Water Bank Program (WBP)

Business / Agriculture / Water Bank Program (WBP): A program to set aside wetlands for a period of 10 years (renewable) for conservation purposes. Participants receive annual rental payments. As these contracts expire, participants are offered the opportunity to place the land in the Wetland Reserve Program.

Other Words for Program

Program Noun Synonyms: schedule, plan, scheme, agenda, order of the day, routine, protocol, slate, list, listing, description, outline, abstract, , calendar, menu, bill of fare, curriculum, syllabus, synopsis, summary, prospectus
Program Verb Synonyms: performance, production, show, presentation, (radio or television) play, telecast, broadcast, recital, concert
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Other Words for Water

Water Noun Synonyms: H2O, distilled water, tap water, drinking-water, bottled water, spa water, still water, soda (water), effervescent water, mineral water, sea water, salt water, ditch-water, dishwater, bath-water, branch water, Adam's ale, Latin a
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Program Bank

Technology / Home Audio / Program Bank: A Custom File feature that allows the user to flag the tracks on a disc, indicating whether they should be played or skipped. MORE

Program Crops

Business / Agriculture / Program Crops: Crops eligible for deficiency payments under commodity program provisions that ended in 1995. These were wheat, feed grains, cotton, and rice. These same crops are now called contract commodities beca MORE

Program

Technology / Computers / Program: A set of instructions or steps telling the computer how to handle a problem or task. MORE

Prepackaged Bankruptcy

Business / Finance / Prepackaged Bankruptcy: A bankruptcy in which a debtor and its creditors pre-negotiate a plan of reorganization and then file it along with the bankruptcy petition. MORE

Potable Water

Science / Geology / Potable Water: Water that is agreeable to the taste and not dangerous to the health. MORE

Program Music

Entertainment / Music / Program Music: Instrumental music endowed with literary or pictorial associations, especially popular in the nineteenth century. MORE

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