Adverse

  • 121adverse opinion — An opinion letter accompanying audited financial statements in which the CPA reports that the financial statements do not fairly present the financial position or the results of operations in conformity with GAAP. American Banker Glossary An… …

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  • 122adverse, averse —    Occasionally confused. Averse means reluctant or disinclined (think of aversion). Adverse means hostile and antagonistic (think of adversary) …

    Dictionary of troublesome word

  • 123adverse 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 ground navigational aids …

    Aviation dictionary

  • 124adverse weather — Weather in which flight operations are generally restricted or suspended. Flight in such weather is not recommended. Elements of adverse weather are generally precipitation; clouds, especially those with vertical development; storms; low… …

    Aviation dictionary

  • 125adverse reaction — neigiama gyvūno reakcija statusas Aprobuotas sritis veterinariniai vaistai apibrėžtis Neigiamas ir nenumatytas gyvūno organizmo atsakas į veterinarinį vaistą naudojant jį įprastomis dozėmis. atitikmenys: angl. adverse reaction vok. Nebenwirkung… …

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  • 126adverse climatic event — pavojingas meteorologinis reiškinys statusas Aprobuotas sritis hidrometeorologija apibrėžtis Meteorologinis reiškinys, kaip antai šalna, speigas, audra, kruša, ledėjimas, smarkus lietus arba didelė sausra, kuris gali būti prilyginamas gaivalinei… …

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  • 127adverse action — /ˌædvɜ:s ækʃən/ noun a decision which has unfavourable consequences for employees ● The new bonus system was considered adverse action by underachievers in the organisation …

    Dictionary of banking and finance

  • 128adverse enjoyment — The use of air easement under a claim of right. See adverse possession …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 129adverse possession — An actual and visible appropriation of property commenced and continued under a claim of right inconsistent with arid hostile to the claim of another. An open and notorious possession and occupation of real property under an evident claim or… …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 130adverse use — See adverse user …

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  • 131adverse event — An unexpected medical problem that happens during treatment with a drug or other therapy. Adverse events do not have to be caused by the drug or therapy, and they may be mild, moderate, or severe …

    English dictionary of cancer terms

  • 132adverse weather — Weather in which military operations are generally restricted or impeded. See also marginal weather …

    Military dictionary

  • 133adverse selection — Insurance. the process of singling out potential customers who are considered higher risks than the average. Also called antiselection. * * * …

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  • 134adverse party — noun The opposing party in a lawsuit under an adversary system of law; adversary …

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  • 135adverse possession — noun A means of acquiring title to anothers real property without compensation by occupying the property in a manner that is actual, open and notorious, exclusive, hostile, under cover of claim or right, and continuous for a certain number of… …

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  • 136adverse effect — noun Side effect, especially a negative one in pharmacology. Ant: desired effect …

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  • 137adverse impact — noun The rejection for employment, placement, or promotion of a significantly higher percentage of a protected class, when compared with a non protected class …

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  • 138adverse Selektion — Gegenauslese; Negativauslese; Antiselektion (bei Lebensversicherungen); negative Risikoauslese …

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  • 139Adverse selection — A situation in which market participation is a negative signal. The New York Times Financial Glossary …

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  • 140adverse selection — Refers to a situation in which sellers have relevant information that buyers lack (or vice versa) about some aspect of product quality. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary …

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