Back Office

Business / Finance / Back Office: Brokerage house clerical operations that support, but do not include, the trading of stocks and other securities. All written confirmation and settlement of trades, record keeping, and regulatory compliance happen in the back office.

Other Words for Back

Back Adjective Synonyms: rear, service, servants'
Back Adverb Synonyms: to or toward(s) the rear, rearward(s), backward(s), away
Back Verb Synonyms: invest in, wager or bet on
Back Noun Synonyms: backside, rear, dorsum
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Other Words for Office

Office Noun Synonyms: workplace, offices, room, area
Office Adverb Synonyms: business, organization, department, firm, house, establishment, company, corporation
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Incoming Mail Server (Post Office Server)

Technology / Email / Incoming Mail Server (Post Office Server): The server on which messages sent to your email address reside. MIT uses several incoming mail servers, rather than one, to better handle the load of the 27,000+ email accounts at MIT. Each incoming m MORE

Holding Back

Entertainment / Photography / Holding Back: 1. Shortening the development time given to film to help reduce image contrast. 2. Method of decreasing exposure given to selective areas of the print. Also referred to as dodging. MORE

Kickback

Entertainment / Bowling / Kickback: Vertical division boards between the sides of the lanes at the pit end. On many hits the pins can bounce off the kickbacks and knock down more pins; see also sidewalls. Variations: Loose kickback mean MORE

Kickbacks

Entertainment / Bowling / Kickbacks: The dividers between lanes; so called because pins often kick back off a divider to knock other pins downs. MORE

Limitation On Sale-And-Leaseback

Business / Finance / Limitation On Sale-And-Leaseback: A bond covenant that restricts in some way a firm's ability to enter into sale-and-leaseback transactions, financing techniques that could affect creditor thinness.. MORE

Leaseback

Business / Finance / Leaseback: A transaction that involves the sale of some property, and an agreement by the seller to lease the property back from the buyer after the sale. MORE

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