available line

available line

[ə′vāl·ə·bəl ′līn]
(electronics)
Portion of the length of the scanning line which can be used specifically for picture signals in a facsimile system.
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I discovered that the values in the Total column for all three cash available line items (Cash Available from Normal Operations, Cash Available After Investments, and Total Cash Before Line of Credit) were wrong.
Meanwhile, the residents of Kamanger and Gharkalay villages threatened to protest if the drinking water was not supplied to them from the already available line.
Liquid said it intends to use the net proceeds from this public offering for repayment in full of USD1m borrowed under an available line of credit and the remainder for investments in its technology and sales and marketing functions and for working capital and general corporate purposes, which may include acquisitions of complementary businesses, products or technologies.
An Anti-Dengue Mixed Titer Performance Panel has recently been launched by SeraCare as its first commercially available line of infectious disease panels responding to the demand for accurate testing for dengue virus.
Also called isolation transformers, they are typically used to power loads with specific voltage requirements which differ from the available line voltage.
Available line tests range from 1 to 12 pounds, with diameters ranging from 0.
Alternatively, prior to freezing the line, mortgage servicing platforms make it easy to adjust the available line of credit based upon property values or delinquency and begin loss-mitigation efforts.
Located on each side of the laser line, the dual vision cameras "see" the complete line, capturing every defect at sample rates twice as fast as any currently available line sensor, according to the manufacturer.
Also most lateral lining products available line the lateral pipe but do not seal the connection where most of the I/I occurs.
This readily available line of credit may save you time, but poor debt management can quickly put your startup in jeopardy.
Bidders must certify that they have access to cash reserves, an available line of credit with a recognized financial institution or combination, of at least $1 million to cover anticipated startup costs.
Using probable maximum loss and maximum foreseeable loss data certainly has a place in the pricing of risk, but they should be avoided to increase available line size beyond reinsurance limits and net capital base.