Factor n. means: A steward or bailiff of an estate.
Factor n. means: A steward or bailiff of an estate.
Factor (n.) means: A steward or bailiff of an estate.
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Factor (n.): One who transacts business for another; an agent; a substitute; especially, a mercantile agent who buys and sells goods and transacts business for others in commission; a commission merchant or consignee. He may be a home factor or a foreign factor. He may buy and sell in his own name, and he is intrusted with the possession and control of the goods; and in these respects he differs from a broker.
Del credere (): An agreement by which an agent or factor, in consideration of an additional premium or commission (called a del credere commission), engages, when he sells goods on credit, to insure, warrant, or guarantee to his principal the solvency of the purchaser, the engagement of the factor being to pay the debt himself if it is not punctually discharged by the buyer when it becomes due.
Factored (imp. & p. p.): of Factor
Factoring (p. pr. & vb. n.): of Factor
Factoress (n.): A factor who is a woman.
Factorship (n.): The business of a factor.
Proxenet (n.): A negotiator; a factor.
Factor (n.): A steward or bailiff of an estate.
Factor (v. t.): To resolve (a quantity) into its factors.
Doer (v. t. & i.): An agent or attorney; a factor.
Versor (n.): The turning factor of a quaternion.
Commissionnaire (n.): An agent or factor; a commission merchant.
Victualer (n.): One who deals in grain; a corn factor.
Factor (n.): One of the elements or quantities which, when multiplied together, from a product.
Coucher (n.): A factor or agent resident in a country for traffic.
Factorage (n.): The allowance given to a factor, as a compensation for his services; -- called also a commission.
Factor (n.): One of the elements, circumstances, or influences which contribute to produce a result; a constituent.
Consignee (n.): The person to whom goods or other things are consigned; a factor; -- correlative to consignor.
Agent (n.): One who acts for, or in the place of, another, by authority from him; one intrusted with the business of another; a substitute; a deputy; a factor.
Address (v.): To consign or intrust to the care of another, as agent or factor; as, the ship was addressed to a merchant in Baltimore.
Writer (n.): A clerk of a certain rank in the service of the late East India Company, who, after serving a certain number of years, became a factor.
Invoice (n.): A written account of the particulars of merchandise shipped or sent to a purchaser, consignee, factor, etc., with the value or prices and charges annexed.
Cube (n.): The product obtained by taking a number or quantity three times as a factor; as, 4x4=16, and 16x4=64, the cube of 4.
Agency (n.): The office of an agent, or factor; the relation between a principal and his agent; business of one intrusted with the concerns of another.
Commission (n.): The brokerage or allowance made to a factor or agent for transacting business for another; as, a commission of ten per cent on sales. See Del credere.
Exponent (n.): A number, letter, or any quantity written on the right hand of and above another quantity, and denoting how many times the latter is repeated as a factor to produce the power indicated
Tensor (n.): The ratio of one vector to another in length, no regard being had to the direction of the two vectors; -- so called because considered as a stretching factor in changing one vector into another. See Versor.
Coefficient (n.): A number, commonly used in computation as a factor, expressing the amount of some change or effect under certain fixed conditions as to temperature, length, volume, etc.; as, the coefficient of expansion; the coefficient of friction.
Dimension (n.): A literal factor, as numbered in characterizing a term. The term dimensions forms with the cardinal numbers a phrase equivalent to degree with the ordinal; thus, a2b2c is a term of five dimensions, or of the fifth degree.
Root (n.): That factor of a quantity which when multiplied into itself will produce that quantity; thus, 3 is a root of 9, because 3 multiplied into itself produces 9; 3 is the cube root of 27.
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andy french factor means: This is what it was called in David Baddiel's school, as described in The Mary Whitehouse Experience, but the practice is pretty much universal. The Andy French factor is a factor of 10 by which, when you are telling of your sexual encounters, you can multiply the number of said encounters. You can also exaggerate the nature of your encounters. e.g. If your sexual history consists of one dry kiss (don't laugh, everyone's history was that once, if you go back far enough), the Andy French factor allows you to claim you have had 10 encounters, at least one of those involving sex. If you remember your 0-times table from school, you will note that if you haven't done anything, the Andy French factor means you have to admit to it, as 0 times 10 is 0
PUCKER FACTOR means: assessment of the 'fear factor,' as in the difficulty/risk in an upcoming mission.
Drift Factor means: A measure of reliability of a sailor. If they have a high drift factor, they can't be relied upon.
Pucker Factor means: How scary something is.
Drift Factor means: If you have a high one, you aren’t reliable.
middle for diddle! means: Exclam. An announcement at the beginning of a game of darts to determine who should throw first, the deciding factor being the nearest to the bullseye.
eal cyclist means: r You are only a Real Cyclist when the net worth of your cycling equipment exceeds the net worth of your automobile(s) by a factor of >= 3!
Waterbag means: A canvass waterbag usually hung on the front end of a car predominately in the outback areas to keep the water cool enough to quench a person's thirst in hot weather. Also a safety survival factor in areas where long distance travel is required
The medevac helicopter was an especially important factor in enhancing and sustaining troop morale in the field. Soldiers knew that if they were wounded, the probability was high that they would be transported quickly to a means: nearly 98 percent of those wounded in action were evacuated from the battlefield alive, and no battle- field was more than one hour's flying time from a hospital.
SA means: Situational Awareness. An allencompassing term for keeping track of what’s happening when flying. SA involves knowing what your airplane is doing relative to its envelope, where your adversary is and what he’s up to, where the ground is, the status of enemy threats on the ground, and hundreds of other variables. Loss of situational awareness is often cited as a contributing factor tomany military-aviation mishaps.
KICKER means: Kicker is American and Canadian slang for a hidden and disadvantageous factor, such as a clause in a contract. Kicker is American slang for a clincher.Kicker is American slang for something exciting. Kicker is American slang for loan fees.
Twink code means: Aa code to identify the different types of Twinkie. (ed: This list copied from 'http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs.cmu.edu/user/scotts/bulgarians/twink-code.txt' July 2005 - Note: date of creation unknown, Note: formatting not 100% perfect) TwinkCode v1.10alpha This is *not* the new and approved twink code (at least, not yet, but I'm hoping). It applies some major changes/additions to v1.00. These changes will be identified by a new material triangle ____ \\// New material \/ *** new material here /\ //\\ end new material changed material will also be marked, with smaller triangles __ \/ changed I hope this makes review and comment easier. TwinkCode v1.10 ____ \\// New material \/ Some people out here aren't satisfied with BearCode or SmurfCode. It doesn't speak to us. We're twinks, and damn proud of it. While bears live for hair and smurfs for humor, a twink lives for style. As such, style factors are the major way of recognizing a twink. Unlike bears and smurfs, a twink's style can't be rated by degree--to be a twink, one must have a good sense of style. The ideal twink knows what he can't wear, and how to wear what he can. The clothes make the twink. Clothing is not exclusively the determining factor in a twink, though. The twink's crowning glory is his hair. Long or short, straight or wavy, it must be perfect. Hell is a lifetime of bad hair. The main Twink identifier is a 4 part code comprised of: T - Type of twink C - Color of Hair L - Length of Hair(and whether it's (s)traight, (w)avy, or (c)urly) T - Type of twink 1 - BeachTwink: The beach twink is often a sun- bleached blonde, well tanned, and well defined. Sub-genres of beach twink are the VBall Twink and SurferTwink. 2 - NuevoWest Twink: The old west was never quite like this. Colorful, sharp, and not nearly weathered enough, if cowboys were fashion slaves,they'd look like this. 3 - Street Twink: Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch have nothing on this twink. Urban fashion, be it rap or grunge, is raised to an art form by this delicious one. 4 - The All-American Twink: Remember that quarterback you could never have in high school? This *is* him. Athletic, active, it's amazing how his hair stays in place. 5 - EuroTwink: Think of Armani suits. Think of Italian convertibles. The finest European designers would love to have him on the runway. 6 - The Twink Next Door: The boy next door never looked this good (well, mine never did). A suburban sensibility becomes a showcase for a gorgeous young guy. 7 - RadicalTwink: This twink marches to the beat of a different drummer. Possessing a style, while not necessarily unique, but definitely uncommon, this twink will go out on a limb to grab your attention. 8 - GymTwink: The GymTwink may attempt any of the above styles (and pull them off successfully) but it's always that drop-dead-gorgeous bod that's overshadowing everything else. Even in sack cloth (we're talking *really* radical 7 here) he'd look incredible. GymTwinks should include what style they're attempting in their code (i.e. T8(5)) /\ //\\ end new material *** comments: Perhaps 3 should be broken into grunge and rap Twinks come in all hair colors, natural and unnatural. C - Color of Hair 0 - black (raven) 1 - dark brown 2 - brown 3 - light brown 4 - auburn 5 - dark red 6 - bright red 7 - strawberry blonde 8 - Blonde. Most of the hair on his body is blonde. 9 - Totally Blonde. Every strand of hair on his body(by definition must be natural). X - Other (purple, blue, etc...) If hair color is assisted, it should list the original color in parentheses i.e. CX(7)). ____ \\// New material \/ Hair length is important too. Some of us like long hair, some of us like short hair, some of us like any hair at all as long as it looks good. L - Length of Hair 0 - Shaved/bald 1 - verrrrry short, buzzed 2 - short enough for a banker, suitable for business 3 - medium length, barely over collar 4 - shoulder length 5 - part-way down the back 6 - *really* long, like down to his butt The last modifier is waviness of hair, and is designated by letter. (s)traight (w)avy (c)urly Therefore, I am (using this code system) a: T7C2L2s /\ //\\ end new material *** comment: I don't think this is too complicated for twinks. If there's anything a twink can concentrate on, it's style.end comments Having covered the major points of description, it's time to get down to the sordid details. How sordid? You be the judge h - the 'hairlessness' factor (opposite of NBCS "f") refers to body hair. h++ SMOOTH body - virtually no hair h+ little hair h some hair (none) average body hair h- above average body hair h-- veritable furball (almost a bear) (h) can be further refined to cover specific body areas: hc - chest hb - butt hl - legs hs - shins (part of leg below knee) __ \/ changed These can be used specifically, or to identify an area which differs from the rest of the body. Therefore, if you're smooth, except for your legs, you could list h++(hl-). If your hairlesness is a result of shaving or depilatories, you should list the original state in parentheses, i.e. h(--)++. *** comments: only minor changes here - end comments ____ \\// New material \/ d - Dizzy factor. How much of an airhead is he? d++ Head in the clouds (or at least somebody's shorts) d+ present mentally only on special occasions d not totally dizzy, but noticeably so (none) sometimes dizzy, about average d- rarely dizzy d-- never dizzy, even shows common sense sometimes /\ //\\ end new material a - attitude a++ attitude from hell; has enough for 20 a+ above average a has attitude and knows how to use it (none) attitude at times a- mostly unpretentious a-- no attitude, what you see is what you get. w - the WHINE factor w++ Will scream "I'm BOOOORRRRRRED" while you're still home and just getting dressed w+ Will state "I'm boooorrrrrred" immediately upon arrival at destination w Will whine, even when not needed (none) Lets his displeasure be known when appropriate w- Usually silent, but a peep may be heard every now and then w-- Strong, silent type c - color of crust (tan) c++ dark brown c+ a nice golden brown c the twink has a tan (none) doesn't get out much c- fair skin c-- looks like a ghost *** comments: a, w, and c all taken as read - end comments. __ \/ changed y - youthful appearance y++ looks like teen spirit y+ still gets carded most every time he buys liquor y twentysomething (none) looks like he has been out of college for a while y- looks like somebody's dad y-- looks like somebody's grandfather *** comments: minor changes per yesterday's discussion with Matt = end comments e - endowment (for the size queens amongst us) e++ 8"+ e+ 6.5" - 8" e 5.5" - 6.5" (none) neutral e- do you really want to let people know? e-- you may not have much but you have guts g - gonads (balls) g++ huge and bursting with cream g+ large and cream filled g above average (none) has two g- do you really want to let people know? g-- you may not have much but you have guts *** comments: I don't see the point of g, and recommend it's removal. If you care one way or another, post your comments *and*why* to the net for discussion - end comments. f - flavor of cream f++ very sweet, almost sickly, could be interchanged with filling of actual Hostess Twinkie (tm) f+ sweet f pleasant (none) unremarkable f- slightly bitter f-- grapefruits taste better *** comments: Taken as read. Personally, tho, I like grapefruit. If you'd like to learn to appreciate bitter, try Campari. Besides, if pineapple can sweeten the taste of your skin, it should be able to improve the taste of your jizz. Do we want to keep this one? - end comments. __ \/ changed t - twink hawk t++ searches out twinks when ever possible. t+ really likes twinkies t would like to meet a twinkie (none) not a twink hawk t- doesn't care for twinkies t-- is offended by them (why are you even here?) t++, t+, and t people should list the style types they're attracted to, i.e. t++(4,5,6,7) *** comments: minor addition per discussion with Matt - end comments. k - "the KINKY factor"... for those who dare. k++ Will try anything once, usually twice... k+ pretty adventurous, but moderated k will consider trying new things (none) kinky neutral k- has definite ABSOLUTE dislikes k-- totally vanilla s - "SEX (ok, SLUT) factor s++ strictly polygamous, prefers very open relationships ONLY. s+ will form relationships which are generally open-ended s neutral wrt to relationships/monogamy. (none) relationship neutral s- relationship oriented. Prefers a formal sort of relationship over playing around, however the scope of the word relationship is not defined here. s-- strictly monogamous/relationship oriented. No outside affairs, or in some cases, sex ONLY in relationships *** comments: k and s taken directly from NBCS, minor wording changes - end comments. ____ \\// New material \/ m - the Muscle factor, divided into definition and mass m1 - muscle definition. m1++ chiseled from marble m1+ chiseled from oak m1 chiseled from basswood (but still chiseled) (none) neutral m1- chiseled from marshmallow m2 - muscle mass m2++ serious meat on them bones m2+ more muscular than the average joe m2 small muscles, but they're definitely there (none) neutral m2- well, if you *really* look hard... m2-- wishful thinking will only get you so far /\ //\\ end new material *** comments: Changes per discussion with Matt. - end comments __ \/ changed q - "the Q factor" (defined) q++ more effeminate than Donna Reed, Florence Henderson, and RuPaul combined q+ swishes so much they sway q is a queen (none) invisible q- "straight-acting" q-- probably should BE straight ***comments: mostly taken as read, added the none - end comments. ADDITIONAL PUNCTUATION The following aren't graded, they are just flags attached to the overall classification: v for variable, said trait is not very rigid, may change with time or with individual interaction ? for traits where there is no HARD information available and the value is completely guessed : for traits which are observed but uncertain, e.g. a twink who is wearing a lot of clothes, so you can't be SURE he's an h+, but his forearms REALLY suggest that he is, hence h+ ! for cases where the trait is as close to a prototype as possible, or an exemplary case of a specific trait... e.g. the ultimate h++! () for indicating "cross-overs" or ranges. A twink who goes from k to k++ depending on the situation (i.e. mostly "k") could use k(++) You can make the punctuation as detailed as desired, although the best ones to read are the ones which are the most clear and simple to understand. v1.00 draft by... Kirk Johanning [email protected] v1.10 updated by... Andy Trembley [email protected] — As always, I'm... Andy Trembley [email protected] S7 b g l- y(-) z n+ o+(+) x a++-- u-(++) j++ B3 t++ w- g k+ s- r- p ------------------------ From the Archives of Rev. Ted ----------------------- "I'm a man. I like looking at men. Does that make me a sexist?"
Factor means: One who transacts business for another; an agent; a substitute; especially, a mercantile agent who buys and sells goods and transacts business for others in commission; a commission merchant or consignee. He may be a home factor or a foreign factor. He may buy and sell in his own name, and he is intrusted with the possession and control of the goods; and in these respects he differs from a broker.
Del credere means: An agreement by which an agent or factor, in consideration of an additional premium or commission (called a del credere commission), engages, when he sells goods on credit, to insure, warrant, or guarantee to his principal the solvency of the purchaser, the engagement of the factor being to pay the debt himself if it is not punctually discharged by the buyer when it becomes due.
Factored means: of Factor
Factoring means: of Factor
Factoress means: A factor who is a woman.
Factorship means: The business of a factor.
Proxenet means: A negotiator; a factor.
Factor means: A steward or bailiff of an estate.
Factor means: To resolve (a quantity) into its factors.
Doer means: An agent or attorney; a factor.
Versor means: The turning factor of a quaternion.
Commissionnaire means: An agent or factor; a commission merchant.
Victualer means: One who deals in grain; a corn factor.
Factor means: One of the elements or quantities which, when multiplied together, from a product.
Coucher means: A factor or agent resident in a country for traffic.
Condition means: To contract; to stipulate; to agree.
Gorgelet means: A small gorget, as of a humming bird.
Gueber means: Alt. of Guebre
Justify means: To prove; to ratify; to confirm.
Usured means: of Usure
HOBBLEDEHOY means: Hobbledehoy is old British slang for a youth.
full stop means: n period. The little dot at the end of a sentence, not the part of the menstrual cycle. Brits also use full stop for emphasis the same way that Americans use period: And I says to him, Im not putting up with this any more, full stop.
menner means: Someone who is mentally or physically deficient. Notes the fact that the local mental hospital (Silveroyds) was situated in the Leeds suburb of Menston, hence 'Menner', someone who came from Menston.
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