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  • 161 Rule of thumb — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Rule of thumb es una expresión inglesa que designa un principio de amplia aplicación que no necesariamente es estrictamente preciso ni confiable en cada situación. Es un procedimiento de fácil aprendizaje y… …

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  • 162 rule of doubt — The rule under which the U.S. Copyright Office allows software object code to be deposited in connection with a computer program registration. Under the rule there is an express understanding that doubt exists as to whether the code qualifies for …

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  • 163 Rule 10b-5 disclosure letter — A letter under Rule 10b 5 of the US Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Rule 10b 5 provides that liability in connection with the offering document may arise if material information is omitted or materially misleading information is included. A Rule …

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  • 164 Rule 144A — of the US Securities Act of 1933. This rule provides an exemption from the Act s registration requirements for resales of certain securities in the US to any institution that the seller reasonably believes is a qualified institutional buyer. For… …

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  • 165 Rule 144A offering — USA This term is a bit of a misnomer since Rule 144A applies only to resales of securities and cannot be used by an issuer. However, this term is generally used to refer to an offering that takes two steps: • First, an issuer private placement of …

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  • 166 Rule 701 — USA A rule under the Securities Act that provides a holder of unregistered securities received pursuant to a written compensatory benefit plan may resell those securities in the public markets without registration under the Securities Act. In… …

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  • 167 Rule 12g3-2(b) — USA A rule under the Exchange Act that exempts foreign private issuers from complying with the ongoing periodic filing requirements of the Exchange Act. To qualify for the exemption, a foreign private issuer must: • Be listed on a non US exchange …

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  • 168 rule against accumulations — A principle that prohibits adding income or interest earned by a trust back into the principal of the fund beyond the time allowed by the rule against perpetuities. Dictionary from West s Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005. rule against… …

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  • 169 Rule 10b–5 — / ˌten ˌbē fīv/ n [10b–5 from the section of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 pursuant to which the rule was formulated]: a rule adopted by the Securities and Exchange Commission in furtherance of the Securities Exchange Act that outlaws fraud …

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  • 170 rule of completeness — rule of com·plete·ness: a rule permitting a party to require introduction of the rest of or more of a document or recorded statement that is being used as evidence by the opposing party ◇ The rule of completeness applies when fairness demands… …

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  • 171 rule of thumb —    Rule of thumb means approximately.   (Dorking School Dictionary)    ***    A rule of thumb is a general rule which is a handy way of measuring or calculating something.     As a rule of thumb, use one third vinegar and three thirds oil to make …

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  • 172 rule with a rod of iron — To rule with stern severity • • • Main Entry: ↑iron * * * rule with a rod of iron see ↑rule, 2 • • • Main Entry: ↑rod …

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  • 173 rule with an iron fist/hand, rule with a rod of iron — see ↑rule, 2 • • • Main Entry: ↑iron …

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  • 174 rule with an iron fist/hand — (chiefly US) (or Brit rule with a rod of iron) : to rule a country, area, group, etc., in a very strict and often cruel way The dictator ruled (the island) with an iron fist. • • • Main Entry: ↑ …

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  • 175 Rule, Britannia! — [Rule, Britannia!] a British ↑patriotic song (= one expressing pride in Britain) written in 1740 by Thomas Arne (1710–78) with words by James Thomson (1700–48). Its last words, which most British people know, are: Rule, Britannia! Britannia, rule …

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  • 176 RULE Project — RULE (Run Up to Date Linux Everywhere) is a project that aims to use up to date Linux software on old PCs (5 years old or more), by recompiling and changing some code to recent programs in order to make them use less resources so they can run… …

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  • 177 Rule base — is arranges of rules which control judgement of what it is true and not. It is one of architecture of expert system. It is also called as a name as knowledge base.(This article is described from source of Japanese Wikipedia as an article as… …

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  • 178 rule, britannia, rule the waves — англ. (рул, Британиа, рул зе уэвз) правь, Британия, морями! Толковый словарь иностранных слов Л. П. Крысина. М: Русский язык, 1998 …

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  • 179 Rule of Faith, The — • The word rule (Lat. regula, Gr. kanon) means a standard by which something can be tested, and the rule of faith means something extrinsic to our faith, and serving as its norm or measure Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …

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  • 180 Rule Britannia — es una canción patriotica Británica, originaria del poema de James Thomson y música por Thomas Arne en 1740 Esta Canción empezo a coger fama cuando Gran Bretaña empezo a imperar los mares y a expandirse, En la Actualidad se sigue cantando, es… …

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