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glide path

glide path  n.— «The stock portions you see on the chart show you what you’d get if you bought now, and they also give you a good idea how the lineup will change in the years ahead.…The managers reserve the right to tinker with that...

dibby-dibby

dibby-dibby  adj.— «Admonitions against short skirts and flashy jewelry, or “dibby dibby” (sexually loose) styles are not merely prescriptions against casual or sloppy appearances.» —by Carla Freeman High Tech and...

oil spot

oil spot  n.— «Establish hamlets in groups, spreading the oil spot from the rich and populated areas outward. Give equal stress to the economy and the living standard of the population and the security factor.» —“Viet Premier Outlines...

microclimate

microclimate  n.— «We didn’t expect to see what I call “microclimates” in spending. Historically, companies in Europe have spent one-third of what U.S. companies spent; U.S. companies were putting money out for innovation and...

soli

soli  n.— «This reliance stems from economic issues. If the economy improves, media houses will earn more revenue; with more revenue, media houses can increase journalists’ pay; increased pay will decrease the reliance on transportation...

mini-job

mini-job  n.— «Then there’s the prospect of a “mini-job,” also known as a one euro job. As of January 1, the long-term unemployed will begin to be offered work of up to 30 hours a week carrying out some sort of socially...

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