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deposit

 [de-poz´it]
1. sediment or dregs.
2. extraneous inorganic matter collected in the tissues or in an organ of the body.

de·pos·it

(dĕ-poz'it),
1. A sediment or precipitate.
2. A pathologic accumulation of inorganic material in a tissue.
[L. de-pono, pp. -positus, to lay down]

deposit

/de·pos·it/ (de-poz´it)
1. sediment or dregs.
2. extraneous inorganic matter collected in the tissues or in an organ of the body.

deposit

[dəpoz′it]
Etymology: L, de, from + ponere to place
1 sediment or dregs.
2 extraneous inorganic matter collected in the tissues or in a viscus or cavity.
3 hard or soft material laid down on a tooth surface, such as dental calculus or plaque.

de·pos·it

(dĕ-poz'it)
1. A sediment or precipitate.
2. A pathologic accumulation of inorganic material in a tissue.
[L. de-pono, pp. -positus, to lay down]

de·pos·it

(dĕ-poz'it)
1. Sediment or precipitate.
2. Pathologic accumulation of inorganic material in a tissue.
[L. de-pono, pp. -positus, to lay down]

deposit

1. sediment or dregs.
2. extraneous inorganic matter collected in the tissues or in an organ of the body.
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Each depositor can make withdrawals when he receives signals in period 1.
In cases where bankbooks are stolen, the rules would oblige banks to fully reimburse depositors if the holders of the bankbooks are not at fault.
In an energy consumption like-for-like test run over 100 ready meals, the Steck Dimension depositor was using 290 litres of air while the rival depositor, was using 800 litres.
Unlike federal government deposit insurance, rapid payment to depositors was perceived as maintaining depositor discipline to guard against loss in value.
This forces depositors to spend a considerable amount of time and effort placing and monitoring deposits at multiple banks all over town and, in some cases, all over the country.
On the other hand, reductions in potential losses and in delays in payment could reduce depositor discipline on banks, thereby increasing the banks' fragility and the probability of failure.
The optimal Diamond-Dybvig payouts give the ex ante (as of period 0) optimal sharing of resources between patient and impatient, assuming that depositors ask for the withdrawal intended for their type.
The vast majority of depositors were mechanics, tradesmen, laborers, and domestic servants.
For the first time, payments of compensations to depositors of bankrupt banks are carried out in the non-cash form.
In our role as risk minimisers, we work with CBK to survey bank portfolios, examine their strength and ensure depositors and creditors get quick compensation in case of failure,'' Mohamud said.
This matching of short-term supply and long-term demand for money assumes that it is unlikely that depositors will simultaneously demand the repayment of their deposits (the funds they have lent to the banks), irrespective of the fact that they may have the right to do so.