Add On Interest
Add On Interest: Add on interest is a method of charging interest. Interest is computed on the total amount borrowed and added on to the principal. Each payment is then deducted from this total amount. Inter . . . View Full Definition
Online Service: A business that provides its subscribers with a wide variety of data transmitted over telecommunications lines. Online services provide an infrastructure in which subscribers can communicate . . . View Full Definition
Online Photo Printer: A company that receives digital photos uploaded to its Web site, prints them, then sends the prints back by mail or courier.
Online Medical Control: When taking care of a patient in the field, paramedics must sometimes communicate with a physician.
Online Brokerage Firm: To buy and sell securities online, you set up an account with an online brokerage firm. The firm executes your orders and confirms them electronically. When the markets are open, the turnaro . . . View Full Definition
Online Classes: Online classes meet via computer, through an online learning management system, like WebCT. Online students log in to attend class. There they access course lectures, receive assignments, an . . . View Full Definition
Online Trading: If you trade online, you use a computer and an Internet connection to place your buy and sell orders with an online brokerage firm. While the orders you give online are executed immediately . . . View Full Definition
Onomastic: Related to names. For instance, a character's name might contain an onomastic symbol--if that character is named Faith (as in 'Young Goodman Brown') or Lucy Westenra (which means 'the light . . . View Full Definition
Onside Kick: A play in which the kicking team tries to recover the kicked ball.
Ontario: Developed in 1908 at the N.Y. Research Station, it is now used sparingly as a white tablegrape because of its strong American labruscana flavor. It in turn was derived from the Winchell and . . . View Full Definition