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dictionary-maker
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English-Bulgarian dictionary. 2013.

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  • maker — mak·er n: one (as an issuer) that undertakes to pay a negotiable instrument and esp. a note sign a note as maker rather than indorser Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. maker …   Law dictionary

  • Electronic dictionary — An nihongo|electronic dictionary|電子辞書|denshi jisho is a small handheld computer with integrated reference materials. In some languages, such as Japanese or Korean, the usage of the term is slightly broader, including CD ROM dictionaries and… …   Wikipedia

  • Softwell Maker — Infobox Software name = Softwell Maker 2 logo = caption = Softwell Maker 2 developer = Softwell Solutions Ltda latest release version = 2.4.1.43 latest release date = release date|2008|07|15 latest preview version = latest preview date =… …   Wikipedia

  • co-maker — One who becomes obligated, an obligor, under a negotiable instrument such as a check or promissory note by signing his or her name along with the name of the original obligor, thereby promising to pay on it in full. A co maker is a type of… …   Law dictionary

  • market maker — An individual or entity that stands ready to buy or sell financial instruments at all times. Market makers quote both a bid and an offer price to the market. Market makers provide liquidity to markets. They profit from the spread between bid and… …   Financial and business terms

  • Google Map Maker — Mapmaker redirects here. For other uses, see Mapmaker (disambiguation). Google Map Maker Screenshot of the town of Ísafjörður, Iceland in Google Map …   Wikipedia

  • Marcel Lapierre (Bow maker) — Marcel Charles Lapierre (b.1907 d.1979) was French bow maker / Archetier who has been described as a Maker of very fine bows much sought after by soloists. [1] Born 1907 in Mirecourt, served his apprenticeship in Jérôme Thibouville Lamy from 1921 …   Wikipedia

  • exempt market maker — A person who is registered as a market maker with the London Stock Exchange in relation to the securities in the target company or, if applicable, the bidder, or is accepted by the Panel on Takeovers and Mergers as a market maker in those… …   Law dictionary

  • Chair-maker — Since the mid 17th century a chair maker is a craftsman in the furniture trades specializing in chairs. Before that time seats were made by joiners, turners, and coffermakers, and woven seats were made by basketmakers.[1] In 18th century London,… …   Wikipedia

  • co–maker — co–mak·er / kō ˌmā kər/ n: one of two or more persons who sign an instrument to indicate a promise to pay a financial obligation ◇ Any co maker may be sued for the entire amount of the indebtedness, although a co maker who is forced to pay more… …   Law dictionary

  • market maker — Generally, a person who holds himself out on the financial markets on a continuous basis as being willing to deal on own account by buying and selling financial instruments against his proprietary capital at prices defined by him. In the UK, a… …   Law dictionary

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