Open book


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Open book

Open Book

A situation in which a bank's liabilities have a shorter term (on average) than its assets. This indicates that it may not be able to meet its obligations when the time comes. It is also called an unmatched book or a short book.
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Today, The Open Book Foundation is announcing additional book awards for Alexandria City Public Schools.
Also sharing a clip of him, Anupam said, "Lot of people say that my life is an open book but sometimes you have to write a book for people to open it and go through your life."
We have an open book and everybody is plugging into that book.
It depicts Peter Pan and Tinkerbell reaching out and touching a star over an open book.
'We shall adopt an open book approach with the appointment of an international engineering consulting firm that possesses the necessary experience and track record in assessing tunnelling works around the world, and as such, be in the best position to re-examine where savings can be derived,' the firm said in a statement.
Summary: The Open Book has touched a chord with so many people, from every continent, that it's booked through 2021
Renewed attention has been paid to open book management (OBM) as a management style due to the essence of this style in terms of managerial practices.
Without mentioning any name, Aquino proceeded to say that the official's certification on forensics was reportedly earned after merely watching a one hour-thirty minute video and answering an online 'open book' exam.
ISLAMABAD -- National Book Foundation (NBF) will open book shops in various universities to provide affordable books to students.
Open Book Ontario selected one book from each of Canada's main-line publishers to promote Canadian History.
FATHERSON - OPEN BOOK HHHH H THREE-PIECE Glaswegian band, Fatherson set out their stall early on their second album.
Literary nonprofit publisher Milkweed Editions has announced that it plans to open a bookstore in the Open Book building complex, which is dedicated to the literary arts, in downtown Minneapolis in late June this year, book trade magazine Publishers Weekly revealed on Tuesday.