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  • 181 event horizon — n. A major turning point; a point of no return. Example Citation: As we sit on the brink of this event horizon for equity markets, you should ask whether this black hole we are entering will deliver us to a new dimension where bulls run freely,… …

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  • 182 Event-driven finite state machine — In computation, a finite state machine (FSM) is event driven if the creator of the FSM intends to think of the machine as consuming events or messages. This is in contrast to the parsing theory origins of the term finite state machine where the… …

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  • 183 Event Driven Language — The IBM Series/1 Event Driven Language (EDL) was a computer language created for the Series/1 Event Driven Executive (EDX) operating system. The output was machine code for IBM Series/3 or Series/7, and interpreted on Series/1 by an emulator …

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  • 184 Event program — A program with respect to events such as theater performances, fêtes, sports events, etc., is a printed leaflet outlining the parts of the event scheduled to take place, principal performers and background information. In the case of theatrical… …

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  • 185 Event movies — An event movie is a film whose release itself is considered a major event, such as an antipated sequel or a big budget film with major stars generating considerable attention …

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  • 186 Event History Analysis — Ereigniszeitanalyse ist eine statistische Analyse, bei der die Zeit bis zu einem bestimmten Ereignis ( time to event ) zwischen zwei oder mehr Gruppen verglichen wird, um die Wirkung von prognostischen Faktoren, medizinischer Behandlung oder… …

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  • 187 event after the balance Sheet date — A *material *event that can potentially affect *financial statements despite its occurrence after a *balance sheet date. An event of this type may lead to *disclosure in the notes that accompany financial statements, or to adjustments to… …

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  • 188 event sponsorship — /ɪ vent ˌspɒnsəʃɪp/ noun a promotional deal by which a company sponsors a particular event such as a concert, sporting event, or other activity, on a regular basis …

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  • 189 event causing injury — As the expression is used in an accident insurance policy covering disability immediately following the event causing the injury, the event is not the injury itself but it is the accidental means by which the effect on the body the injury is… …

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  • 190 event template — A guide for collection planning. The event template depicts the named areas of interest where activity, or its lack of activity, will indicate which course of action the adversary has adopted. See also activity; area of interest; collection… …

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  • 191 Event (particle physics) — An event in particle physics describes one set of particle interactions occurring in a brief span of time, typically recorded together. At modern particle accelerators this refers to the interactions that occur as a result of one beam crossing… …

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  • 192 Event (UML) — In the Unified Modeling Language, an event is a notable occurrence at a particular point in time. Events can, but do not necessarily, cause state transitions from one state to another in state machines represented by state machine diagrams. A… …

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  • 193 Event planning and production — #REDIRECT Event planningR from merge …

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  • 194 Event Tree — Die Ereignisbaumanalyse (englisch Event Tree Analysis) ist ein induktives Verfahren, welches mögliche Folgen eines auftretenden Fehlers bestimmen soll. Sie ist eine Art der Systemanalyse und als Qualitätsmethode in der DIN 25419 beschrieben.… …

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  • 195 Event Tree Analysis — Die Ereignisbaumanalyse (englisch Event Tree Analysis) ist ein induktives Verfahren, welches mögliche Folgen eines auftretenden Fehlers bestimmen soll. Sie ist eine Art der Systemanalyse und als Qualitätsmethode in der DIN 25419 beschrieben.… …

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

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  • 197 Event Risk — 1. The risk due to unforeseen events partaken by or associated with a company. 2. The risk associated with a changing portfolio value due to large swings in market prices. Also referred to as jump risk or fat tails . 1. Unforeseen corporate… …

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  • 198 event driven — In the context of hedge funds, a style of management that combines many different types of hedge fund investing such as merger arbitrage, distressed securities and high yield investing, in conjunction with an important event that is supposed to… …

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  • 199 event of default — A critical clause in a loan agreement, the breaching of which will make the loan repayable immediately. The breaching of any covenant clause will be an event of default. Events of default also include failure to pay, failure to perform other… …

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  • 200 event of default — In a loan agreement, a specified occurrence that will make the loan repayable immediately. The breaching of any covenant clause will be an event of default. Events of default also include failure to pay, failure to perform other duties and… …

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