Floater

An insurance policy that covers specific items of personal property, such as jewelry.
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Floater

A variable rate bond.
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FLOATER

A serve with no spin that follows an erratic path.
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Floater

Skydivers who leave the airplane before the base are called floaters since they must use a slow fall rate to get up to the base. Floating also refers to an exit position outside the airplane
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Floater

• (n.) A float for indicating the height of a liquid surface. • (n.) One who floats or swims. • A person, as a delegate to a convention or a member of a legislature, who represents an irregular constituency, as one formed by a union of the voters of two counties neither of which has a number sufficient to be allowed a (or an extra......
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floater

<ophthalmology> One or more spots that appear to drift in front of the eye, caused by a shadow cast on the retina by vitreous debris or separation of the vitreous humour from the retina. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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floater

(from the article `eye disease`) One of the most common visual symptoms is the sensation of small black objects floating in front of the eye, known as `floaters.` These move with the ...
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floater

(from the article `surfing`) ...the apparatus upon which surfers perform spectacular maneuvers such as `tailslides` (withdrawing the fins from the wave and allowing the board to ...
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floater

floating policy noun an insurance policy covering loss of movable property (e.g. jewelry) regardless of its location
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Floater

Float'er noun 1. One who floats or swims. 2. A float for indicating the height of a liquid surface.
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Floater

Float'er (Politics) (a) A voter who shifts from party to party, esp. one whose vote is purchasable. [ U. S.] (b) A person, as a delegate to a convention or a member of a legislature, who represents an irregular constituency, as one formed by a union of the voters of two counties neither of which has a numb...
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Floater

a floating bait, often refers to dog biscuits, trout pellets or similar
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Floater

A ball that goes where the lane lets it; the ball is released badly with no particular lift or turn.
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Floater

A ball that has little or no lift or turn, which therefore follows the path of least resistance down
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Floater

A bond whose interest rate varies with the interest rate of another debt instrument, e.g., a bond that has the interest rate of the Treasury bill +.25%.
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Floater

a delivery bowled by a spinner that travels in a highly arched path appearing to 'float' in the air.
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Floater

a delivery bowled by a spinner that travels in a highly arched path appearing to 'float' in the air.
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floater

A necklace where gemstones or pearls are strung on almost invisible string, so that they appear to float on the neck
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Floater

A small candle shaped with a rounded or tapered bottom so it floats in water. Floaters must be designed to core burn so that the wax stays contained and doesn't run into the water.
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Floater

A small candle shaped with a rounded or tapered bottom so it floats in water. Floaters must be designed to core burn so that the wax stays contained and doesn't run into the water.
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Floater

An unattached adult (not paired) that may challenge a breeding bird for a nest site.
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Floater

Any debris that has washed offshore. Normally holds Dorado and Wahoo.
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Floater

Currency
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Floater

Floater is slang for a drowned corpse.
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Floater

Floater: A blurry spot that seems to drift in front of the eyes but does not block vision. The blur is the result of debris from the vitreous of the eye casting a shadow on the retina. The spot is the image formed by a deposit of protein drifting about in the vitreous, the clear jelly-like substance that fills the middle of the eye. Floaters are of...
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