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Financial terms starting with "P"

1. Purposive Sample

2. Put-call parity

3. Periodic purchase deferred contract

4. Picture Element

5. presure creosoting

6. pro rata

7. Population Density - UN

8. prorate

9. pre-cooling coil

10. premium deposit

11. present value table

12. probability of ruin

13. Point-and-figure

14. power take-off

15. priority claim

16. Power Of Acceptance

17. processing fee

18. product analysis

19. polytetrafluoroethylene

20. Performance fund

21. plunge

22. Price-specie flow mechanism

23. price to cash flow ratio

24. presumptive indemnification provision

25. p.m.

26. Period Average Exchange Rate

27. performance review

28. paving stones

29. Permutation

30. positive directional indicator

31. Paper

32. phased application

33. plaster wainscot cap

34. pipe coupling

35. PITI

36. President's Choice Financial

37. Priority Debt

38. Prompt Date

39. possession

40. Payable To Bearer

41. Private Storage

42. Price-volume relationship

43. perfect hedge

44. particle board

45. pyramid

46. Pollution Damage To Human Health

47. purchasing group

48. Prior Lien

49. pneumatic feed

50. pelmet curtains

51. portfolio

52. Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA) of 1978

53. Period of digestion

54. polystyrene foam

55. provisional

56. pawn broker

57. product liability exclusion

58. passbook savings account

59. Perm

60. portland cement plaster

61. PRI (1)

62. Purchase order

63. profiting

64. palmtop

65. paid losses

66. principal payments

67. Periodic call auction

68. photoelectric cell

69. Primary Risk Factors

70. preferred equity

71. P-s Ratio

72. personal interest expense

73. paste paint

74. premium margin

75. paper gold

76. pressure gluing

77. pulverize

78. plucked limestone,

79. planing machine

80. picea

81. Period-certain annuity

82. Postponed Retirement

83. Price-setting Option

84. potentially responsible party (PRP)

85. Purchase fee

86. passageway

87. Poll

88. Plan provider

89. property under contract

90. point of support

91. Post-dated check

92. Planning Bill

93. primary metropolitan statistical area

94. Purchasing Power Parities (PPPs) OECD

95. Primary Purpose Criterion

96. Parking violation

97. per-unit allocation

98. personal

99. Planned Unit Development (PUD)

100. Protest

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Section 8 Declaration Of Excusable Nonuse

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a sworn statement, filed by the owner of a registration, that the mark is not in use in commerce due to special circumstances that excuse such nonuse and is not due to any intention to abandon the mark. section 8 of the trademark act, 15 U.S.C. 1058. It must be filed by the current owner of the registration and the USPTO must receive it during the following time periods: 1) At the end of the 6th year after the date of registration (or the date of publication under 15 U.S.C. 1062(c) for registrations issued under the Acts of 1905 or 1881 that have claimed the benefits of the Act of 1946), AND 2) At the end of each successive 10-year period after the date of registration. There is a six-month grace period. If these rules and deadlines are not met, the USPTO will cancel the registration. Once the USPTO accepts the section 8 Declaration of excusable nonuse, the owner of the registration is not required to file another section 8 Declaration until the next statutory filing period. -- see File a §8 Declaration

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