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spread

1. Informal the wingspan of an aircraft
2. a covering for a table or bed

spread

[spred]
(engineering)
The layout of geophone groups from which data from a single shot are recorded simultaneously.
(statistics)
The range within which the values of a variable quantity occur.
(electronics)

spread

Of air supplied by a air diffuser in an air-conditioned space, the divergence of the airstream after it leaves the outlet.
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Hammad was firmly placed at the top having won 16 of the 17 matches played and he has a spread of 1,709.
Transactions most affected by excess spread compression are those that locked in higher liability spreads in 2016 (when 'AAAsf' spreads averaged 125bp).
To leverage Spread's strong brand, unique network and premium customer support, Zayo is introducing a standalone business unit, Spread Networks by Zayo.
Nutella Ferrero Hazelnut Spread with cocoa was just behind with 11.4g.
The only way you could possibly 'tell' this spread is a low-sugar alternative is that it isn't at all sickly.
As spinal discs are located near the ventral epidural space, ventral spread during CESI could be logically presumed to be an effective treatment in patients who have a herniated inter-vertebral disc (HIVD) or discogenic pain [2,5,6].
"Traditionally, peanut butter spreads comprised the vast majority of nut- and seed-based spread sales in the U.S.
Mintel predicted sales in the nut-based spreads and sweet spreads category will increase 65% from 2013-2018 to reach $6.5 billion in 2018.
"We did receive some excess inventory on flavored hazelnut spread last year, and it sold well at our discounted price," notes Porter.
Clients do not pay any stockbroker fees, the company's commission is built into the 'spread', i.e.