Air Pocket Stock

Business / Finance / Air Pocket Stock: A stock whose price drops precipitously, often on the unexpected news of poor results.
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Other Words for Air

Air Noun Synonyms: atmosphere, ambience, aura, climate, feeling, sense, mood, quality
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Other Words for Pocket

Pocket Noun Synonyms: cavity, pit, hollow, crater
Pocket Adjective Synonyms: pouch, sack, bag, receptacle, reticule, satchel
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Other Words for Stock

Stock Adjective Synonyms: livestock, (domestic or farm) animals, cattle, beasts, horses, cows, oxen, sheep, goats
Stock Noun Synonyms: pedigree, bloodline, house, dynasty, (line of) descent, genealogy, extraction, roots, lineage, family, ancestry, parentage, breeding, heritage
Stock Verb Synonyms: supply, store, inventory, stockpile, reserve, reservoir, cache, hoard, wares, merchandise, goods, selection, assortment, range, variety, array
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Paired Comparison

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Paired Comparison: A form of rating, in which the rater compares, one by one, the performance of each member in a group with the performance of every other member in the group. MORE

Paired Off

Business / Finance / Paired Off: Used for listed equity securities. Matched buy and sell market orders, usually pertaining to the pre-opening market picture in a stock, or MOC orders (especially relating to futures/options expiration MORE

Packers And Stockyards Act Of 1921

Business / Agriculture / Packers And Stockyards Act Of 1921: P.L. 67-51 (August 15, 1921) remains, in amended form, the basic authority for USDA to regulate marketing practices in the livestock, poultry, and meat industries. The law was enacted to prevent unfai MORE

Pacific Stock Exchange

Business / Finance / Pacific Stock Exchange: Used for listed equity securities. Regional exchange located in Los Angeles and San Francisco; only U.S. exchange open between 4:00 and 4:30. MORE

Over-The-Air

Technology / Television (TV) / Over-The-Air: Referencing analog or digital signals sent out in the open air by broadcast staions, and received most likely by an antenna or internal tuner on a television. Over-the-air signals are regulated by the MORE

Over-The-Air Service Provisioning (OTASP)

Technology / Cell Phones / Over-The-Air Service Provisioning (OTASP): The ability of carriers to add new types of services to a customer's handset by using the wireless network instead of requiring the customer to bring the phone to a carrier's location for reprogrammin MORE