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stemming from an original source

something derived from another

Synonyms for derivative

a compound obtained from, or regarded as derived from, another compound

a financial instrument whose value is based on another security

(linguistics) a word that is derived from another word

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resulting from or employing derivation

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There are some cases, however, in which, as the quality under consideration has no name, it is impossible that those possessed of it should have a name that is derivative. For instance, the name given to the runner or boxer, who is so called in virtue of an inborn capacity, is not derived from that of any quality; for lob those capacities have no name assigned to them.
It seems to me to be derivative, and to consist largely in BELIEFS: beliefs that what constitutes the thought is connected with various other elements which together make up the object.
Of late even the merest derivative of the word science (a term in itself inoffensive and of indefinite meaning) had the curious power of evoking a definitely offensive mental vision of Mr Vladimir, in his body as he lived, with an almost supernatural clearness.
Summary: This diketene derivatives market report focuses on analysing the market opportunities and getting a detailed understanding of the diketene derivatives market.
Wihlborgs Fastigheter AB (Wihlborgs)(STO:WIHL), a property company that focuses on commercial properties in the Oresund region, announced on Thursday the restructuring of its portfolio of interest-rate derivatives following a review of the company's management of interest-rate risk.
London: Fitch Ratings says it believes that European life insurers' use of derivatives will continue to expand to reduce exposure to market risks.
Derivatives are one of the three main classes of financial instruments or securities, together with stocks (or equities) and debt (bonds and mortgages).
CAMBODIA'S central counterparty firm, Derivatives Exchange (CDX), announced their cooperation with Indonesia-based Jakarta Futures Exchange (JFX) on Friday and expressed hope that the move would boost growth in the Kingdom's derivatives trading market.
The Baku Stock Exchange (BSE) intends to expand the derivatives market in 2018, BSE chairman Vugar Namazov said in an interview with Trend.
Word Mastery through Derivatives Designed for Students of Latin
Valley Cottage, NY, October 12, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Demand for bromine derivatives will continue to surge owing to increasing adoption as reactants in the manufacturing of agrochemicals, water disinfectants, dyes and photographic chemicals.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-May 27, 2016-Credit Suisse selects FIS derivatives utility
The BIEM is preferable to the Laplace-equation-governed transformation process for a number of reasons: (1) it is not necessary to discretize the entire domain; (2) solutions can be evaluated exactly; (3) derivatives of variables can be evaluated directly without difference schemes; and (4) once the solutions at all the discretized boundary nodes are obtained, at any given point in the domain the solution as well as the partial derivatives can be easily found without remeshing.
Hedge derivatives are financial instruments, such as options and futures contracts used to limit or offset probability of loss from fluctuations in the prices of commodities, currencies, or securities.