flat scale

Flat scale

The pattern for new issues where shorter- and longer-term yields display very little difference over the bond's maturity range.

flat scale

A municipal bond offering in which similar yields are available at all the various maturities.
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As from December 4, a new system of SDLT - stamp duty - applies to residential property which introduces payments on a graduated scale, similar to that seen with payments of income tax, rather than on a flat scale payable on the full purchase price.
The flat scale pan on the ZQ375 Checkweigher makes it easy to place different shaped products on the scales and still get an accurate weight.
The seca 634 flat scale with mobile display was selected for the weightlifting events.
From that, Burnap progressed to the trombone, having been taught the B Flat Scale by the school caretaker.
In any case, the other side of the coin emerges at the opposite end of the record, with a hiatus interrupting the upward rush of the E flat scale before the sounding of the final note - a maddening habit among Baroque players that seems to have no historical justification.
Last year, Bank Sohar contributed towards the purchase of five special vital signs monitors, four flat scales with cabled remote display and four portable stadiometres.
Last year Bank Sohar contributed towards the purchase of five special vital signs monitors, four flat scales with cabled remote display and four portable studio-meters.
Studies of the beetle's body, head and legs have revealed long, flat scales, one 200th of a millimetre thick, which have random internal structures.