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Horizon

The length of time an investment is intended to last, usually expressed in years. Having a horizon helps an investor set his/her short-term and long-term investment plans. See also: Horizon analysis, Horizon return.

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Five hundred years ago Christopher Columbus gazed across these horizonless waters, plotting his voyage to the Canary Islands and then west, on to the fabled golden citadels of Asia - or so he believed.
"Joining things" is the horizonless way (dao) of healing the wound of existence.--Hershock (2005, p.
On gravitational aspect, the horizonless solutions and spacetime with conical singularity have been investigated in gravitating electromagnetic field background (see [7, 8, 29-49] and references therein).
The show included several photographs taken at locations near here land meets water, including a somewhat disorienting, horizonless view of Cape Reinga on the northwest coast of New Zealand that is a lush rejoinder to Frederick Sommer's 1940s pictures of the Arizona desert.
Legitimate concerns persist about the strategic efficacy and moral hazards offered up by the nation's horizonless War on Terror, including how much it is really going to cost and how it should, in justice, be paid for and in justice executed.
live in an acoustic, horizonless, boundless, olfactory space, rather than in visual space....
To swim to Wallace Stevens's Key West, which is shoreless, horizonless. Blackheath Hill becomes Auden's Bristol Street, an occasion for wonder and lament.
Rather they give rise to horizonless metrics (see Figure 2) and cannot probe distances smaller than [[LAMBDA].sub.C].
But it would also be apt to claim for the photographs--small, largely horizonless images of cloud formations--the relevance of orientation: The images posit a potentially rotating camera eye.
Point of view is consistently peculiar in all three works: In each case, we see a single horizonless frame extracted from what feels like a panning sweep.