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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2S] of the second type, almost or exactly cylindrically symmetrical relatively to the axis passing through the Earth's orbit center, and almost or exactly perpendicular to its plane.
The ChamberIR Model E4 infrared heater focuses high-density infrared energy generated by T3-style halogen lamps onto a cylindrically shaped target area.
These are each set at about 18 kV to 20 kV and the combined system is cylindrically symmetric about an axis normal to the MCP.
The Exide NASCAR(R) XLT Performance Series products consist of a full line of premium automotive batteries, including Exide's conventional and cylindrically wound technologies.
Though not energetic enough to make nitrogen glow, these gamma rays do induce a cylindrically shaped stream of charged secondary particles that induce a flash when they strike the plastic scintillators.
Abelsky's project, "Analysis of Cylindrically Confined Diblock Copolymers and Gold Nanocomposites for Metamaterials", delved into the world of J.
More roughly, we consider the topography of the steel sheet 2 as a series of cylindrically shaped anfractuosities or pores, of various radii R and depths L, as shown Fig.
Also we tried to consider the cylindrically shaped particles that are moving with the speed of light (close to a photon, see [3]).
Three cylindrically symmetric electrodes maintain the electric fields of the spectrometer with the central electrode at [approximately equal to]30 kV and the end electrodes at ground.
The Model TPB/USB combination extruder strip building machines are designed to apply both rubber and thermoplastic elastomers in strip form to cylindrically shaped objects.
The cylindrically shaped Neptune is the newest addition to the Discovery Collection.
Researchers had observed that pairs of cylindrically shaped ice crystals often join point to center to form T-shaped aggregates.