from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The act or process of rolling over.
- n. An accident in which a motor vehicle overturns.
- n. The act or an instance of rolling over funds: an IRA rollover.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. the act of rolling over
- n. a road traffic accident in which a vehicle overturns
- n. a graphic element that changes its shape or colour when the cursor moves over it
- n. the process of reinvesting funds in a new issue of the same or similar investment
- n. in the National or European lottery, the situation in which a jackpot that has not been won is carried over to the next week
- n. A target on the pinball table that is activated when the ball rolls over it.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of changing the institution that invests your pension plan without incurring a tax penalty
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We're $9 into that already, due to rollover from the previous poem, so it only needs another $11.
As such, the minimum roof strength requirement is sometimes called a rollover standard.
When the rollover is run in tandem with a display ad next to the video box, the chance of someone clicking can be 46 times as good.
As of now, it appears he has a full plate -- finding a Tax Collector (tip 'o the hat to LES!) and a Health Officer, cleaning up behind the late, lamented Carlton McGee (a notes rollover is due in two months), and managing the budget process which is now SERIOUSLY OVERDUE.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Right now we're getting close to where we call rollover, where the gases that are collected, the smoke is actually starting to burn.
The special servicer has hired a broker with the focus on maintaining occupancy and renewing near-term rollover tenants.
PPG Place is a solid bull's eye with regard to our long-stated acquisition criteria: prime infill location in a top tier submarket with significant barriers to entry, priced below replacement cost, limited near-term rollover exposure and a diversified and financially sound customer base.
Publishers can also opt-in to a keyword rollover feature similar to Kontera's that pops up a window with a few relevant Tweets when you mouse over a link in the text of an article.
"The low near term rollover and the strong tenancy of Walmart as well as the other national tenants will provide a good source of long term stable cash flow."
And just to add some color to what Guy said, the deal flow in Europe is particularly attractive in cases where there is near-term rollover of leases.