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rollover

[′rōl‚ō·vər]
(computer science)
A keyboard feature that allows more than one key to be depressed simultaneously, enabling the keys to be depressed more rapidly in sequence.

rollover

A graphic element in an application or on a Web page that changes its color or shape when the pointer is moved (rolled) over it. See JavaScript rollover. See also n-key rollover.
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A rollover between an individual's Roth IRAs would preclude a separate rollover within the one-year period between the individual's traditional IRAs, and vice versa, but the limitation does not apply to a "conversion" rollover from a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA.
Cerulli's research finds that rollovers present an opportunity for both IRA providers and defined contribution plan recordkeepers.
Among information in that report was that over 75 percent of rollovers are caused by a driver's action or inaction, the majority of rollovers are single vehicle crashes that occur on straight dry roadways (not exit ramps as is often thought,) and that about one-quarter of tanker rollovers involve straight trucks where the tank sits on the truck body.
Consumers who prefer to conduct the rollover themselves can search for and select an IRA provider directly within the Rollover Center
Rollovers to a Roth IRA of distributions not made from a designated Roth account: The amount that would be includible in gross income were it not part of a qualified rollover contribution is included in the recipient's gross income for the year of the distribution.
Bigger rollovers create bigger pools and potentially bigger dividends.
In response to concerns that NHTSA's star-rating system for rollover likelihood did not provide enough information (most SUVs garnered three to four stars, five indicating the safest), Congress ordered NHTSA to develop a track test to supplement the star ratings, which are calculated using vehicle dimensions and mathematical formulas.
It became very obvious that a mold rollover device could improve efficiency as well as mold quality.
The Honda Accord was the only vehicle to receive five stars under the rating, which means it has a rollover risk of less than 10%.
5) rollover, and the amount of the deferred gain shown as a negative number.
To drive home this point, the administration announced Friday it is requiring that new SUVs must display an illustrated warning label noting the vehicle has a higher rollover risk than standard automobiles.