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Definition of Overheads

Overhead
Overhead O`ver*head", adv. Aloft; above; in or attached to the ceiling or roof; in the story or upon the floor above; in the zenith. While overhead the moon Sits arbitress. --Milton. Note: Also used adjectively; as, an overhead crane, gear, etc. Overhead engine, a vertical steam engine in which the cylinder stands above the crank. Overhead work, a general term in manufactories for countershafting and gearing, when overhead.

Meaning of Overheads from wikipedia

- overhead expense refers to an ongoing expense of operating a business. Overheads are the expenditure which cannot be conveniently traced to or identified...
- project), subtract all costs, including a fair share of total corporate overheads, from the gross revenues or turnover. Net profit = sales revenue − total...
- just the costs of materials and labour, but also of all manufacturing overheads (whether ‘fixed’ or ‘variable’). The cost of each cost center can be direct...
- is: (Head Office overheads + profit) ÷ 100 x contract sum ÷ period in w****s x delay in w****s Where Head Office is head office overheads and profits percentage...
- operating correctly. In fact, there are many overheads accounted for in throughput in addition to transmission overheads, including latency, TCP Receive Window...
- contracts.[opinion] Variations A maximum percentage for the Contractor’s overheads and profit is nominated in Schedule 1 of the contract and is applied to...
- Test Environment Management (TEM) is a function in the software delivery process which aids the software testing cycle by providing a validated, stable...
- message p****ing is essentially a subroutine call, but with three added overheads: dynamic memory allocation, parameter copying, and dynamic dispatch. Obtaining...
- Life-cycle costing Basic cost elements are: Material Labour Expenses and other overheads The materials directly contributed to a product and those easily identifiable...
- In foreign exchange market, synthetic currency pair or synthetic cross currency pair is an artificial currency pair which generally is not available in...
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