collar

Ring applied to the stem of a wine glass to disguise a join, used when a glass was made in separate pieces and fused together. It is frequently seen where a bowl or foot joins a stem, but may also be seen around large knops.

collar

a pipe coupling threaded on the inside.

Collar

a band of material used as a mechanical barrier to protect a plant from damage by insects.
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Collar

An upper and lower limit on the interest rate on a floating-rate note.
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collar

A device in a coining press used to restrict the outward flow of metal during striking. Allows the rounding of coins to be much more precise. Also, can be used to put an edge design on the coin.
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collar

A retaining ring die within which the coin dies operate; the collar forms the edge design of the piece such as reeding or lettering.
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Collar

Is the combination of a long Cap position and a short Floor position. It is sometimes called a range forward or a fence. Generally, it is structured so that the net cost of the collar is zero or close to zero. This means that the debit expense for the long cap premium is offset by the credit received for the short floor premium. This term is also u...
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Collar

Referring to a loan facility in which both maximum and minimum interest rates are specified. The maximum acts as a cap while the minimum rate is a floor below which the interest rate will not be allowed to fall.
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Collar

A combination of a cap and a floor. A collar sets a band within which interest rates will apply (eg 10.5–13.75%), for a given period.
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collar

[n] - a band of leather or rope that is placed around an animal`s neck as a harness or to identify it 2. [n] - a band that fits around the neck and is usually folded over 3. [n] - a figurative restraint 4. [v] - seize by the neck or collar 5. [v] - furnish with a collar 6. [v] - take into custody, as of suspected criminal...
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Collar

The minimum rate of interest that can be charged in a certain period
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Collar

A protective options strategy in which a written call and a long put are taken against a previously... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/collar.htm?id=2228&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of collar'>more</a>
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Collar

(1) In drains: The wider end of pipe into which another pipe fits.
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Collar

In roofing, a conical metal cap flashing used in conjunction with vent pipes or stacks usually located several inches above the plane of the roof for the purpose of shedding water away from the base of the vent.
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Collar

Col'lar noun [ Middle English coler , coller , Old French colier , French collier , necklace, collar, from Old French col neck, French cou , from Latin collum ; akin to Anglo-Saxon heals , G. & Goth. hals . Confer Hals ,
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Collar

Col'lar transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Collared ; present participle & verbal noun Collaring .] 1. To seize by the collar. 2. To put a collar on. To collar beef (or other meat), to roll it up,...
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collar

<plant biology> Region of junction between blade and leaf sheath of grasses. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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collar

neckband noun a band that fits around the neck and is usually folded over
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collar

nail 1 apprehend verb take into custody; `the police nabbed the suspected criminals`
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collar

noun the stitching that forms the rim of a shoe or boot
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collar

noun a figurative restraint; `asked for a collar on program trading in the stock market`; `kept a tight leash on his emotions`; `he`s always gotten a long leash`
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Collar

Refers to the ceiling and floor of the price fluctuation of an underlying asset. A collar is usually set up with options, swaps, or by other agreements. In corporate finance, the collar strategy of buying puts and selling calls is often used to mitigate the risk of a concentrated position in (sometimes) restricted stock. When the restricted owner c...
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collar

(kol´әr) a type of orthosis worn around the neck for support and stabilization. See also cervical orthosis. cervical collar cervical orthosis. Chandler collar a neck brace made of soft felt. four poster collar a rigid b...
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Collar

• (n.) The neck or line of junction between the root of a plant and its stem. • (n.) A ringlike part of a mollusk in connection with esophagus. • (n.) An eye formed in the bight or bend of a shroud or stay to go over the masthead; also, a rope to which certain parts of rigging, as dead-eyes, are secured. • (v. t.) To seize by th...
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collar

(from the article `Troy`) Troy was an early seat of the American iron and steel industry. The city`s clothing industry supposedly originated with the invention in the early ... ...to come to Egypt, so most garments were white. Colour was provided by jewelry in which semiprecious stones were widely incorporated. Among the ... ...dress...
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