Jack Post

Business / Construction / Jack Post: A type of structural support made of metal, which can be raised or lowered through a series of pins and a screw to meet the height required. Basically used as a replacement for an old supporting member in a building. See Monopost.

Other Words for Post

Post Noun Synonyms: assignment, appointment, position, situation, job, place, duty, role, function, employment, work, task, chore
Post Verb Synonyms: place, put, station, assign, appoint, position, situate, set, locate
Post Adverb Synonyms: pole, stake, upright, column, pillar, pale, picket, shaft, standard, newel, pier, pylon, pile, piling, strut, shore, stanchion, leg, prop, stay, support, brace
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Postage Stamp

Entertainment / Golf / Postage Stamp: ('postage stamp green') a green with a particularly small surface area presenting a demanding target MORE

Post-Trade Processing

Business / Taxes / Post-Trade Processing: Each securities transaction goes through post-trade processing during which the details of the trade are compared, cleared, and settled. This involves matching the details of the buy order with those MORE

Post-Trade Benchmarks

Business / Finance / Post-Trade Benchmarks: Prices after the decision to trade. MORE

Post-Structuralism

Entertainment / Literature / Post-Structuralism: A collective and loose term for any of the literary theories appearing after the structuralist movement in linguistics--including Derrida's infamous concept of deconstruction. The more radical poststr MORE

Postal Account

Business / Debt / Postal Account: A personal account is a building society account in which all transactions are conducted via post. In some cases a pass book is used to record deposits and withdrawals although societies are increasin MORE

Posted County Price (PCP)

Business / Agriculture / Posted County Price (PCP): This price is calculated for wheat and feed grains for each county by the Farm Service Agency. The PCP reflects changes in prices in major terminal grain markets (of which there are 18 in the country) MORE

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