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If the charges of service departments are assigned to the production area, these cost allocations will probably be included in a cost pool, and then allocated to goods produced.



Airports and train stations have gates for arrivals and departures.


Service department definition — AccountingTools




Bills the production department for labor and equipment consumed during the maintenance of machinery.








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Specifically, veer implies a major change in direction.








Description: Retire emphasizes absenting oneself or drawing back from a place: to retire from a position in battle.

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Some of the costs of a service department may not be allocated elsewhere, due to cost overages that cannot be passed through to other departments as defined in service agreements that state the costs that can be allocated.
The services provided by a service department are then allocated to the other departments of a business that use these services.

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    depart verb [ I ] formal uk / dɪˈpɑːt / us / dɪˈpɑːrt / B1 to go away or leave, especially on a journey: The plane departs at 6 a.m. The bus for Dallas departs from the Greyhound-Trailways Terminal. More examples Trains for Washington depart on the/every half hour. The train for Cambridge will depart from platform 9.
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    See definition of depart on Dictionary.com verb leave, retreat verb diverge from normal, expected synonyms for depart Compare Synonyms abandon blast off disappear escape evacuate exit go pull out quit remove retire vacate withdraw abdicate absent decamp desert emigrate migrate part perish scram secede split start tergiversate troop vanish beat it
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    [intransitive, transitive] to leave a place, especially to start a trip depart (for…) (from…) Flights for Rome depart from Terminal 3. She waited until the last of the guests had departed. depart something (North American English) The train departed Amritsar at 6.15 p.m. opposite arrive Extra Examples Oxford Collocations Dictionary
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    départ in English : n. departure, leaving, sailing…. click for more detailed English meaning translation, meaning, pronunciation and example sentences.
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    Department (United States Army), corps areas of the U.S. Army prior to World War I. Fire department, a public or private organization that provides emergency firefighting and rescue services. Ministry (government department), a specialized division of a government. Police department, a body empowered by the state to enforce the law.
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