Lower Earnings Limit

Business / Debt / Lower Earnings Limit: The level of income at which employees start to pay Class 1 National Insurance contributions.

Other Words for Earnings

Earnings Noun Synonyms: wages, salary, income, compensation, pay, stipend, emolument, proceeds, return, revenue, yield, takings, take
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Other Words for Limit

Limit Noun Synonyms: check, curb, bridle, restrict, restrain, hold in check
Limit Verb Synonyms: set, define, determine, fix
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Other Words for Lower

Lower Verb Synonyms: drop, reduce, decrease, mark down, discount, lessen, diminish, downgrade, cut, slash
Lower Noun Synonyms: let or move or bring or put down, drop
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Lower Low Water Datum (LLWD)

Science / Tides and Currents / Lower Low Water Datum (LLWD): An approximation of mean lower low water that has been adopted as a standard reference for a limited area and is retained for an indefinite period regardless of the fact that it may differ slightly fr MORE

Lower Octave Planets

Science / Astrology / Lower Octave Planets: Mercury, whose higher octave is Uranus; Venus, whose higher octave is Neptune; and Mars, whose higher octave is Pluto. Lower octave planets are associated with a lower or physical level or expression; MORE

Master Limited Partnership (MLP)

Business / Finance / Master Limited Partnership (MLP): A publicly traded limited partnership. MORE

Maximum Dollar Limit

Health / Health Insurance / Maximum Dollar Limit: The maximum amount of money that an insurance company (or self-insured company) will pay for claims within a specific time period. Maximum dollar limits vary greatly. They may be based on or specified MORE

Lower Low Water (LLW)

Science / Tides and Currents / Lower Low Water (LLW): The lowest of the low waters (or single low water) of any specified tidal day due to the declinational effects of the Moon and Sun. MORE

Lower High Water (LHW)

Science / Tides and Currents / Lower High Water (LHW): The lowest of the high waters of any specified tidal day due to the declinational effects of the Moon and Sun. MORE

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