Principal

The original amount of the loan, the capital.
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Principal

• (n.) One of turrets or pinnacles of waxwork and tapers with which the posts and center of a funeral hearse were formerly crowned. • (n.) In English organs the chief open metallic stop, an octave above the open diapason. On the manual it is four feet long, on the pedal eight feet. In Germany this term corresponds to the English open diap...
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Principal

(1) The total amount of money being borrowed or lent. (2) The party affected by agent decisions in a principal-agent relationship.
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Principal

(1) The total amount of money being borrowed or lent. (2) The party affected by agent decisions in a principal-agent relationship.
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Principal

(1) The total amount of money being borrowed or lent. (2) The party affected by agent decisions in a
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principal

(from the article `diapason`) On the organ, the open and stopped diapason are two basic stops, or ranks of pipes sounding a given tone colour. Open diapason pipes are also known ... ...large- and small-scale ranks often imitate the tones of flutes and bowed strings respectively, and are named accordingly, the most characteristic ... ...
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principal

(from the article `insurance`) ...bonds fill the gap left by theft insurance, which always excludes losses from persons in a position of trust. A bond involves three contracting ...
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Principal

- Face amount of a SECURITY, exclusive of any PREMIUM or INTEREST. The basis for INTEREST computations.
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Principal

- The original amount of the loan, the capital.
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Principal

1) one who commits the crime or is main accomplice in the crime 2) One who holds the high rank in business or job and who directs his/her subordinates to act as an agent on his behalf to ceate a legal relationship with the third party.
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Principal

1) The amount of a loan (or bond) excluding interest, 2) An entity for whom an agent acts....more on Principal
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principal

1. Highest in rank, authority, character, importance, or degree; most considerable or important; chief; main; as, the principal officers of a Government; the principal men of a state; the principal productions of a country; the principal arguments in a case. 'Wisdom is the principal thing.' (Prov. Iv. 7) ... 2. Of or pertaining to a prince; princel...
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Principal

1. One of the main parties to a transaction. For example, the buyer and seller are principals in the
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Principal

1. The initial amount of a loan, thus not including interest. 2. The person or other entity on whose behalf an agent acts, in the Principal Agent Theory.
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principal

principal sum noun capital as contrasted with the income derived from it
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principal

school principal noun the educator who has executive authority for a school; `she sent unruly pupils to see the principal`
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Principal

[academia] The Principal is the chief executive and the chief academic officer of a university or college in certain parts of the Commonwealth. ==Canada== Queen`s University and McGill University in Canada have Principals instead of Presidents or Rectors, as a result of their Scottish origins. In addition the Royal Military College of Canad...
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Principal

[commercial law] In commercial law, a principal is a person, legal or natural, who authorizes an agent to act to create one or more legal relationships with a third party. This branch of law is called agency and relies on the common law proposition qui facit per alium, facit per se (Latin `he who acts through another, acts personally`). It ...
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Principal

[computer security] A principal in computer security is an entity that can be authenticated by a computer system or network. It is referred to as a security principal in Java and Microsoft literature. Principals can be individual people, computers, services, computational entities such as processes and threads, or any group of such things. ...
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Principal

[music] The principal musician in an orchestra or other large musical ensemble is the leader of the group of musicians playing that instrument. Every instrumental group (or section) has a principal who is generally responsible for leading the group and playing orchestral solos. The violins are divided into two groups, first violin and secon...
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Principal

Prin'ci·pal adjective [ French, from Latin principalis . See Prince .] 1. Highest in rank, authority, character, importance, or degree; most considerable or important; chief; main; as, the principal officers of a Government; the principal men of a state; the pri...
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Principal

A dealer who buys or sells stock for his/her own account.
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Principal

A person or company for whom an agent acts.The face value of a debt... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/principal.htm?id=1164&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of principal'>more</a>
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Principal

A person or organisation able to make, and obliged to fulfil, all the conditions of a contract.
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Principal

A person or organisation able to make, and obliged to fulfil, all the conditions of a contract.
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