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Cover

The amount above UNITY of a debt service ratio.

Short Cover

The act of buying a security one has previously sold short in order to close a position. In order to make a profit on a short cover, one must buy the security at a price less than the price at which one sold it. It is also simply called a cover.

cover

cover

see DIVIDEND COVER, INTEREST COVER.
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ANP MAKE SURE YOU REFER TO TB 1-1520-248-20-84 FOR ALL COVERS.
Germinal Casado appeared on our cover in his work Bhakti.
Insurers whose sales and distribution are highly dependent on agents and brokers will have to cover those third parties in independent testing programs.
These procedures (and compliance) seemingly cover all of a firm's members, because they include employees, which could include other professionals (e.
Treasury and IRS officials have informally stated that this provision is meant to cover only advice that unequivocally tells a client not to engage in a transaction.
Chemical attack on covers is dependent on a number of things, only one of which is compatibility of the cover type and material with the prevalent chemical environment.
Every time you dedicate your cover to a musician or actor (which is about half the time, by my count), you send a message to young, would-be-black novelists and short story writers that even a magazine dedicated to black books reveres its recording artists more than its writers," wrote Ms.
Covers protect the pool from wear and tear, limit the amount of debris that gets into the water and block the sun, which can prevent algae blooms from forming.
ISBN: 0-933887-76-0 (ARMA) Soft cover, English, 128 pages, 1998 Catalog No.
The framed covers will adorn the hallway in the entrance of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley.
Delinquent writers, poor-quality photographs, great works that don't make great covers, not to mention the inevitable accidents of timing and context (i.