Definitions

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  • adj. Not deployed.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ deployed

Examples

  • Research firm Preqin says U.S.-focused private-equity funds have some $213 billion in undeployed capital that needs to be used by 2016, near a record amount.

    Private-Equity Companies Ride the Market's Wave

  • Such undeployed capital stood at a record $280 billion among U. S.-focused buyout firms at the end of 2009, according to research firm Preqin.

    Private Equity's Cash Problem

  • From a technical standpoint, BP has botched nearly every aspect of the Gulf oil spill -- from malfunctioning equipment and lax operational protocols to undeployed booms, failed containment attempts and banned dispersants.

    Top 10 BP Protests

  • Invented at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and used on the Mercedes-Benz SL and other cars, the AutoROPS is a passive roll bar that generally sits behind the operator at roughly that person's shoulder height and allows passage beneath any low-hanging obstacle (it's shown in a undeployed position).

    AutoROPS is designed to prevent tractor and riding-mower rollovers

  • Their investing timelines could be shorter, they can better plan for the future, and they'll need to keep less undeployed capital, or "dry powder," on reserve.

    Auren Hoffman: A Second(ary) Chance for Venture Capital

  • Invented at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and used on the Mercedes-Benz SL and other cars, the AutoROPS is a passive roll bar that generally sits behind the operator at roughly that person's shoulder height and allows passage beneath any low-hanging obstacle it's shown in a undeployed position.

    AutoROPS is designed to prevent tractor and riding-mower rollovers

  • In the credit-rating agency's most-recent downgrade of Hartford earlier this week, Standard & Poor's cited the stock market's newest leg down, saying the additional capital required to fund Hartford's potential increase in variable-annuity reserves on top of additional investment losses, "could meaningfully exceed the undeployed capital resources Hartford has on its balance sheet."

    Hartford Is in Deal Talks With Sun Life

  • The International Software Consortium moved fast to patch BIND, but the patch is not very effective, mostly undeployed, and reportedly unstable.

    Internet: Threat Level Red

  • White Mountains Chief Executive Ray Barrette said the deal would allow White Mountains to exit what are known as runoff businesses "with potentially volatile reserves, to significantly reduce undeployed capital and to redeem one-sixth of the company's shares at a small premium" to book value.

    White Mountains, Berkshire Hathaway

  • The White House included items unrelated to Afghanistan and the far costlier combat in Iraq, including $724 million for a mostly undeployed U.N. peacekeeping mission to Sudan's Darfur region and $106 million backing U.S. commitments to a nuclear deal with North Korea.

    More Money for Iraq,

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