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Cash

The value of assets that can be converted into cash immediately, as reported by a company. Usually includes bank accounts and marketable securities, such as government bonds and banker's acceptances. Cash equivalents on balance sheets include securities that mature within 90 days (e.g., notes).

Cash

Physical currency printed on banknotes and coins. Cash may be exchanged for goods or services because it is legal tender in the country or region recognizing it. See also: Cash and cash equivalents.

cash

Coins and currency on hand and in checking account balances. Because cash is a nonearning asset, firms usually attempt to keep their cash balances to the minimum level required to sustain operations.

cash

see CURRENCY.

cash

see CURRENCY.
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i] represents the value of the COD of component i, and the sum total of the COD values of all components gives the COD of the mixture (wastewater):
5) Trends in cod and cod-like imports by country for several major importing nations and,
Ian McLanchlin fished the Gun Pits in Cleadon's match taking two cod for 7lb 11oz - the best 6lb 2oz.
Breathing circuit complete respirator Oxi 104200 cod.
Expert Emilie Erktan said: "Environmental concerns may be one factor behind the lower overall cod consumption.
However, Cresswell Carrs was a good spot for Davy Dodds who landed a cod of 8lb using ragworm.
The partners will not be able to exclude their share of the COD income if they are solvent, even though the partnership may be insolvent.
The researchers estimated Scotian shelf cod stocks of 150 years ago from data on the time that each ship in the Beverly fleet was at sea, the amount of gear used, and the area that each schooner fished.
Somerfield, 10, cod fish fingers, cod fillet fingers coated in breadcrumbs, pounds 1.
Once thought of as a resource without end, fishermen are finally bumping up against limits in the world's cod stocks (see "A Run on the Banks," feature, March/April 2001).
Can shareholders in the S corporation increase the basis of their stock by the amount of their share of COD income?
Cod has never been one of the glamorous denizens of the ocean.