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Increase in the
of a firm through
, acquisitions, and/or mergers.
of certain assets (such as
, liquor, livestock, and timber) due to passage of time, and which can be turned into
(realized) only upon eventual
area due to the permanent retreat of the high-water mark of a water
by river, stream, or sea waters. See also
net present val...
net fixed asset...
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