Highest And Best Use

Business / Real Estate / Highest And Best Use: The possible use of a property that would produce the greatest net income and thereby develop the highest value.

Other Words for Best

Best Adverb Synonyms: most excellently, to the fullest extent, in the most suitable way, most adroitly, most skilfully, most superbly, most artistically
Best Noun Synonyms: finest, first
Best Adjective Synonyms: superlative, unexcelled, finest, pre-eminent, first, superb, unsurpassed, superior, excellent, paramount, first-rate, A-1, A-one
Best Verb Synonyms: win (out) over, conquer, beat, surpass, overpower, get the better of, subdue, defeat, worst, vanquish, trounce, rout, crush, master, outdo, overwhelm, overcome, outwit
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Other Words for Use

Use Adjective Synonyms: employ, make use of, put into practice or operation, practise, utilize, exercise, bring into play, have recourse to, resort to, put or press into service, put to use, avail (oneself) of, say, utter, speak
Use Verb Synonyms: consume, eat, drink, smoke, take, partake of, ingest, inject, shoot (up)
Use Noun Synonyms: consume, buy, purchase, employ, utilize
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Power-Of-Sale Clause

Business / Real Estate / Power-Of-Sale Clause: A clause in a mortgage authorizing the holder of the mortgage to sell the property in the event of the borrowers default. The prodeeds from the public sale are used to pay off the mortgage debt first, MORE

Power Handling

Technology / Home Audio / Power Handling: A measure of how much amplifier power, in watts, a speaker can take before it is damaged. MORE

Post-And-Beam

Business / Construction / Post-And-Beam: A basic building method that uses just a few hefty posts and beams to support an entire structure. Contrasts with stud framing. MORE

Powerhouse

Entertainment / Bowling / Powerhouse: A ball thrown very fast and with a lot of action, resulting in an unmistakable strike. MORE

PP and E

Business / Finance / PP and E: See Property, Plant & Equipment. MORE

Price Elasticity Of Demand

Business / Agriculture / Price Elasticity Of Demand: The relationship between the change in the price of a commodity and the corresponding change in the quantity that is sold. If a small change in the price is accompanied by a relatively large change in MORE

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