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  • 121 Principal Charming — «Principal Charming» «Прекрасный директор» Эпизод «Симпсонов» …

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  • 122 Principal photography — is the phase of film production in which the movie is actually shot, as distinct from pre production and post production. Principal photography is usually the most expensive phase of film production and generally marks a point of no return for… …

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  • 123 Principal, Cape Verde — Principal (Portuguese, meaning principal; Capeverdean Crioulo: Prinsipal ), is a village located in the north central part of the island of Santiago, Cape Verde, it is located north northwest of the island capital of Praia and southeast of… …

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  • 124 principal payment — ➔ payment * * * principal payment UK US noun [C] ► FINANCE a payment made to pay back all or part of a loan, rather than to pay interest on the loan: »The hospital operator said its lenders also agreed to defer a $4.2 million principal payment… …

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  • 125 principal parts — n. the principal inflected forms of a verb, from which the other forms may be derived: in English, the principal parts are the infinitive, past tense, and past participle (Ex: drink, drank, drunk; go, went, gone): the present participle, derived… …

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  • 126 Principal balance — Principal balance, in regards to a mortgage or other debt instrument, is the amount due and owing to satisfy the payoff of the underlying obligation.Amortized mortgage loans automatically pay a portion of each monthly payment to the principal… …

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  • 127 Principal photography of The Lord of the Rings film trilogy — Principal photography for The Lord of the Rings film trilogy was conducted concurrently in New Zealand from October 11, 1999 through to December 22, 2000 for 274 days. Pick up shoots were conducted annually from 2001 to 2004. The trilogy was shot …

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  • 128 principal place of business — The office of a business where the books and records are kept and where executives manage the company. Category: Business, LLCs & Corporations → Business Name, Location & Licenses Nolo’s Plain English Law Dictionary. Gerald N. Hill, Kathleen… …

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  • 129 principal employer — occupational pension schemes must identify one of the participating employers as the principal employer. It is usually the employer establishing the scheme or the parent company in a multi employer scheme. The scheme s principal employer will… …

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  • 130 principal deficiency ledger — England, Wales Where the securities, or notes, issued in a securitisation are to be repaid in a single bullet repayment at the end of the transaction, it makes commercial sense that, as long as interest on the notes continues to be paid, losses… …

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  • 131 principal plane — n either of the two planes perpendicular to the principal axis and passing through one of the two principal points of an optical system * * * in radiology, the plane which contains the central ray of a radiation beam …

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  • 132 principal component analysis — ( PCA) A mathematical tool used to reduce the number of variables while retaining the original variability of the data The first principal component accounts for as much of the variability in the data as possible, and each succeeding component… …

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  • 133 principal trading — ➔ trading * * * principal trading UK US noun [U] ► STOCK MARKET PROPRIETARY TRADING(Cf. ↑proprietary trading) …

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  • 134 principal in the first degree — see principal Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 135 principal in the second degree — see principal Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 136 principal covenants — principal and auxiliary covenants The former being those which relate directly to the principal matter of the contract entered into between the parties; while auxiliary covenants are those which do not relate directly to the principal matter of… …

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  • 137 principal and auxiliary covenants — The former being those which relate directly to the principal matter of the contract entered into between the parties; while auxiliary covenants are those which do not relate directly to the principal matter of contract between the parties, but… …

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  • 138 Principal McVicker — (1938 1997?)Fact|date=September 2007 (originally McVicar ) is a character in the cartoon Beavis and Butt Head and voiced by Mike Judge.He is the principal of Highland High, the school that Beavis and Butt Head attend. McVicker suffers from… …

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  • 139 Principal directions — are directions in the pitch plane, and correspond to the principal cross sections of a tooth.The axial direction is a direction parallel to an axis.The transverse direction is a direction within a transverse plane.The normal direction is a… …

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  • 140 Principal Register — The primary list on which trademarks that meet certain federal filing standards are placed. The benefits of getting a mark placed on the Principal Register include the notice to potential copiers that your mark is valid and protected, the right… …

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