reserve

  1. formality and propriety of manner
  2. something kept back or saved for future use or a special purpose
  3. an athlete who plays only when another member of the team drops out
  4. (medicine) potential capacity to respond in order to maintain vital functions
  5. armed forces that are not on active duty but can be called in an emergency
  6. the trait of being uncommunicative; not volunteering anyt......

    reserve

    1 An area on a piece of pottery or porcelain that is left free of - or 'reserved' from - ground colour ready for a painted decoration in enamel colours. The slight ridge where the ground ends might be concealed by a painted line, which also frames the design. The term also refers to an area on textiles that is left free of colour or pattern (see ba …...

    reserve

    A known resource that can be exploited for profit with available technology under existing political and economic conditions.
    Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22291

    Reserve

    The auxiliary parachute carried on every intentional parachute jump
    Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20082

    Reserve

    • (n.) In exhibitions, a distinction which indicates that the recipient will get a prize if another should be disqualified. • (n.) That part of the assets of a bank or other financial institution specially kept in cash in a more or less liquid form as a reasonable provision for meeting all demands which may be made upon it; • (n.) Th...
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    reserve

    (from the article `central bank`) 5. Many central banks have the authority to fix and to vary, within limits, the minimum cash reserves that banks must hold against their deposit ... The third tool regards changes in reserve requirements. Commercial banks by law hold a specific percentage of their deposits and required reserves ... ....
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    reserve

    (from the article `coal mining`) Resources and reserves
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    reserve

    (re-zerv´) to hold back for future use. a supply beyond that ordinarily used, for use in an emergency. cardiac reserve an increase in cardiac output related to an increase in heart rate or stroke volume to meet body requirements.
    Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21001

    Reserve

    (v) Reserve is the action by which a portion of the property is en-marked for a special purpose and separated from the rest of the property while effecting any conveyance, assignments or other restructurings
    Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21213

    Reserve

    - ACCOUNT used to earmark a portion of EQUITY or fund balance to indicate that it is not available for expenditure. An obsolete term in the United States. More commonly used in Europe.
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    reserve

    1. <geology> Typically used to describe the amount of a substance which can be extracted from the earth with current technology at current prices. Typically much smaller than resources. ... 2. That which is reserved, or kept back, as for future use. 'The virgins, besides the oil in their lamps, carried likewise a reserve in some other vessel ...
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    reserve

    second-stringer noun an athlete who plays only when a starter on the team is replaced
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    reserve

    reticence noun the trait of being uncommunicative; not volunteering anything more than necessary
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    Reserve

    (probable) Part of a resource for which economic viability has been demonstrated at a confidence level which would justify a commitment to major expenditures.
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    Reserve

    (proven) Portion of a resource for which technical and economic factors have been established at a high confidence level. The term is generally restricted to that part of a reserve which is being developed or mined, or for which there is a detailed mining plan.
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    Reserve

    [accounting] In financial accounting, reserve is any part of shareholders` equity, except for basic share capital. In nonprofit accounting, an `operating reserve` is the unrestricted cash on hand available to sustain an organization, and nonprofit boards usually specify a target of maintaining several months of operating cash or a percentag...
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    Reserve

    Re·serve' noun [ French réserve .] 1. The act of reserving, or keeping back; reservation. « However any one may concur in the general scheme, it is still with certain reserves and deviations.» Addison. 2. That which is reserved, or kept back, as for...
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    Reserve

    Re·serve' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Reserved . (z...rvd'); present participle & verbal noun Reserving .] [ French réserver , Latin reservare , reservatum ; prefix re- re- + servare
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    Reserve

    A deposit of money held in order to meet unplanned needs; an entry in accounting that reflects contingent liabilities. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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    Reserve

    A largely American term indicating a wine of higher quality; it has no legal meaning.
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    Reserve

    a player who is under contract to a team, but who generally does not feature in first team games, except for when one or more first team players are suspended, injured, or otherwise unable to take their usual places in the starting lineup. Some clubs field a reserve team in non-competitive matches, or in a reserve league; the collective term reserv...
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    Reserve

    A reserve is a body of troops in the rear of an army drawn up for battle,
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    Reserve

    A reserve price is the lowest price the vendor will accept. This is agreed between the vendor and the Auctioneer. Most properties entered into the auction have a reserve price. This is confidential and not disclosed to any interested parties.
    Found on http://www.bbc.co.uk/homes/property/buying_auctionglossary.shtml

    Reserve

    A term given to wine to indicate that it is of higher quality than usual.
    Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20673

    Reserve

    A term given to wine to indicate that it is of higher quality than usual.
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