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floater

[′flōd·ər]
(oceanography)
(petroleum engineering)
A structure for offshore drilling that is secured to the sea floor only by anchors.
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The short-term rating assigned to the Floater Receipts will be adjusted upward or downward in conjunction with the short-term rating of the bank, and, in some cases, the long-term rating of the underlying bonds deposited in the trust.
Question: My question concerns a coverage dispute as to when coverage on an ISO installation floater ceases.
Large floaters can be broken up with laser treatment.
For symptomatic floaters, three treatment options exist: patient education and observation; vitrectomy (used to remove vitreous gel from the middle of the eye if there is retinal detachment or blood in the vitreous gel) with a one-incision intrector (limited core vitrectomy), and YAG vitreolysis.
We learned that the junk shop bought a floater for P3,000, while the screws were sold for P8 a kilogram, he said.
The transit floater will not cover these goods unless is it endorsed to cover the storage risk.
A floater that becomes larger and looks a little red or purple may be due to a hemorrhage caused by a tear in the retina.
See your eye doctor, who can determine whether you are experiencing benign floaters or a more serious condition that could become more than a simple annoyance.
Because the blanket installation floater is a nonstandard form, agents need to familiarize themselves with each company's form.
Count on having your valuables appraised regularly to document the value of each item once you decide to pick up a floater to boost your coverage.
But a floater with a stated five-year maturity and an accompanying quarterly reset has price volatility characteristics more like a three- or six-month instrument than a five-year bond.
Inverse floater rate + Floater rate = 2 x Fixed bond rate