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rollover

[′rōl‚ō·vər]
(computer science)
A keyboard feature that allows more than one key to be depressed simultaneously, enabling the keys to be depressed more rapidly in sequence.
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rollover

A graphic element in an application or on a Web page that changes its color or shape when the screen pointer (cursor) is moved over it. See JavaScript rollover. See also n-key rollover.
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The RIA Interpretation specifically applies that standard to rollover recommendations for both Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) and non-ERISA retirement plans.
The automaker did not provide any context for its Model X rollover test, which is not included in NHTSA or IIHS test scenarios.
Rollovers from qualified plans do not need to be converted to cash prior to completing the rollover.
Those numbers, though, tend to even out for middle-aged groups (ages 50-54, per EBRI)--the prime rollover target group.
In response to this legislation, the IRS issued Revenue Procedure 200316 (January 8, 2003), which provides an automatic waiver to the 60-day rollover requirement only if:
To avail of either of the latest features, customers should enroll to GoSURF Share and Rollover by calling 730-1000 or visiting the nearest Globe store to make the changes in the account.
The taxpayer must have missed this deadline because of the taxpayer's inability to complete a rollover due to one or more the following reasons:
For advisors holding themselves out as providers of fiduciary advice to plan participants, the DOL Rollover Opinion provides that they cannot capture rollover assets from this client base.
* Rollover sensor: Designed to deploy the side curtain airbags in the event of an impending rollover (beginning with 2016 models built after June 2015).
Data from that testing is helping Kerrigan's team delve into how to make a better dummy, one that will be humanlike, or "biofidelic"--mimicking, as much as possible, the size, shape, weight, and flexibility of an actual person undergoing the prolonged and unique stresses of a rollover crash.
By breaking down the components of the interest T/N rollover, we are able to ascertain the interest elements, which makes it easier to take out the interest part out, and thus comply with Shari'ah principles, wherein the payment and receipt of interest is strictly prohibited.
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