Urban Growth Boundary

Business / Agriculture / Urban Growth Boundary: An agreed-upon line that allows development and urban-type services on one side and retains open space, agriculture, and other less intense uses on the other. These lines typically are set by local government at a place that can encompass many years of development at anticipated rates on one side.
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Other Words for Boundary

Boundary Noun Synonyms: border(s), limit(s), frontier(s), bound(s), confines, perimeter

Other Words for Growth

Growth Noun Synonyms: advance, advancement, success, improvement, expansion, rise, progress
Growth Verb Synonyms: development, evolution, evolvement, cultivation, nurturing, increase, expansion, broadening, extension, enlargement, spread, proliferation, flowering

Net Present Value Of Growth Opportunities

Business / Finance / Net Present Value Of Growth Opportunities: A model valuing a firm in which net present value of new investment opportunities is explicitly examined. MORE

Marine Boundary

Science / Tides and Currents / Marine Boundary: The mean lower low water line (MLLWL) when used as a boundary. Also, lines used as boundaries seaward of and measured from (or points thereon) the MLLWL. See coastal boundary. MORE

Nondisturbance Clause

Business / Real Estate / Nondisturbance Clause: An agreement where the mortgagee agrees to honor a tenants lease in the event that the mortgage is foreclosed. MORE

Phase Boundary

Science / Chemistry / Phase Boundary: A phase boundary is a surface where two samples of matter with different properties are in contact. The surface of a gas bubble in water or the surface of a crystal are examples of phase boundaries. MORE

Present Value Of Growth Opportunities

Business / Finance / Present Value Of Growth Opportunities: Net present value (NPV) of investments the firm is expected to make in the future. MORE

Logistic Population Growth

Science / Marine Biology / Logistic Population Growth: Population growth that is modulated by the population size relative to carrying capacity. Population growth declines as population approaches carrying capacity, and is negative when population size is MORE