Reverse Leveraged Buyout
Reverse Leveraged Buyout: Bringing back into publicly traded status a company that had been privatized by way of a leveraged buyout.
Reverse Overlap: ('reverse overlap grip') probably the most common grip used for putting - a method of placing the hands on the club such that the index finger of the top hand rests on top of the fingers of . . . View Full Definition
Reverse Pitch: Angling of the thumbhole backward so the tip of the thumb is extended away from the palm. It is used to help the thumb exit the hole sooner; although very common and generally desirable, too . . . View Full Definition
Reverse Pivot: (also 'reverse weight transfer, reverse weight shift') when the weight is on the front foot (closest to the target) on the backswing and the rear foot (farthest from the target) on the downs . . . View Full Definition
Reverse Price Risk: A type of mortgage pipeline risk that occurs when a lender commits to sell loans to an investor at rates prevailing at the time of mortgage application but sets the note rates when the borro . . . View Full Definition
Reverse Osmosis: Solvent molecules flow spontaneously from a dilute solution through a semipermeable membrane to a more concentrated solution (osmosis). In reverse osmosis, pressure is applied to the more co . . . View Full Definition
Reverse Merger: In a reverse merger, a privately held company purchases a publicly held company and, as part of the new entity, becomes public without an initial public offering (IPO). Itís described as rev . . . View Full Definition
Reverse Fault: A fault with vertical movement and an inclined fault plane. The block above the fault has moved upwards relative to the block below the fault.
Reverse Index: An index of keywords which stores records of matching documents that contain those keywords.
Reverse Leverage: Occurs when the interest on borrowings exceeds the return on investment of the funds that were borrowed.
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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.