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  • 61 Fixed rope — is the practice of fixing in place bolted ropes to assist climbers and walkers in exposed mountain locations. They are used widely on American and European climbing routes but disdained by purist mountaineers. Many guided expeditions to any of… …

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  • 62 Fixed-Mobile Convergence Alliance — formed in mid 2004, operates under a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and benefits from a growing membership base of 25 leading telecom operators, 24 of which are integrated telecom operators owning both fixed and mobile networks. The alliance… …

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  • 63 Fixed dose combination (antiretroviral) — Fixed dose combinations of antiretrovirals are multiple antiretroviral drugs combined into a single pill, which helps reduce pill burden. They may combine different classes of antiretrovirals or contain only a single class. Licensed fixed dose… …

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  • 64 Fixed Mobile Convergence — (Abk.: FMC) ist ein Begriff aus der Telekommunikation und beschreibt das Zusammenwachsen (Konvergenz) von Fest und Mobilfunknetzen. Hauptmerkmale von FMC sind Endgeräte Mobilität Dienste Mobilität persönliche Mobilität Die Endgeräte Mobilität… …

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  • 65 Fixed first visit — Fixed First Visits sind alle Beanstandungen, die beim ersten Werkstattbesuch nachhaltig erfolgreich behoben wurden. Fixed First Visit (FFV) wird als Kennzahl verwendet, um die Werkstattqualität anzugeben. FFV wird vermehrt in der Automobilbranche …

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  • 66 Fixed — est l album de remix du mini album Broken de Nine Inch Nails. Fixed signifie en anglais réparé, répondant donc au titre Broken (cassé). Le premier pressage du disque était limité à environ 60000 copies, mais face à son succès, le disque a été re… …

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  • 67 fixed-point — [fikst′point′] adj. designating, of, or having to do with a system of arithmetic, used esp. in computer science, having its numbers expressed with a given, fixed decimal or binary point * * * fixed point (fĭkstʹpoint ) adj. Of, relating to, or… …

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  • 68 fixed rate mortgage — see mortgage Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. fixed rate mortgage …

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  • 69 fixed assets — index immovable Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 fixed assets n. The property …

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  • 70 fixed rate preference shares — Shares issued wholly for new consideration with no conversion rights or rights to acquire further shares or securities, which carry dividends of a fixed amount or fixed rate per cent of the nominal value. The dividends (plus any amount paid on… …

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  • 71 fixed-share partner — A partner who is entitled to a fixed share of partnership profits and, depending on the terms of any partnership agreement, may not be required to contribute to partnership losses. Fixed share partners may also have more limited voting rights… …

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  • 72 fixed charge coverage ratio — USA The ratio of EBITDA to interest expense and scheduled principal payments on debt for borrowed money. Fixed charges may also include rent payments, required dividends and capital expenditures. This financial ratio measures the company s… …

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  • 73 fixed salary — (fixed )salary n. An agreed upon amount of money in exchange for services that may be set at a fixed hourly rate, but that is usually figured on a yearly basis and does not vary with the amount of goods the employer sells. See also commission.… …

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  • 74 fixed fee — ➔ fee * * * fixed fee UK US noun [C] ► FLAT FEE(Cf. ↑flat fee) …

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  • 75 fixed annuity — UK US noun [C] (also fixed rate annuity) INSURANCE ► an annuity (= contract someone agrees with an insurance company to be paid an amount of money regularly) for which the payment amount remains the same for the period of the annuity: »At the… …

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  • 76 fixed telephone — UK US noun [C] (also fixed phone) ► COMMUNICATIONS a phone that is connected to other phones or to a computer by wires: »Many households no longer have a fixed telephone line, a trend that is growing all over Europe. → Compare MOBILE PHONE(Cf.… …

    Financial and business terms

  • 77 fixed amount option — n: installments for a fixed amount option at option 4 Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 78 fixed period option — n: installments for a fixed period option at option 4 Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

    Law dictionary

  • 79 fixed rate — n: a rate (as of interest) that stays the same a mortgage with a fixed rate Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 80 fixed asset — fixed assets N COUNT Fixed assets are assets which a company uses on a continuous basis, such as property and machinery. [BUSINESS] Investment in fixed assets is an important vehicle for ensuring that the latest technology is available to… …

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