Universal Agent

Business / Real Estate / Universal Agent: A person empowered to do anything the principal could do personally. The universal agents authority to act on behalf of the principal is virtually unlimited.

Other Words for Agent

Agent Noun Synonyms: representative, intermediary, go-between, proxy, emissary, delegate, spokesman, spokeswoman, spokesperson, deputy, substitute, surrogate, advocate, emissary, legate, envoy, factor
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Other Words for Universal

Universal Adjective Synonyms: prevalent, prevailing, general, worldwide, widespread, ubiquitous, omnipresent, limitless, unlimited, common, pandemic, epidemic
Universal Noun Synonyms: cosmic, infinite, boundless, limitless, unlimited, measureless, endless, uncircumscribed, all-inclusive, all-embracing, all-encompassing, wide-ranging, comprehensive
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Universal Developer

Entertainment / Photography / Universal Developer: Name given to a number of developing solutions, usually mq, indicating that they can be used for processing films and papers. MORE

Universal Agent

Business / Real Estate / Universal Agent: A person empowered to do anything the principal could do personally. The universal agents authority to act on behalf of the principal is virtually unlimited. MORE

Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination

Business / Finance / Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination: Standards of the NASD prescribing procedures for handling over-the-counter securities transactions, such as delivery, settlement date, and ex-dividend date. MORE

Universal Indicator

Science / Chemistry / Universal Indicator: A universal indicator is an indicator which undergoes several color changes over a wide range of ph. The color is used to 'indicate' ph directly. Universal indicators are usually mixtures of several i MORE

Universal Life

Business / Finance / Universal Life: Debt issues of the U.S. government, as distinguished from government-sponsored agency issues. MORE

Universal Machine

Health / Fitness / Universal Machine: One of several types of machines where weights are on tracks or rails and lifted by levers or pulleys. MORE

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