bullet

  1. a projectile that is fired from a gun
  2. (baseball) a pitch thrown with maximum velocity

bullet

A marker (can be various shapes) used for defining the points within a list.

Bullet

Repayment of debt in one amount at the end of a fixed period.

Bullet

[interurban] ==The First Railcar in a Wind Tunnel== The Bullets were a result of a broad research program. This program was led by Philadelphia and Western`s vice-chairman W. L. Butler, who had been largely responsible for development of the Cincinnati and Lake Erie Railroad`s Red Devil car`s design, in collaboration with the J. G. Brill Co...
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Bullet

Is a type of credit security which repays the entire principal on the maturity date. Prior to the maturity or prepayment of the bond, interest payments are to be made in accordance with the payment schedule. Treasury and Corporate bonds pay off in lump sum principal amounts whereas many mortgages pay off on an amortization basis.
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bullet

[n] - a projectile that is fired from a gun
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Bullet

a large black dot used to highlight something within some text
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Bullet

A large dot or similar marking to emphasize text.
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Bullet

A bond with a single maturity date and no opportunities for early... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/bullet.htm?id=1865&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of bullet'>more</a>
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Bullet

A dot adding emphasis to the text that follows can be small or large.
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Bullet

Bul'let noun [ French boulet , dim. of boule ball. See Bull an edict, and confer Boulet .] 1. A small ball. 2. A missile, usually of lead, and round or elongated in form, to be discharged from a rifle, musket, pistol, or other small firearm. 3. A ...
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bullet

slug noun a projectile that is fired from a gun
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Bullet

A one-time repayment, often after little or no amortization of the loan. See: Balloon Payment.
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Bullet

• (n.) A missile, usually of lead, and round or elongated in form, to be discharged from a rifle, musket, pistol, or other small firearm. • (n.) A small ball. • (n.) The fetlock of a horse. • (n.) A cannon ball.
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bullet

an elongated metal projectile that is fired by a pistol, rifle, or machine gun. Bullets are measured by their calibre, which indicates the interior ... [5 related articles]
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Bullet

Bullet is slang for amyl nitrate (or any associated inhalant drug).
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Bullet

[DC Thomson] Bullet was a comic book published weekly in the UK during the 1970s. First published on 14 February 1976 by D.C. Thomson for 7p, it focused upon adventure, action, revenge, science fiction, war and sport. It was a popular comic for boys throughout its publication. The main character was a moustached, multi-talented, highly trai...
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Bullet

Ammunition for a rifle or handgun (actually the projectile portion of the ammo.)
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Bullet

Bullet is slang for amyl nitrate (or any associated inhalant drug).
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Bullet

A bullet is the projectile expelled from a gun. It is not synonymous with cartridge. Bullets can be of many materials, shapes, weights and constructions such as solid lead, lead with a jacket of harder metal, round- nosed, flat-nosed, hollow-pointed, etc.
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bullet

Non-alphanumeric character, such as a star, dot, or arrow. Sometimes called `dingbats`, bullets are used to draw attention to a number of points in an article or report
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Bullet

Is a type of credit security which repays the entire principal on the maturity date. Prior to the maturity or prepayment of the bond, interest payments are to be made in accordance with the payment schedule.
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Bullet

[mascot] Bullet is the name of the horse that is ridden by the `Spirit Rider` at Oklahoma State University-Stillwater football games and other special events. The current Bullet is a black American quarter horse gelding. Bullet was introduced as an Oklahoma State tradition in 1984 by the late Dr. Eddy Finley as part of the Spirit Rider Prog...
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Bullet

[software] Bullet is a physics engine which simulates collision detection, soft and rigid body dynamics. Bullet has been used in video games as well as for visual effects in movies. Erwin Coumans, its main author, worked for Sony Computer Entertainment US R&D from 2003 until 2010, for AMD until 2014, and he now works for Google. The Bullet ...
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Bullet

[Fluke song] `Bullet` is the tenth single by the English electronic music band Fluke. Eventually released on the album, Oto the track was the first of two singles released by Fluke in 1995. In addition to the versions listed on this page a VHS promotional video release was created. ==Versions== ...
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