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Synonyms for floater

spots before the eyes caused by opaque cell fragments in the vitreous humor and lens

a debt instrument with a variable interest rate tied to some other interest rate (e

a wanderer who has no established residence or visible means of support

an employee who is reassigned from job to job as needed

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a voter who votes illegally at different polling places in the same election

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a swimmer who floats in the water

an object that floats or is capable of floating

an insurance policy covering loss of movable property (e

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Eco Wave Power's floaters had survived the storm, without damages.
All the experiments were monitored by officials from the Hydro-Mechanical Institute, and some remarks were made with regard to potential improvements to the shapes of the floaters.
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.
Because the blanket installation floater is a nonstandard form, agents need to familiarize themselves with each company's form.
She decided to go with American Collectors' stand-alone policy for $750 annually, even though additional coverage via a floater with her homeowner's insurer, Erie Insurance Co.
Interestingly, the yield variance between a quarterly resetting floater and a 90-day money-market instrument is not so much due to greater risk but to market inefficiency caused by a smaller universe of informed buyers.
short-term rates are lower than long-term rates, it is expected that, on average, the yield provided to the holder of an inverse floater will be higher than the yield available on a "plain vanilla" fixed-rate bond.
The long-term 'AAA', Stable Outlook rating assigned to the series 2008-3312 floaters and residuals is based on the rating that Fitch has assigned to the State of Texas highway improvement general obligation bonds, series 2012A, term series 2012A bonds (rated 'AAA', Stable Outlook) that have been deposited in the trust.
I used to follow them around like Deadheads," he said, estimating he has attended 100 Floater shows.
Floater, Eugene's favorite hard rock band, a band whose live show was once described by one 40-something Register-Guard columnist as sounding like the space shuttle blasting off, will play a show for the pinot noir crowd on Saturday.
To date, Heller's Credit enhancement opportunities have generally taken three forms: 1) converting high fixed-rate tax free bonds to low floaters to significantly reduce debt service; 2) providing aggressive leverage for the acquisition of projects driven by the benefits of inexpensive low floater financing; and 3) re-enhancing existing projects based on based on today's economics, given the previous enhancer's willingness to accept a discount.
When I was buying my ticket for a Floater concert recently, I asked the Safe- way clerk if she'd ever seen the band.