[meaning]

Category:Sea Words

D&H

Abbreviation for "Dangerous and Hazardous" cargo.

Category:Sea Words

D&O

Directors And Officers (Insurance Policy)

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Abbreviation for "Doing Business As." A legal term for conducting business under a registered name.

Category:Sea Words

Department of Transportation.

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Dirty Petroleum Products

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This refers to shipping documents which are presented to a bank on a collection basis to be passed to the buyer when he or she accepts a bill of exchange. The bank holds the bill of exchange until it ends (maturity) when they ask the buyer to pay the sell ...

Category:Financial Terms

This refers to shipping documents which are presented to a bank on a collection basis to be passed to the buyer (drawee) when payment is made.

Category:Financial Terms

DA

Double Acting.

Category:Abbreviations

DA

Double-Acting

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A synthetic polyester material.

Category:Sea Words

DAF

Delivered At Frontier Cargo

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Similar to a centerboard, except that it is raised and lowered vertically in a trunk rather than pivoted. Like a keel, daggerboards are used to reduce leeway by preventing a sailboat being pushed sideways by the wind.

Category:Sea Words

The daily change in the price of a share or other security, i.e. the difference between the most.

Category:Financial Terms

The highest price reached by a given security or index during a given.

Category:Financial Terms

The lowest price reached by a given security or index during a given.

Category:Financial Terms

(DOL) The daily record setting out the prices of all trades in shares and other securities conducted on.

Category:Financial Terms

States that the total pressure of a mixture of gases is equal to the sum of the partial pressures of the constituent gases. The partial pressure is the pressure each gas would exert if it alone occupied the volume of the mixture.

Category:Sea Words

DAM

Damage

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Dam

A structure for impeding and controlling the flow of water in a water course, and which increases the water elevation to create the hydraulic head. The reservoir creates, in effect, stored energy.

Category:Energy Terms

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