A document, which legally transfers ownership of property from one party to another, most commonly.
A legal document which records the obligation of one individual to pay a specified sum to another.
A document allowing beneficiaries to vary the gifts specified in someone's will even after the.
Discharging a battery to 20 percent or less of its full charge capacity.
In the context of a rights issue, the issue of shares at a price much lower than the current.
An option is deep in-the-money when it is so far in-the-money that it is unlikely to go.
Used to describe an option that is unlikely to go into-the-money prior to.
A kind of winch, which is applied for deep sea-bed material sampling, and performing the benthonic organism trawl survey.
Any bulk, bagged or other type of cargo stowed in single hold ships.
Refers to the shape of a boat's (usually power boat) hull. A deep V hull is usually good at cutting through rough waves at high speeds.
The line to which a vessel is submerged with a full cargo on board.
A decrease in the central pressure of a pressure system. Usually applied to a low rather than to a high.
Failure by a debtor to meet the terms of a loan either by not paying interest due or not repaying.
The process of rendering a contract or deed null and void following a specified.
Securities which are considered to be more stable in price in a market where prices are.
The shares of companies that are well-positioned to withstand recession, usually because the goods.
A term used in permanent health insurance which refers to a period, prior to payment by the.
Also known as income drawdown and flexible pension. See 'personal pension.
A Letter of Credit payable at a future determinable date in which a term Bill of Exchange is not required to evidence the maturity date. (see Acceptance Credit).
Discount of the freight.
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