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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Open Book could launch Fatherson into the big league.
Paul's Ruminator Books' satellite bookstore, located on the ground floor of the three-story Open Book complex and adjacent to the Coffee Gallery cafe.
The aim of this paper is to point out observations that the results of a random walk on G, combined with the results on open book decompositions and closed braids, lead to various interesting and non-trivial properties on random open books and closed braids.
In developing our approach to open book management, Zingerman's learned a lot from "The Great Game of Business" by Jack Stack and the training organization that grew out of it.
An open book test teaches students how to find information when they need it.
According to media reports, the ECP rejected Maulana's plea and maintained the decision of allotting open book as election symbol to JUI-F.
Through employee ownership and open book management, we have a highly engaged work force working at top form.
In September 2011 the Book Lounge launched its first annual literary festival, Open Book Cape Town.
5 tons, resembles an open book symbolizing "the open book of martyrdom" and the continuing martyrdom in defense of Syria, adding that the names of 82 martyrs from Sweida have been carved on the sculpture.
Adult literacy in a new era; reflections from the Open Book.
Both the written and spoken word is embodied in its form, with the seat reflecting an open book and spoken language, and the tip of the Chair reminiscent of the nib of a quill or pen and the written language.
The family asked Abbey Memorials of South Shields to install an open book design measuring 24x18x4in.