### Table 4. The annual probability of failure with the toe support not in place Rainfall intensity Annual probability Annual conditional Annual probability

### Table 1. Pairs of Performances for the experiments. Performers: (i) The Beatles. (ii) London Festival Orchestra, Cond.: Henry Adolph. (iii) London Festival Orchestra, Cond.: Alberto Lizzio. (iv) Camerata Academica, Cond.: Alfred Scholz. (v) Slovak Phil- harmonic Orchestra, Cond.: Libor Pesek. (vi) London Philharmonic Orchestra, Cond.: Alfred Scholz.

### Table 10 Annual profit figures for all cases studied Annual Profits

2005

"... In PAGE 8: ...able 9 Annual profit calculation for the base case scenarios.......................................... 60 Table10 Annual profit figures for all cases studied.... In PAGE 62: ... However, this strategy can be useful under environments where some value added activities take place during the staging operation such as labeling or consolidation, which requires packages to be staged for longer durations. Table10 presents the profit calculations for scenarios considered under different conditions. All dimensions presented in Table 10 are in feet.... In PAGE 62: ... Table 10 presents the profit calculations for scenarios considered under different conditions. All dimensions presented in Table10 are in feet. Table 10 Annual profit figures for all cases studied Annual Profits ... ..."

### Table 4: Descriptise Statistics Series Annualized Annualized Skewness Kurtosis

2001

"... In PAGE 20: ... It is the essential input for predictions of out of sample losses, see de Haan, Jansen, Koedijk and de Vries (1994). In Table4 we report some descriptive statistics. The mean return and standard error of the returns have been annualized because the magnitude in the high frequency returns is typically very small (for the daily return... ..."

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### Table 3. Annual Actual Violations out of Annual Potential Violations (annual average per site) for Government

2004

"... In PAGE 5: ...ebsites 1997-2002 (continued) .............................................................................. 39 Table3 . Annual Actual Violations out of Annual Potential Violations (annual average per site) for Government Websites .... ..."

### Table 4. Annual Actual Violations out of Annual Potential Violations (annual average per site) for Random Websites

2004

"... In PAGE 5: ...ite) for Government Websites ................................................................................. 41 Table4 . Annual Actual Violations out of Annual Potential Violations (annual average per site) for Random Websites.... ..."

### Table 5. Global Annual Emissions

in general

"... In PAGE 7: ... 3. Emissions [27] Estimated present-day global annual emissions are listed in Table5 . Emissions for NOx, CO, isoprene, propane, alkanes, alkenes, and acetone follow those given by Mickley et al.... ..."

### Table 7. Annual Actual Violations of Annual Potential Violations (annual average per site) for Education Websites.

2004

"... In PAGE 5: ...ebsites 1997-2002 (continued) .............................................................................. 56 Table7 . Annual Actual Violations of Annual Potential Violations (annual average per site) for Education Websites.... In PAGE 57: ... 57 Table7 shows the total annual violations of the Priority 1 checkpoints, as well as the total number of potential violations for that year. Also included is the number of average violations per site.... ..."

### Table 2: Annual Mileage Estimates

"... In PAGE 3: ...Swaffham and Thetford. Table2 illustrates the total annual mileage if engines were based at the MOD establishments, and the percentage increase in total mileage when compared with the optimal locations identified in Table 1. Consequently the model illustrated that the proposed basing at Military Establishments was likely to be ineffi- cient, with expected travel distances for the 4-depot model almost twice that for the optimal basing.... ..."