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Line of Credit

An agreement between a bank and a company or an individual to provide a certain amount in loans on demand from the borrower. The borrower is under no obligation to actually take out a loan at any particular time, but may take part of the funds at any time over a period of several years. This agreement is fairly common in situations in which a business must make payroll but does not always have the operating income to do so, especially when its operating income is seasonal or otherwise varies from month to month. It is also called open-end credit or a revolving line of credit. See also: Credit Card.


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Military small arms training, munitions testing, and munitions disposal all occurred in the J3 Range from 1935 through the late 1990 s.
The technological advancements in manufacturing small arms are expected to further reduce the weapon cost.
The number of countries exporting at least USD 100M of small arms per year increased to 14 from 12 in 2010.
Paul's grandfather remarked that there was always "a bit of an edge" working at Small Arms, but added that the job was done well.
Given the large scale of illegal trade of light and small arms and considering the problems stemming from it, no country can counter this issue alone and therefore international cooperation is a key factor in this regard, Ale-Habib said at the Second Review Conference of the UN Program of Action on Small Arms and Light Weapons on Tuesday.
This is also the case for the multilateral instruments combatting illicit SALW Since the end of the Cold War the SALW class of weapons has been recognized as a major global threat to human security States have agreed to several regional and global instruments to combat the proliferation and misuse of SALW, most notably the 2001 UN Programme of Action on small arms and light weapons.
Controlling the spread of small arms and light weapons is, however, extremely difficult for a number of reasons.
The trade of small and light weapons is worth an estimated $4 billion annually, according to the Small Arms Survey, a Geneva-based research project.
The criminals small arms fire was ineffective and there were no US soldier or Iraqi security force casualties in the attack.
The initiative responds to the agreement between the CARICOM Foreign Ministers and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on March 22, 2006 calling for a partnership against the illicit trafficking in small arms and light weapons and reaffirmed during the U.
Pejsa is an expert in ballistics and draws upon his more than fifty years of experience and expertise to write "New Exact Small Arms Ballistics: The Source Book For Riflemen.
Cambodia destroyed about 2,400 small arms Thursday with help from the Japanese government in a joint project that began in 2003.

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