Clearing

The last stage of the Admissions Cycle (the time of year when university applications are made). Universities aim to fill up any spare places on the courses they offer. Usually starts around the 15th August (the day students get their A-level results).
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Clearing

Running or passing the ball from the defensive half of the field to the attack goal area.
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Clearing

Removal of windfall trees, uproots, leaning trees, loose limbs, wood chunks, etc. from both the vertical and horizontal trail corridor.
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Clearing

Is the process of financial guarantee between clearing members. This activity intends to eliminate the risk of contractual or transactional default. For example, two clients execute a trade through two different clearing member firms. The clients are solvent but at the end of the day one of the clearing members is not. This transaction through a cl...
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Clearing

The process of matching, registering and guaranteeing transactions.
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clearing

[n] - a tract of land with few or no trees in the middle of a wooded area 2. [n] - the act of freeing from suspicion 3. [n] - the act of removing solid particles from a liquid
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Clearing

The process of registering and guaranteeing the financial settlement of futures and options transactions and the settling of differences between clearing members.
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Clearing

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Clearing

A system operated by UCAS which allows students to identify and apply to places on courses that still have vacancies, after the publication of A level and other equivalent results.
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Clearing

The process operated by UCAS through which students who have not been awarded a place at a university are matched up with those places still available.
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Clearing

Clear'ing noun 1. The act or process of making clear. « The better clearing of this point. South. » 2. A tract of land cleared of wood for cultivation. « A lonely clearing on the shores of Moxie Lake. J. Burroughs. » 3....
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clearing

glade noun a tract of land with few or no trees in the middle of a wooded area
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Clearing

• (n.) The act or process of making clear. • (n.) A method adopted by banks and bankers for making an exchange of checks held by each against the others, and settling differences of accounts. • (n.) The gross amount of the balances adjusted in the clearing house. • (n.) A tract of land cleared of wood for cultivation. • (p....
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clearing

the process of releasing a telecommunication connection so that its various constituent links and functional units are correctly returned to their free condition
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clearing

clearing, in banking, the periodic settling of bankers' claims against each other, for which local banks establish clearinghouse associations. Clearinghouses are said to have existed in Florence by A.D. 800. They were certainly perfected in Lyons by 1463, and their use was widespread in 18th-century...
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Clearing

The process of registration, settlement, margin and the provision of a guarantee.
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Clearing

Is the process of financial guarantee between clearing members. This activity intends to eliminate the risk of contractual or transactional default.
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Clearing

(i) Generally, the process of transferring futures and options contracts to a clearing house and holding them there. In full CCP clearing, the clearing house, through the process of novation, protects both participants to the trade from counterparty risk. This is usually done soon after a trade is executed and certainly every day. (ii) On the LME t...
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Clearing

[telecommunications] Clearing, in telecommunications means: Note: An AIS need not be disconnected from any external network before clearing takes place. Clearing enables a product to be reused within, but not outside of, a secure facility. It does not produce a declassified product by itself, but may be the first step in the declassificatio...
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Clearing

[finance] In banking and finance, clearing denotes all activities from the time a commitment is made for a transaction until it is settled. Clearing of payments is necessary to turn the promise of payment (for example, in the form of a cheque or electronic payment request) into actual movement of money from one bank to another. In trading, ...
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Clearing

Getting the puck out of your defensive zone, so the other team can
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Clearing

(i) Generally, the process of transferring futures and options contracts to a clearing house and holding them there. In full CCP clearing, the clearing house, through the process of novation, protects both participants to the trade from counterparty risk. This is usually done soon after a trade is executed and certainly every day. (ii) On the LME t...
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