index mirror

index mirror

[′in‚deks ‚mir·ər]
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The mirror attached to the index arm of a marine sextant. Also known as index glass.
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The gains in small-business owners' optimism found in this quarter's Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business Index mirror improvements in Americans' ratings of their overall economic confidence, workers' reports of job creation and the lower rate of U.
SPORTING INDEX mirror the views of fixed-odds bookmakers and make Sabine Lisicki favourite for her Wimbledon singles semifinal clash with Agnieszka Radwanska today, writes Adrian Humphries.
He added that the recent introduction of standardized definitions and the launch of a broad tradable index mirror the early developments in corporate credit derivatives and are notable milestones in the product's life cycle.
Consumer confidence index mirrors themarket position
And the increase in volatility of our Sales Index mirrors the timing of higher volatility in new home purchases," said Ferri.
The Korn/Ferry Executive Compensation Index mirrors other indexes which predominantly focus on CEOs at companies publically traded on U.
Though a humorous look, PNC said the index mirrors actual economic trends.
Cortera's SCI Index mirrors the slow, but continually improving indicators published in the Institute of Supply Management's (ISM) September 2009 Manufacturing Report on Business - the 2nd consecutive month of growth in the manufacturing sector and the 5th consecutive month of overall economic growth.
The Korn/Ferry Executive Hiring Index mirrors the patterns in America's economic recovery with financial services, health care, manufacturing and high tech/telecommunications leading the way.
VCSELs are constructed by sandwiching the laser gain medium, or active layer, between two stacks of alternating high and low refractive index mirrors, known as Distributed Bragg Reflector (DBR) mirrors.