Restricted Surplus: A portion of retained earnings not allowed by law to be used for the payment of dividends.
Surplus: The amount that remains when an insurer subtracts its liabilities and capital from its assets.
Statutory Surplus: A merger in which one corporation remains as a legal entity, instead of a new legal entity being formed.
Restricted Travel Dates: A specified period of time when certain rates, fees, and taxes may apply that are not used during regular business times.
Surplus Funds: An individual or corporation that guarantees the performance or actions of another.
Restricted-Use Pesticides: A pesticide may be classified for restricted use if it requires special handling because of its toxicity. These may be applied only by trained, certified applicators or those under their dir . . . View Full Definition
Surplus Income: This means the amount of money which you have left over when you subtract necessary expenditure from your income.
Unrestricted Fare: An airfare that has no special advance purchase, saturday stay or certain days to travel requirements, and is usually refundable. Many full coach and most first-class fares are unrestricted.
Unrestricted: Refers to a free-standing grain which burns on all surfaces. This method leaves the chamber wall unprotected by propellant and is therefore seldom used.
Trade Deficit Or Surplus: Accounts payable.
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Fragrance: The sensation of the gases released from ground coffee as they are inhaled through the nose. Ranges from sweetly floral to sweetly spicy.