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Composition

Voluntary arrangement to restructure a firm's debt, under which payment is reduced.

Composition

The securities in a portfolio or fund, organized according to type. For example, the composition of a portfolio may be 60% stocks and 40% bonds.
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23] rely on the hypothesis that noncompositional MWEs tend to be syntactically more fixed than compositional MWEs, while [27] assumes that lexical association correlates with non-compositionality.
The biographical part of the book ends by depicting the two changes of direction in Skalkottas' compositional techniques: his return to tonality from 1947 until mid-1949, and his return to strict twelve-tone music during the last months of his life (p.
Keywords: compositional grading, initial hydrocarbon in place, gas injection, field development, reservoir simulation
Paris marked the next step in Copland's compositional development, and, as Murchison explains in chapter 2, "Boulanger and Compositional Maturity," it is here that he grew from an eager young student to a mature composer.
Alternative novel processing of the barrels by laser cladding or Plasma Transferred Arc (PTA) deposition, to produce compositional gradients along their lengths, especially in twin-screw barrel configuration.
Parent and Dafir (1992) applied compositional data analysis (Aitchison, 1986) to tissue diagnosis using the centered log ratio (clr) transformation in their Compositional Nutrient Diagnosis (CND-clr) approach.
The important third chapter, "Reclaiming process: Towards a compositional method" begins by "clarifying different ways in which the intentional core of apparently controlled self-expression is constantly engaging with, or allowing space for, other kinds of meaning of which it is not fully aware" (59).
As Lepore and Ludwig (L and L) explain in their introduction, a compositional meaning theory is only part of a complete theory of meaning.
Hogland addresses the use of metaphor, tone, rhetorical and compositional strategies in a thoroughly 'reader friendly' manner that is as inherently fascinating as it is informed and informative.
They would discuss compositional methods that biblical authors used, including the use of hyperbole.
This sense of fleeting perspective and depth--of compositional paradox--pervades the formal elements of Sullivan's projected films: Past and present coalesce as figures appear simultaneously in different period dress (indeed, one film depicts a nineteenth-century sailing venture); the wrenched shadows of film noir gently turn into the flat color tones and decor of '70s cinema; whole scenes are set literally adrift in Sullivan's poetic dissolves, her camera seemingly moving left and right at once.
Some rays, called compositional rays, are bright because they are made of aluminum-rich highland rock debris.