Cylinder

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Cylinder

A series of two transactions involving derivatives in which there is no initial cost to the investor. A common example of a cylinder is the sale of one derivative and the use of the proceeds to buy another. It is similar to a positive carry, but does not necessarily involve offsetting positions.
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Assuming a given cylindric constraint system C the syntax of the CCP Agents is given by the following grammar:
The only exception was a single fossil from the outcrop on Saanajarvi's eastern shore, where brownish shale was pierced by a cylindric burrow 12 mm long and 3 mm in diameter, filled with fine crystal pyrite (Fig.
The liquid manure was collected in a manure collection canal and pumped into the cylindric manure storage pit, open at the top, every 2 weeks.
Spores: White in deposit, cylindric to allantoid, smooth, 5-7 X 1.
Plant more than 5 cm tall; strobili cylindric and on branching slender stalks or sessile Lycopodiaceae (Diphasiastrum)
s Multi-Service In-Building Wireless Communications Solution utilizes a patented antenna technology, the RADIAX antenna system, which provides a cylindric radiation pattern for improved coverage.
5 cm apart, yellowish-green, cylindric, erect, slightly lepidote.
If we consider the structure of hydraulic trace for a distributor with cylindric spool-valve, in maximum speed assumption, respective lower pressure, appears near to minimal section of trace from the adjusting slit area.
Description: Trunk often subterranean, cylindric or flask-shaped,
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The effects of this multiaxial loading on lifetime and fatigue properties of different materials is investigated by material tests on cylindric specimen with diameters from 5 to 7,5mm, partly manufactured directly from parts and components to be analysed in order to additionally cover fatigue effects caused by the history of the material/component (i.
Calyx lobes l-4(-5), or lacking, variable in size, persistent; corolla sympetalous, urceolate, cylindric, or campanulate, the lobes [+ or -] small, usually persistent.