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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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Compositionally Graded Aluminum Oxide Coatings on Stainless Steel Using Laser Processing, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 90, (2007), 1989-1991, ISSN: 0002-7820
Photographically and compositionally the top five photos were very strong, he said.
The book is theoretically rich, without being compositionally obtuse, and the diversity of figures and topics covered strikes an illuminating balance between subjects that have received extensive scholarly treatment and those that will likely be new to most academic readers.
The predicates with the clitic la (such as farla 'prevail upon someone cunningly or defecate', raccontada 'to tell long boring stories or deceive, be suspicious', dada 'of women, have sex easily', pensarla 'have ah opinion on something') have a higher degree of idiomatization despite the fact that the new meaning can be obtained compositionally when la is related, at the conceptual level, to a feminine NP, such as una cosa 'a thing'.
Compositionally similar to Self-Portrait/Pervert, it contrasts the purity of a nursing child with the artist's tattoos and still visibly scarred chest.
The bio-polyester polyhydroxybutyrate-valerate (PHBV) has been shown to comply compositionally with the EU Plastics Directive (2002/72/EC) and now can be lawfully used within Europe in food-contact articles.
Wide-bandgap topics include optoelectronics and electronic materials (including fabrication and characterization of ultraviolet light emitting devices with nanometer scale compositionally inhomogeneous active regions and time-resolved photoluminescence of wideband gap semiconductor devices), and materials, devices and sensors.
It helps to improve the durability of TBCs as well since TBC performance essentially depends on the life of bond coatings (7-9) and hence necessitates compositionally optimized bond coatings.
We want to do more stuff that is collaborative compositionally in the future, because on the occasions we have done that, everything sounds really great.
Given that the two products are compositionally distinctive and different, Thanadophilus would have a fighting chance of prevailing and permanently stifling Necrodophilus from making such claims and pirating ("borrowing") their data (as achieved by Pharmanex in 1999 against another entity that was pirating Pharmanex' red yeast rice data).
No other specialist moisturising cream is as compositionally 'pure' as DermaSalve, therefore minimising the risk of skin irritation to such a degree.