potential?

The net movement of water molecules from a region of high water potential to a region of low water potential across a permeable membrane
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How long does it take a potential employer to call?

The amount of time that it takes a potential employer to call  varies from employer to employer. Some call quickly within days,  and some may take up to a week or even a bit (MORE)

What group is least likely to be concerned about potential long-term side effects of genetically modified food?

People who are not informed or do not delve deeply into researching GMO foods are least likely to be concerned about the potential long-term effects of these foods.
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