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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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0 or later, 6MB application RAM, 13MB hard disk space available, CD-ROM drive
Ideally however, the CD-ROM represents a stand-alone product which relieves the SAO of the burden of additional briefing other than answering student questions.
CD-ROMs and clip art with an African American perspective
The CD-ROM (requiring 8 MB of disk space for installation) has used 450 MB to record all the manuscripts, leaving 200 MB free onto which the hoped-for iconographic index might eventually be placed.
Speaking of comedy, you don't have to be alive to take part in the CD-ROM logjam.
To facilitate review, the CD-ROM software usually has a method of listing search results.
Currently, several companies are producing a variety of CD-ROM databases.
The CD-ROM is divided into various humor categories: "Analogies and Metaphors," "Toasts and Roasts," "Cartoons" and "Personal Anecdotes.
Part I of this article focuses on tips, tricks and traps in using CD-ROM databases; it is not acceptable to merely know how to search a database--a researcher must also develop the expertise to avoid pitfalls and establish techniques to ensure that the right answer is obtained in the least amount of time.
A single CD-ROM disk can hold more than 650 MBs of information.
Sandy LaFaver of Silver Century, a leading CD-ROM duplicator, said: "We view CD-ROMs as an untapped marketing opportunity.
CCH, RIA, Matthew Bender) now have CD-ROM products.