Hedge-writer

Definitions

  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Hedge-writer a Grub-street author
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
A.S. hecg, hegg; Dut. hegge, Ger. hecke.

Usage

In literature:

Would the writer have everybody who is in need of recreation go into the country, mend kettles under hedges, and make pony shoes in dingles?
"The Romany Rye a sequel to "Lavengro"" by George Borrow
Would the writer have everybody who is in need of recreation go into the country, mend kettles under hedges, and make pony shoes in dingles?
"The Romany Rye A Sequel to 'Lavengro'" by George Borrow
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In news:

Core group of artists, writers serve up Hedge Apple magazine.
Writer-director Peter Hedges drew on his own role as a father for "The Odd Life of Timothy Green".
Hedges is an Academy Award-nominated director and writer.
2012 100 minutes Rated R. Writer-director Nicholas Jarecki (brother of documentary makers Andrew Jarecki and Eugene Jarecki) gives Richard Gere his best role in years, as the respected director of a corrupt Manhattan hedge fund.
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In science:

If the initial capital x of the writer exceeds p(H ) then he is able to hedge H perfectly, i.e. he can follow some trading strategy π such that the wealth process at the final time is greater than H , i.e.
Minimizing shortfall risk for multiple assets derivatives
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