Adverse

  • 101adverse possession — Law. the open and exclusive occupation and use of someone else s real property without permission of the owner continuously for a period of years prescribed by law, thereafter giving title to the occupier user. * * * In Anglo American property… …

    Universalium

  • 102Adverse Action — An action that denies an individual or business credit, employment, insurance or other benefits. An adverse action is generally taken by a business or government based on a criminal past or information found in credit reports. Adverse action is… …

    Investment dictionary

  • 103Adverse Opinion — A professional opinion made by an auditor indicating that a company s financial statements are misrepresented, misstated, and do not accurately reflect its financial performance and health. Adverse opinions are usually given after an auditor s… …

    Investment dictionary

  • 104adverse opinion — An accounting term used in connection with the issuance of audited financial statements. An adverse opinion states that the entity s financial statements do not present fairly the financial position, results of operations, and changes in… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 105adverse opinion — An accounting term used in connection with the issuance of audited financial statements. An adverse opinion states that the entity s financial statements do not present fairly the financial position, results of operations, and changes in… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 106adverse claim — As respects adverse possession, a claim to possession which is hostile to the true owner. In mining law, a formal assertion of an adverse claimant made under oath and filed in the United States land office pending an application for a patent.… …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 107Adverse pressure gradient — An adverse pressure gradient occurs when the static pressure increases in the direction of the flow. This is important for boundary layers, since increasing the fluid pressure is akin to increasing the potential energy of the fluid, leading to a… …

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  • 108adverse yaw — A flight condition in which the nose of an aircraft starts to move in the direction opposite to that in which the turn is initiated. The downward deflected aileron, in this case, produces greater induced drag, which results in adverse yaw.… …

    Aviation dictionary

  • 109adverse interest — The adverse interest of a witness, so as to permit cross examination by the party calling him, must be so involved in the event of the suit that a legal right or liability will be acquired, lost, or materially affected by the judgment, and must… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 110adverse witness — A witness who gives evidence on a material matter prejudicial to the party then examining him. Commonly used to describe a witness whose testimony is prejudicial or unfavorable to the party who called him and as a result, such witness may be… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 111adverse interest — The adverse interest of a witness, so as to permit cross examination by the party calling him, must be so involved in the event of the suit that a legal right or liability will be acquired, lost, or materially affected by the judgment, and must… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 112adverse witness — A witness who gives evidence on a material matter prejudicial to the party then examining him. Commonly used to describe a witness whose testimony is prejudicial or unfavorable to the party who called him and as a result, such witness may be… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 113adverse user — A continuous arid exclusive user as of right for as long as the prescriptive period. 25 Am J1st High § 12. A use against the owner of the servient tenement as distinguished from a use under such owner. Zolfinger v Frank, 110 Utah 514, 175 P2d 714 …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 114adverse weather aerial delivery system — The precise delivery of personnel, equipment, and supplies during adverse weather, using a self contained aircraft instrumentation system without artificial ground assistance or the use of ground navigational aids. Also called AWADS …

    Military dictionary

  • 115Adverse Events — Flou artistique (Dr House) Épisode de Dr House Flou artistique Titre original Adverse Events Épisode Saison 5 Épisode 3 Scénariste(s) Réalisateur Dia …

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  • 116adverse selection — noun The process by which the price and quantity of goods or services in a given market is altered due to one party having information that the other party cannot have at reasonable cost. It is adverse selection that leads US workers who… …

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  • 117adverse witness — noun A witness called on behalf of an adverse party. Syn: hostile witness …

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  • 118Adverse effect — A harmful or abnormal result. An adverse effect may be caused by exposure to a chemical and be indicated by an untoward result such as by illness or death …

    Medical dictionary

  • 119Adverse event — In pharmacology, an adverse event is any unexpected or dangerous reaction to a drug …

    Medical dictionary

  • 120Adverse Selection — 1. The tendency of those in dangerous jobs or high risk lifestyles to get life insurance. 2. A situation where sellers have information that buyers don t (or vice versa) about some aspect of product quality. 1. In order to fight adverse selection …

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