Proportional Representation

Business / Finance / Proportional Representation: A method of stockholder voting that allows minority shareholders and groups of small shareholders to have a better chance of getting representation on a board of directors than under statutory voting.

Other Words for Proportional

Proportional Noun Synonyms: proportionate, proportioned, comparable, analogous, analogical, relative, related, correlated, balanced, symmetrical, corresponding, compatible, harmonious, consistent, commensurate, in accordance with
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Other Words for Representation

Representation Noun Synonyms: replica, reproduction, figure, figurine, statue, statuette, bust, head, model, effigy
Representation Verb Synonyms: reproduction, image, likeness, portrait, picture, depiction, portrayal, semblance, model, manifestation
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Proportional Reducer

Entertainment / Photography / Proportional Reducer: Chemical method of reducing excess density and contrast from a photographic negative. MORE

Proportional Representation

Business / Finance / Proportional Representation: A method of stockholder voting that allows minority shareholders and groups of small shareholders to have a better chance of getting representation on a board of directors than under statutory voting. MORE

Proportional Limit

Business / Machine Shop / Proportional Limit: The greatest stress a material can withstand without deviation from the straight-line proportionality between stress and strain. MORE

Negligent Misrepresentation

Business / Real Estate / Negligent Misrepresentation: A negligent misrepresentation occurs when the broker should have known that a statement about a material fact was false. The fact that the broker may actually be ignorant about the issue is no excuse. MORE

Misrepresentation

Business / Real Estate / Misrepresentation: A false statement or concealment of a material fact made with the intention of inducing some action by another party. MORE

Mode Of Representation

Technology / Television (TV) / Mode Of Representation: Manner in which a nonnarrative television program depicts historical reality and addresses itself to the viewer about that version of reality: modes include expository, interactive, observational and MORE

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