Direct Overhead

Business / Finance / Direct Overhead: Contract in which a lessor purchases new equipment from the manufacturer and leases it to the lessee.

Other Words for Direct

Direct Verb Synonyms: guide, lead, conduct, pilot, steer, show or point (the way), be at the helm, advise, counsel, instruct, mastermind,her, escort
Direct Adjective Synonyms: manage, handle, run, administer, govern, regulate, control, operate, superintend, supervise, command, head up, rule, call the shots
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Other Words for Overhead

Overhead Noun Synonyms: elevated, raised, upper
Overhead Verb Synonyms: (up) above, (up) in the air or sky, high up, on high, aloft, skyward
Overhead Adverb Synonyms: (basic or fixed) costs, operating cost(s), expense(s), outlay, disbursement(s), running cost(s), expenditure(s), maintenance, cost(s) of doing business
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Lighting Direction

Technology / Television (TV) / Lighting Direction: The positioning of lights relative to the object being shot. The norm for lighting direction is three-point lighting. MORE

Magnetic Direction

Science / Tides and Currents / Magnetic Direction: Direction as indicated by a magnetic compass after correction for deviation but without correction for variation. MORE

Interlocking Directorate

Business / Finance / Interlocking Directorate: Describes cross-memberships of directors on each other's company Board of Directors. MORE

Indirect Snap

Entertainment / Football / Indirect Snap: A play in which the ball is handed to the quarterback rather than thrown directly to the ballcarrier by the center as in a direct snap play. So named because the quarterback acts as an intermediary in MORE

Indirect Pulp Cap

Health / Dentistry / Indirect Pulp Cap: A procedure in which the nearly exposed pulp is covered with a protective dressing to protect the pulp from additional injury and to promote healing and repair via formation of secondary dentin. MORE

Indirect Quote

Business / Finance / Indirect Quote: The expression in a graph of a utility function, where the horizontal axis measures risk and the vertical axis measures expected return. The curve connects all portfolios with the same utility. MORE

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