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Three-Point Conversion

Entertainment / Football / Three-Point Conversion: A novelty play, in leagues such as the XFL and the proposed New USFL, that is nearly identical to the two-point conversion. A play that advances the ball into the end zone from the 10-yard line (as opposed to the 2 or 3 yard line in a two-point conversion) earns 3 points.
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Market Conversion Price

Business / Finance / Market Conversion Price: Also called conversion parity price, the price that an investor effectively pays for common stock by purchasing a convertible security and then exercising the conversion option. This price is equal to MORE

Reverse Conversion

Business / Finance / Reverse Conversion: A technique in which brokerage firms earn interest on the stocks they hold for their customers by selling the short and investing the proceeds in money market accounts. The short positions are hedged MORE

Limitation On Conversion

Business / Finance / Limitation On Conversion: Applies mainly to convertible securities. Possible delay in convertibility. More frequently, the right to convert may be terminable prior to a redemption date, preventing the holder from receiving a f MORE

Fourth Down Conversion

Entertainment / Football / Fourth Down Conversion: The act of using a fourth down play to make a first down. These are comparatively uncommon. If a team is close enough, they will generally attempt a field goal on fourth down. Otherwise, they will usu MORE

Electronic Check Conversion

Business / Taxes / Electronic Check Conversion: Electronic check conversion is a payment process in which you give a payee a check, but the actual payment is processed as an electronic funds transfer. The payment is automatically debited from your MORE

Forced Conversion

Business / Finance / Forced Conversion: The risk that there will be prolonged interruption of operations for a project finance enterprise due to fire, flood, storm, or some other factor beyond the control of the project's sponsors. MORE