Form 4

Business / Finance / Form 4: A form required by the SEC and the stock exchange from all holders of 10% or more of a company's stock and all directors and officers, which details securities owned.

Other Words for Form

Form Noun Synonyms: blank, model, format, frame, framework, course, procedure, order, regimen, method, system, ritual, formula, rule(s), practice, technique, way, means, approach, mode, fashion, manner, style
Form Verb Synonyms: acquire, develop, cultivate, contract, get
Form Adjective Synonyms: shape, configuration, conformation, order, organization, arrangement, formation, construction, structure, construct, frame, cut, cast, mould, pattern, appearance, manifestation
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Pilates Performer

Health / Pilates / Pilates Performer: The apparatus is the home version of the Universal Performer. It provides a wide range of exercises, from simple to intermediate, in order to develop the Powerhouse. It contains straps, springs, and a MORE

Personal Information Destination (PID)

Business / Internet Marketing / Personal Information Destination (PID): There are millions of pages of information on the web, but if you are looking for a specific item, there is only one page -- or very few -- that contains exactly the information you need. That's your MORE

Performance-Based Pay

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Performance-Based Pay: A variable pay strategy that pays employees based on their individual performance and contributions, rather than the value of the job they are performing. MORE

Performance Stock

Business / Finance / Performance Stock: High-growth stock in a company that retains earnings for further growth and therefore pays no dividends, but that an investor feels has significant future potential. MORE

Pistol Formation

Entertainment / Football / Pistol Formation: A hybrid version of the shotgun in which the quarterback lines up about 3 yards behind the center and the running back lines up directly behind the quarterback. MORE

Platform

Entertainment / Bowling / Platform: Same as approach (1). MORE

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