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open-ended

[¦ō·pən ¦en·dəd]
(computer science)
Of techniques, designed to facilitate or permit expansion, extension, or increase in capability; the opposite of closed-in and artificially constrained.
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Loepfe's optical yarn clearers cover open-end yarn counts from Nec 3 to Nec 60 at a maximum spinning speed up to 400 m/min with one sensing head.
If approved by shareholders, FTT's conversion to an open-end fund is expected to be completed during the fourth quarter of 2015.
Al Meezan Mutual Fund (AMMF), is a Sharia'h compliant open-end equity fund in the private sector in Pakistan with the longest track record.
A multi-featured open-end lending plan is strictly open-end because it provides only open-end disclosures, even for closed-end loans such as vehicle loans.
In addition to the shorter bale length that is typically necessary when using open-end auto-tie balers, Pfeffer also advises using heavier wire, up to 10-gauge, to increase bale longevity.
The Germans are in a bit of denial I think because they expect the open-end funds will get pasted back together and survive," Zoukis said.
In April 2005 the Bankruptcy Act was enacted, which contains several amendments to TILA, including provisions requiring new disclosures for open-end credit accounts.
Shareholders of open-end mutual funds buy shares at net asset value (NAV), which is the market value of a fund share.
As consideration for their shares, holders of the LaSalle Closed-End Fund's common stock wouldreceive shares of the Open-End Fund with a value equal to the net asset value of their shares of the LaSalle Closed-End Fund common stock on the closing date of the Acquisition.
Diversified, closed-end management investment company, Morgan Stanley Frontier Emerging Markets Fund Inc (NYSE:FFD) declared on Friday its board of directors' intent on recommendation of its investment adviser to be converted into an open-end fund in the best interests of its stockholders via a shell reorganisation.
Under the old rules, credit unions were allowed to provide open-end disclosures to all subaccounts under their plans, regardless of whether it was a revolving line of credit or a closed-end subaccount, such as a vehicle loan underwritten by the credit union.
In a facility that will bale several hundred tons per month of multiple materials, either the open-end horizontal or two-ram baler can work in these cases.