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short-term

Pert. to a brief period of time, usually as long as a day but less than a month. In business and finance, the same period is a year or less.
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the reasons for any material differences between average short-term borrowings for the reporting period and period-end short-term borrowings.
Berry said, "When we compared the people with low short-term but high lifetime predicted risk with those individuals who had low short-term and low predicted risk, we found that the former group had a greater prevalence and progression of atherosclerosis.
Sailors are not authorized to execute short-term extensions to remain on active duty or to complete a college course prior to separation.
Yet, the push for short-term results is a powerful determinant of behavior.
There is no doubt that the injection of short-term "performance enhancing" tactics can "bulk up" short-term sales, but at what price?
The short-term care insurance state approvals directory can be accessed via the organization's website at www.shorttermcareinsurance.org.
He adds that clear regulations in Dubai also improve the quality of the accommodation and the service, creating a better reputation for the short-term rental industry.
Sometimes, the solutions--such as adding more signage for short-term guests--confuses long-term residents, who might wonder whether their building is morphing into a hotel.
Short-term rental operators will also need to post the rental unit's address, emergency services contact information, the floor plan with fire exits and escape routes, maximum occupancy limits and the operator's contact information in an obvious place within the short-term rental unit.
Canon said that a report from Short-Term Rental Helper found 350 short-term rental units in the town in March, up five from February.
Adult short-term electrodes for 12-lead diagnostic ECG
Short-Term Foreign-Currency IDR: 'F3', placed on RWN