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The country code for Tuvalu.

Heavily used for vanity domains by TV stations.
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TV

(TeleVision) Meaning "long-distance viewing." Pronounced "tee-vee" or "tee-vee," a TV is a visual display system that derives its content over the air, via satellite, coaxial cable or optical fiber. Experiments with television date back to the 1920s; however, TV did not become viable until the early 1940s (see video/TV history). See NTSC, CRT, flat panel TV, smart TV, rear-projection TV and front-projection TV.


TVs Used to Be Fine Furniture
This Lotus TV was made in Czechoslovakia from 1961 to 1964. It was selected as one of the top 100 design icons.
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A desired and natural consequence of the MCPT definition is that stochastic dominance in the traditional sense is violated; that is, if the terminal value of investment A stochastically dominates (6) investment B, investment A does not necessarily have a higher MCPT utility than investment B.
They have been called the "Bright--competent." The "Bright" declare the highest level of terminal value "self-respect" during studies (year 2, 5, 6), the highest level of "wisdom" at the beginning of their studies (year 0 and 1) and the highest level of "mature love" in the final years (year 5 and 6).
The paper presents an analysis of the algorithm of terminal value calculation with a particular focus on the steady-state forecast period.
It is easy to see that x(t) = 1/t + 1 is the solution of (42) with the terminal value condition (43).
He stressed that the economics of livestock farming "must be recognised" also because "the fate and future of this source of livelihood will depend critically on the terminal value of ...
In all of those works, the terminal value of a company is assumed to be equal to zero when there is a status of bankruptcy, where the bankruptcy is defined as the time when the liquid assets of the company vanish.
Related case: The terminal value governing the system of health policy-making in country A is "to ensure that the less privileged populations are able to utilize health services." The instrumental values for realizing this value include; improving access to health services, responding to people's needs, and improving service quality of priority health needs.
* Discounted cash flows are heavily influenced by the terminal value of the stream.
The total cost of buying non-house assets, such as automobiles and boats, without using home equity loans, is often calculated by subtracting the terminal value of the asset from the sum of down payments, subsequent monthly loan payments, and the opportunity cost of the initial payments, over the entire loan payment periods which is assumed to be the same as the lease period.
They find that from 1992-1996 residual income valuation with VL Target Price in the terminal value expression dominates dividend and free cash flow models in terms of generating valuations with the smallest bias and inaccuracy.

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