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hedge

noun caution, circumspection, course of prooection, equivocation, hesitancy, hesitation, instrumentality of protection, means of protection, method of protection, prevention against loss, prevention of downside, protection against loss, safeguard
Associated concepts: hedge laws, hedges encroaching on another, hedge against inflation, notice of appeal as hedge against loss, person's property

hedge

verb be careful, be cautious, border, bound, circle, circumscribe, compass, conceal, cover, delimit, delineate, demarcate, divide, dodge, edge, enclose, encompass, ensphere, evade, fence, flank, girdle, guard, hide, limit, mark off, outline, play safe, render safe, ring, safeguard, screen, shelter, shield, surround
See also: deceive, equivocate, evade, outbalance, parry, prevaricate, protection, shelter, tergiversate
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Mr Hedger was a director of the Avonbourne International Business and Enterprise Trust, which runs colleges and a primary school in the Bournemouth area.
He said: "We were all shocked to hear that our friend and colleague Guy Hedger, LV='s marketing and brand director, died over the weekend in such tragic circumstances.
When it comes to changes around disclosure rules, the exposure draft would actually create more work for some corporate hedgers by requiring "added guidance on qualitative disclosure of quantitative hedging goals.
Hedgers are investors who take steps to reduce the risk of an investment by making an offsetting investment.
Since expressions with purely descriptive content are typically inoffensive whereas expressions with purely expressive content are typically offensive, by arguing that slurs are expressions with purely expressive content Hedger (2012) aims to account for the inoffensiveness of expressions like Chinese American and the offensiveness of expressions like chink.
based orders we anticipate to be placed now that the cask is a real choice for those who will be required to replace their cask fleets," Hedger said.
Hedger continued, "There are few people in the world who can claim to have had the quantity of resources, dedication of teachers, commitment of parents and quality of education you have received.
In this newly created position Hedger will oversee the day-to-day management of Bolt's business operations in all three segments, besides continuing as president of the company's wholly-owned subsidiary A-G Geophysical Products Inc.
Experience shows that hedgers willing to assume the risk of the original hedger may not materialise in sufficient numbers or at all.
He quit in March 2003 after being "fed up" with the physical abuse and racial jokes from his department manager, Chris Hedger, according to his lawsuit filed in U.
44) This story, which follows the love affair between painter Don Hedger and singer Eden Bower, has been called "Cather's Manifesto for Art"; (45) it also, I think, can be called Cather's Manifesto for Greenwich Village, for it offers Cather's alternative vision of Village fife when most reports identified the neighborhood as "Bohemia, Inc.
But trainer Peter Hedger produced the gelding ready to fire on his comeback and he coasted home.