M1

the methyl orange alkalinity of the filtrate, reported as the number of millimeters of 0.02 normal (n/50) acid required pr millimeter of filtrate to reach the methyl orange end point (pH 4.3).

M1

[n] - a measure of the money supply 2. [n] - a measure of the money supply
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M1

In the US, the amount of notes and coins in circulation plus demand deposits (checking accounts from... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/M1.htm?id=908&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of M1'>more</a>
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M1

A measure of money supply: bank notes and coins plus sight deposits...more on M1
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M1

noun a measure of the money supply; includes currency in circulation plus demand deposits or checking account balances
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M1

Measure of the U.S. money stock that consists of currency held by the public, travelers checks, demand deposits and other checkable deposits including NOW (negotiable order of withdrawal) and ATS (automatic transfer service) account balances and share draft account balances at credit unions.
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M1

A measure of total money supply. M1 includes only checkable demand deposits. Contexts: money; macro; data
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M1

The smallest of several measures of the stock of money in an economy, this consisting primarily of currency held by the public and demand deposits. Also includes several other very liquid items: travelers checks and other accounts on which checks can be written.
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M1

Make one stitch, an increase.
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M1

Smaller lunar elliptic diurnal constituent. This constituent, with J1, modulates the amplitude of th
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