PAR

Aviation acronym: Precision Approach Radar

Par

A bond that is trading at par is selling for the same amount as its face value

PAR

pulse acquisition radar
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Par

• (n.) An amount which is taken as an average or mean. • (n.) The number of strokes required for a hole or a round played without mistake, two strokes being allowed on each hole for putting. Par represents perfect play, whereas bogey makes allowance on some holes for human frailty. Thus if par for a course is 75, bogey is usually put down...
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par

(from the article `golf`) Every course has a par, which is defined as the score an expert (i.e., a scratch player) would be expected to make, and many courses also have a ...
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Par

(i) Price of 100%.
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Par

1. Equality. See at par. 2. Official value. See par value.
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Par

1. The standard number of strokes in which a scratch player would be expected to complete a hole or
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par

noun (golf) the standard number of strokes set for each hole on a golf course, or for the entire course; `a par-5 hole`; `par for this course is 72`
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Par

[golf scoring format] Par is a scoring system used mostly in amateur and club golf. It involves scoring (+, 0, -) based on results at each hole. The objective is to have an end score with more pluses than minuses. The result on each hole is always based on one`s handicap-adjusted score. For ease of explanation, assume a player`s handicap gi...
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Par

Par noun (Zoology) See Parr .
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Par

Par preposition [ French, from Latin per . See Per .] By; with; -- used frequently in Early English in phrases taken from the French, being sometimes written as a part of the word which it governs; as, par amour, or par amour; par cas, or par case; par
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PAR

abbreviation: Precision Approach Radar
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PAR

acronym: photosynthetically active radiation
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PAR

acronym: photosynthetically available radiation
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PAR

acronym: Project Appraisal Report
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Par

Basically, it is the standard number of scores which a scratch player is expected to finish a course or a hole.
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par

Can by a synonym for 'face value' as in the expression 'valuing a bond at par'. Contexts: finance
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Par

Equal to the nominal or face value of a security. A bond selling at par is worth an amount equivalent to its original issue value or its value upon redemption at maturity-typically $1000/bond. See: Discount, premium.
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Par

Equal to the nominal or face value of a security. A bond selling at par is worth an amount equivalen
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par

equal, like.
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Par

Expected number of strokes it should take to play a hole.
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Par

In golf, par is the number of strokes a scratch player should need to complete a hole, or course. The number of strokes takes into consideration the length of the hole or course as well as any obstacles, with two strokes being allowed for the putting. A par 3 hole is then, one which allows one stroke to place the ball on the green and a further two...
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Par

It refers to an equivalence between the market price and the nominal or face value of stocks,bonds,bills of exchange.Stocks when sold at nominal value are at par, above par for a higher value and below par for a lower value.
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par

Latin, meaning: equal, like
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