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reserves

[ri′zərvz]
(mining engineering)
The quantity of workable mineral or of gas or oil which is calculated to lie within given boundaries.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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A nature reserve management in Azerbaijan will launch a digital information and communication systemto inform the public about its activities.
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one reason banks hold reserves is because they are required to.
An expected outcome from paying interest on excess reserves was that the rate paid on these reserves would set a so-called floor under the federal funds market--in other words, federal funds would not trade for less than the interest paid on excess reserves.
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Army Reserve to transform from a strategic to an operational focus in order to meet expeditionary rotational requirements, the Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command's units now have a global mission focus.
Hearing over his home police scanner a request for officer assistance regarding a traffic incident near his home, a reserve deputy sheriff quickly entered his vehicle and sped to the location despite icy road conditions.
Hubbert's modern disciples argue that humanity has now used up half of the world's ultimately recoverable reserves of oil, which means we are at or over the peak.
"The amended table would primarily lower reserves for term insurance products but could have a slight impact on all types of policies" Graham said.
In contrast, median monthly assessments (total operating expenses and replacement reserves) for co-op properties declined to $296.50 per unit per month from $388.36 per unit per month in 2003.
For reserve requirements in 2006, the first $7.8 million of net transaction accounts (up from $7.0 million in 2005), will be exempt from reserve requirements.