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certificate of deposit (CD)

n. a document issued by a bank in return for a deposit of money which pays a fixed interest rate for a specified period (from a month to several years). Interest rates on CD's are usually higher than savings accounts because banking institutions require a commitment to leave money in the CD for a fixed period of time. Often there is a financial penalty (fee) for cashing in a CD before the pledged time runs out.

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AAC can work with almost any theoretical counseling modality, but most importantly, it is a practice that strengthens the core conditions between the counselor and the client.
Furthermore, AAC Sara Tawab conducted raids in different markets of Hayatabad and arrested 18
These facilities were acquired from AAC Holdings subsidiaries for an aggregate cash purchase price of USD 25m.
Using Versarien's existing graphene manufacturing capabilities, in combination with AAC Cyroma's knowledge, plant and equipment, the acquisition will provide the group with an ability to produce graphene enhanced products for an established customer base, both domestic and international.
While Mohammad Fawad AAC 07 has been assigned duty on Gulbahar, Matni and Pandu police stations, AAC 08, Mohammad Shoaib Khan on Regi Model Town, Hashtangari and Gharbi
In a recent study, data analysis from eight adults with aphasia identified their preference for using personally relevant photographs to represent words on an AAC device (McKelvey et al.
Since the acquisition by One51 AAC Plastics Group has bought wheelie bin injection moulder MGB Plastics from Kingspan's Titan Environmental division, who bought it from T&D Industries when T&D broke up in 2000.
AAC is a visual language system that is both receptive (understanding) and expressive (communicating).
The AAC is also making great strides in using the streamlined model for divestiture in foreign military sales.
An alternative way arises: we could open specialized communication channels within the Internet allowing one to use different AAC systems in Web-based communication acts.
a leader in multichannel sound, has launched a newly expanded MPEG-4 AAC licensing program.