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Scale

Payment of different rates of interest on CDs of varying maturities. A bank is said to "post a scale." Commercial paper dealers also post scales.
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Scale

The range of prices at which an underwriter offers to place with investors a serial bond, where the individual bonds have different maturities.
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scale

The schedule of yields (or prices) at which a serial bond issue is offered to the public by the underwriter. The schedule reflects yields at the various maturities being offered. Also called offering scale. See also inverted scale, preliminary scale.
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scale

The relationship between measurements on a plan or map and the dimensions of the physical object represented.One inch might represent 10 feet or 10 miles.Topographic maps contain two scales,one for distance and one for change in elevation.

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Motor assessment scale for stroke patients concurrent validity and interrater reliability.
Univariate analysis revealed that admission walking speed, Modified Elderly Mobility Scale score, Motor Assessment Scale Items 1 to 5, the motor component of the Functional Independence Measure, Functional Independence Measure, and Timed Up and Go predicted discharge walking speed.
Brauer S, Bew P, Kuys S, Lynch M and Morrison G (2008): Prediction of discharge destination after stroke using the motor assessment scale on admission: a prospective, multisite study.
As an indication of the severity of their stroke, their mean score was 3.0 points (SD 1.7) on Item 3 (Sitting Balance) of the Motor Assessment Scale. Initially, passive dorsiflexion of the affected ankle was 15 degrees (SD 9), compared with 12 degrees (SD 11) on the intact ankle.
1975); the Motor Assessment Scale (MAS) upper limb sections (Williams et al.
A Mann-Whitney U test (significance level ??= 0.05) was used to analyse differences in severity of pain between circuit class therapy and individual therapy and differences between groups at baseline in Item 6 Motor Assessment Scale scores.
Participants were then divided into two groups according to walking ability based on their scores on Item 5 of the Motor Assessment Scale. Participants who scored 3 or 4 were grouped as having low walking ability, and those who scored 5 or 6, high walking ability.
Carr J, Shepherd R, Nordholm L, Lynne D (1985) Investigation of a new motor assessment scale for stroke patients.
There was no significant difference between groups in the change from admission to discharge for the patient outcome measures of EuroQol Questionnaire, Functional Independence Measure, Functional Reach Test, 10 m Walk Test, Timed Up and Go Test, or Motor Assessment Scale (Table 2).