time deposit

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n time deposit a certificate of deposit from which withdrawals can be made only after advance notice or at a specified future date
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Usage

In literature:

At the same time, without being conscious of it, I must have deposited the parchment in my own pocket.
"The Short-story" by William Patterson Atkinson
The money will be deposited with the company, to be paid to you, with interest, when the time expires.
"A Son Of The Sun" by Jack London
It was our original hope to land on Orcon, deposit the drums, and fire them by a time fuse.
"The Winged Men of Orcon" by David R. Sparks
Interest is paid on time deposits.
"Sparkling Gems of Race Knowledge Worth Reading" by Various
A piece of pork and a slice of veal were deposited in the frying pan, ready to be cooked at the proper time.
"Little By Little" by William Taylor Adams
I deposited a bottle with a paper of statistics, which some native has probably found by this time.
"Two Years with the Natives in the Western Pacific" by Felix Speiser
A short time afterward the Indian was deposited in a room.
"The Pearl of Lima" by Jules Verne
Nabounid recounts the unsuccessful efforts that had been made before his time to recover possession of the precious deposit.
"A History of Art in Chaldæa & Assyria, v. 1" by Georges Perrot
The time needed for the slow accumulation of the whole series of deposits must have been very considerable.
"Man And His Ancestor" by Charles Morris
Driscoll, in sole charge of his own defence, insisted that her deposition be read, but Lopez would permit no such waste of time.
"The Missourian" by Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
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In poetry:

OLD TIME, in whose bank we deposit our notes,
Is a miser who always wants guineas for groats;
He keeps all his customers still in arrears
By lending them minutes and charging them years.
"Our Banker" by Oliver Wendell Holmes

In news:

The cores consist of annual snowfalls, which include molecules of the atmosphere at the time the snow was deposited.
Tests from ash deposited at the Cache Creek landfill in July showed levels of leachable cadmium as much as six times the allowable limit.
You too can read, for the first time, excerpts of deposition statements from Arpaio's leaders and foot soldiers.
Safe Harbor For Timely Deposit Of Employee Contributions To Small Plans.
Both times, most recently in 2002, Droste put down her deposit, signifying her interest.
The moraine was formed when the edge of a melting glacier stopped for a period of time, depositing a pile of rocky debris in one location.
Remote deposit capture saves time and money for medical practice .
I telephoned the Cowlitz County Treasurer's office and asked if I could prepay or make a deposit on my 2013 real estate tax, as the new 2013 value statements were mailed some time ago.
I was told I was being taken on vacation and was instead deposited in a hospital, spanked on the bottom and put into bed, where I proceeded to scream my little head off for the duration of my time there.
CDs are time deposits, designed to hatch a return of principle plus interest at a future date.
If you're a court junkie, or have the misfortune (as some of us poor reporters do) of being forced professionally to spend a lot of time reading legal documents, the just-released Moynihan deposition in MBIA v.
It's time to sign a law putting unclaimed bottle deposits into a fund to protect the environment.
It states that Suh and his sister, who is his business manager, violated a state law that security deposits cannot be more than 1 1/2 times the monthly rent and refuse to give back property the couple left behind.
He told Credit Union Times he would like to see the three NCUA officials provide depositions for the case.
A organic deposit, which, with time and burial stresses would become coal.
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In science:

The time increment for each trial on the available squares is given by k/A with k generated using Eq. (40), with p being the ratio of the area on which we try our deposition to the total area; it is equal to a2/L2 times the number of available squares.
Series expansion and computer simulation studies of random sequential adsorption
Such artificial multi-layers (supermirrors) have been produced by physical vapor deposition by Mezei for the first time .
Polarized Neutron Scattering
This is because much hope has been deposited in their capabilities to reach sufficient sensitivity to measure GWs for the first time.
The detection of Gravitational Waves
MeV using the time-of-flight method of the photons. A trigger is generated by ≈ 15− 20 PMT hits occurring in a time window of 60 ns corresponding to a threshold of about 50 keV energy deposition.
Astrophysical Neutrino Telescopes
As discussed later on, the detection of this fast component leads to the possibility to identify energy deposit close to the surface by using the time evolution of the rise of the phonon signal.
Direct search for WIMP dark matter
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