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payoff

(Payment in full), noun discharge, pay-out, sattsfaction in full, settlement

payoff

(Result), noun closure, conclusion, determination, end, finale, finish
See also: effect
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Ms Green's spokesman said last night the payoff "was based on her ability to turn around a failing company.
May 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- By making it possible for a single person to safely and efficiently maneuver a 6,000-pound reel through tight spaces on a job site and set up and pay off the reel right beside electrical equipment/conduit, Southwire's SIMpull REEL(TM) payoff was selected by Electrical Construction & Maintenance magazine as Product of the Year in the Wire & Cable (Accessories & Equipment) category.
8220;Payoff has only recently moved to Orange County, and we're excited to put down our business roots here,” said Scott Saunders, Payoff Founder & CEO.
8million in redundancy payoffs, despite knowing their jobs would end after the competition.
BBC Trust chairman Lord Patten has said he is shocked at how many senior staff were given hefty payoffs that breached the corporation's own guidelines.
But they added that the BBC had asked them to take a wider look at their payoff policy.
September's payoff reading exceeded the 12-month average of 42.
Utility functions for inequality aversion models are increasing with an agent's own material payoff but decreasing with the absolute (value of the) difference between her/his own payoff and others' material payoffs.
Since the average payoff is not affected, the Sharpe ratio of the portfolio doubles relative to the average Sharpe ratio of individual carry trades.
Here I present a brief review of previous research into the effects of changing payoff levels (for a more thorough review, see Feltovich, Iwasaki, and Oda 2008).
The outcome for two rafting companies in making a decision to operate one or two rafts is displayed in the payoff matrix for the relatively high water level that usually prevails on the North Fork Canyon run during the spring (Figure 1).