Big Bang Theory

Science / Biology / Big Bang Theory: A model for the evolution of the universe that holds that all matter and energy in the universe were concentrated in one point, which suddenly exploded. Subsequently, matter condensed to form atoms, elements, and eventually galaxies and stars.

Other Words for Big

Big Adverb Synonyms: pompously, boastfully, conceitedly, arrogantly, pretentiously
Big Adjective Synonyms: large, great, grand, huge, enormous, immense, gigantic, giant, tremendous, colossal, Brobdingnagian, jumbo, socking or whacking big or great, humongous
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Market Segmentation Theory Or Preferred Habitat Theory

Business / Finance / Market Segmentation Theory Or Preferred Habitat Theory: A biased expectations theory that asserts that the shape of the yield curve is determined by the supply of and demand for securities within each maturity sector. MORE

Local Expectations Theory

Business / Finance / Local Expectations Theory: A form of the pure expectations theory that suggests that the returns on bonds of different maturities will be the same over a short-term investment horizon. MORE

Liquidity Theory Of The Term Structure

Business / Finance / Liquidity Theory Of The Term Structure: A biased expectations theory that asserts that the implied forward rates will not be a pure estimate of the market's expectations of future interest rates because they embody a liquidity premium. MORE

Limited Effects Theory

Technology / Television (TV) / Limited Effects Theory: A type of communication theory (e.g., social learning theory, vicarious catharsis theory) that regards media as having conditional influences on the viewer: due to intervening variables, the effects o MORE

Maximum Unambiguous Range

Technology / Radar / Maximum Unambiguous Range: The pulse-repetition frequency (prf) of a radar system determines the maximum operating range of the radar before ambiguities start to occur. This is called the maximum unambiguous range of MORE

Miasma Theory

Health / Disease / Miasma Theory: The theory that diseases were caused by miasma or bad air arising from organic decay, filth, or other conditions of the local environment. MORE

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