Conversion

Chemical process turning U3O8 into UF6 preparatory to enrichment.

Conversion

This stage in the refining process involves “breaking up� the large molecules into smaller ones to produce lighter compounds. Includes catalytic cracking and viscosity reduction.

conversion

In relation to shares, this means the conversion of one class of shares into a different class of shares.

Conversion

[gridiron football] The try (American football, also known as point(s) after touchdown, PAT) or convert (Canadian football) occurs immediately after a touchdown during which the scoring team is allowed to attempt to score one extra point by kicking the ball through the uprights in the manner of a field goal, or two points by bringing the ba...
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Conversion

[law] Conversion is a common law tort. A conversion is a voluntary act by one person inconsistent with the ownership rights of another. It is a tort of strict liability in the United Kingdom. Its criminal counterpart is not typically theft but rather criminal conversion, which differs from theft in the lack of intent to deprive the owner of...
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Conversion

Is the action of transforming a security into another security. A convertible bond, when exercised, will convert into the stipulated number of common shares.
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Conversion

In group health insurance, the opportunity given the insured and any covered dependents to change his or her group insurance to some form of individual insurance, without medical evaluation upon termination of his group insurance
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Conversion

This is the rate at which one currency is transformed into another. To convert from a national currency to the Euro, then you need to divide by the conversion rate and from the Euro to a national currency, multiply by the conversion rate.
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conversion

[n] - (psychiatry) a defense mechanism represses emotional conflicts which are then converted into physical symptoms that have no organic basis 2. [n] - an event that results in a transformation 3. [n] - a change of religion 4. [n] - interchange of subject and predicate of a proposition 5. [n] - a change in the units or form ...
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Conversion

a personal transformation or religious rebirth
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Conversion

Process of converting documents from one form to another, e.g. paper to digital.
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Conversion

To change the appearance of a standard model by adding or removing elements, manipulating components or by altering pose.
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Conversion

Confusingly, this word is often used in three ways: any first-time renewal (where it is also known as “sensitive renewal�); the process of converting Controlled Circulation readers into paid subscribers; and the process of converting Forced-Free Trial readers into paid subscribers
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Conversion

The process by which a mutual organisation such as a building society changes itself into a... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/conversion.htm?id=12445&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of conversion'>more</a>
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conversion

In religion, the act of winning new adherents to a particular faith, or of being won over to it. The term can also mean a change to a more pious attitude with repentance, leading to a general...
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Conversion

Literally the transformation of a base vehicle into a motorhome
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Conversion

Chemical process turning U3O8 into UF6 preparatory to enrichment
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Conversion

The CWC provides for the conversion of former CWPFs for peaceful use, upon the approval of the CSP and in circumstances when such action is merited due to the economic or industrial situation in a particular State Party.
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Conversion

The process of creating a three dimensional (3D) item from a flat sheet of paper. I.e. envelope conversion / box conversion.
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Conversion

Chemical process turning U3O8 into UF6 preparatory to enrichment.
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Conversion

In computer imaging, to change a CMYK file to RGB or vice versa, or to convert one file format to another.
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Conversion

Is the exchange of personal real property of one character or use for another.
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Conversion

Con·ver'sion noun [ Latin conversio : confer French conversion . See Convert .] 1. The act of turning or changing from one state or condition to another, or the state of being changed; transmutation; change. « Artificial conversion of water into ice. Baco...
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conversion

An unconscious defense mechanism by which the anxiety that stems from intrapsychic conflict is converted and expressed in a symbolic somatic. ... Origin: L. Con = with, versio = turning ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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conversion

transition noun an event that results in a transformation
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