from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Conducted within, coming from, or being within an organization or group: an in-house computer system; in-house counsel; an in-house newsletter.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Alternative spelling of in house.
- adv. Alternative spelling of in house.
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As part of its vote Monday, the CFTC banned so-called in-house repurchase agreements, or repos, in which one part of a futures firm swaps customer assets for securities such as municipal bonds or foreign-government bonds held at another part of the firm, pocketing the higher interest rates the securities yield.
Players fled to their changing rooms, from where the Al-Ahly team called their in-house television channel to give eye witness accounts and denounce the lack of security.
"I would have preferred it if Marc had kept the remarks in-house, that is how we do things at Biarritz," said Yachvili, who finds himself on the bench.
The new rule also bars firms from using client money so that one arm of the company can lend to another, a complex transaction known as an in-house repurchase agreement.
If you want to top your own, they're making all their organic condiments in-house even jarring their own pickles, resulting in hand-ground mustard, slow-roasted tomato not-quite-ketchup, a hot sauce so blistering that making it requires goggles, and roasted garlic mayo, which, assuming you persist in eating dirty water dogs, is the very clinic you'll need treatment from.
It sees an exciting year for NetEase.com on the back of its "high quality pipeline games, which consist of proven 'Blizzard' games and in-house developed games including 'Cataclysm' and 'StarCraft II,' as well as a robust advertising landscape."
Warner Bros., CBS and Lorre nonetheless signed off on his in-house plan, hiring a team of professionals to monitor Sheen's condition.
The Obama administration is deploying squadrons of in-house experts to help budget-strapped states figure out how to save money on Medicaid, the health program for the poor that has been a source of rising tensions between state capitals and Washington.
Jairo Leon, who seems to have been the company's last in-house designer, was fired Sunday evening.
My collaborator was his longtime in-house editor, a rather homely and forbidding “old pro” of long experience, much older than me.
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