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With $400 a day coming in, and a very small outgo for expenses, the chums were making money hand over fist.
The new outgo must be distributed evenly over the entire volume of traffic thereafter handled.
And then, finally, how about the large item of capital cost, the proportion of outgo for fixed charges?
We have seen that approximately two-thirds of the outgo is incurred on behalf of the property as a whole.
The first step in constructing a tariff, therefore, is to separate these two portions of the variable outgo.
Two-thirds of the cost of this, or twenty cents, would not cease as outgo, were this business abandoned.
To secure the service of a horse, there must be an outgo of wealth in its purchase price and in its harness and the vehicle.
USURYCALVIN ELLIOTT
When it is all outgo and no come-in the meal tub pretty soon gets empty.
But the outgo of this activity should do more than merely reduce pressure, as the escape of steam from a safety valve.
TRAINING THE TEACHERA. F. SCHAUFFLER
The outgo is to be put down to the expense account of the whole year, and the main purpose is to have a good time.
VILLAGE LIFE IN CHINAARTHUR H. SMITH

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