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Composition

Voluntary arrangement to restructure a firm's debt, under which payment is reduced.

Composition

The securities in a portfolio or fund, organized according to type. For example, the composition of a portfolio may be 60% stocks and 40% bonds.
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Rpt6 is compositionally categorical from the other five Rpt subunits, most significantly in its pore loop area.
Compositionally, the drawings do not touch the edges, appearing to float like sculptures on the paper.
Compositionally, it is reminiscent of a Matisse painting.
The photographs are heroic and compositionally extraordinary; the films are epic.
Compositionally this section is at one with the facade, as the palette shifts from deep blue through parched brown and on to pale blue and white as one ascends the steps.
"Why are these two similar-looking and similar-sized craters, so near to each other, so compositionally distinct?" asked Will Grundy, New Horizons Composition team lead from Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Beginning in 2015, the Beethovenfest is commissioning a new work each year and specifying that it refer back compositionally to one by Beethoven.
Compositionally rich, his works, whether sculptures or decorative vessels, transfer some of the painting trends of his time from canvas to glazed ceramic, giving three-dimensionality to concepts that his contemporary viewers might have been used to seeing flat.
He told The Associated Press Thursday in an interview: "Compositionally, purely compositionally, I don't think they should have lost that case.'' He added: " 'Got to Give it Up' is clearly a blues structure, ('Blurred Lines') isn't at all.''
"Perhaps the foundation for atopic development in childhood is associated with a compositionally distinct and highly dysfunctional neonatal gut."
"The only thing we ever know for sure with every Filter project is that we approach it with a text, and a strong musical angle - compositionally and in terms of sound design.
These ratios are known to vary throughout the solar system, but their close similarity between Earth and Moon conflicted with theoretical models of the collision that indicated that the Moon would form mostly from Theia, and thus would be expected to be compositionally different from the Earth.