North American high


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North American high

[′nȯrth ə′mer·i·kən ′hī]
(meteorology)
The relatively weak general area of high pressure which, as shown on mean charts of sea-level pressure, covers most of North America during winter. Also known as North American anticyclone.
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The index reflects the performance of put options on European and North American High Yield CDS indices and hedges the risk of credit spreads daily through delta hedging.
In terms of volume, silicone elastomers were the largest market in the North American high temperature elastomers market in 2015, and, according to P&S, are expected to dominate the market during the forecast period.
The fund provides exposure to a diversified, short duration high yield bond portfolio comprised primarily of North American high yield debt securities, generally with remaining terms to maturity of five years or less.
North American high net-worth individuals held $12.7 trillion in 2012.
of Washington-Seattle) presents a textbook for an advanced undergraduate course for students who intend to teach geometry in a North American high school.
Accenture's analysis of the North American high net worth segment indicates that the population of these individuals rose 8.6% in 2010 to 3.4 million, after rising 16.6% in 2009.
Similarly, the paintings are an eclectic mix of European and North American high art with popular art and also feature translations of Metis traditional beading into a contemporary painting style.
Tim Hazell has been involved in investment work since 1985, first with UBS Phillips and Drew, where he was the analyst responsible for all research on North American high technology and capital goods companies, and then with 3i PLC.
With a majority of women candidates, the party achieved a historic North American high of women's representation.
At an April 2003 meeting of the APA Committee on Pre-College Instruction, Knisely, Kasmarek, and a small band of these philosophy educators created the North American High School Philosophers Association, a group dedicated in part to creating networking opportunities among high school philosophy teachers and promoting the benefits of the subject within the education community.

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