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An agreement between a bank and a customer to provide funds up to a specified maximum at a specified interest rate (in the UK this is usually based upon an agreed margin over the London ...

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A Dictionary of Accounting (5 ed.)

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Current Version:
2016
Subject:
Social sciences, Business and Management
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92 words

... facility An agreement between a bank and a customer to provide funds up to a specified maximum at a specified interest rate (in the UK this is usually based upon an agreed margin over the London Inter Bank Offered Rate ) for a certain period. The total cost will be the interest rate plus the mandatory liquid asset cost. The agreement will include the conditions that must be adhered to by the borrower for the facility to remain in place. Compare uncommitted facility . See also revolving bank facility...

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A Dictionary of Finance and Banking (6 ed.)

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2018

... facility An agreement between a bank and a customer to provide funds up to a specified maximum at a specified interest rate (in the UK this is usually based upon an agreed margin over the London Inter Bank Offered Rate ) for a certain period. The total cost will be the interest rate plus the mandatory liquid asset cost. The agreement will include the conditions that must be adhered to by the borrower for the facility to remain in place. Compare uncommitted facility . See also revolving bank facility...

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A Dictionary of Business and Management (6 ed.)

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Current Version:
2016
Subject:
Social sciences, Business and Management
Length:
92 words

... facility An agreement between a bank and a customer to provide funds up to a specified maximum at a specified interest rate (in the UK this is usually based upon an agreed margin over the London Inter Bank Offered Rate ) for a certain period. The total cost will be the interest rate plus the mandatory liquid asset cost. The agreement will include the conditions that must be adhered to by the borrower for the facility to remain in place. Compare uncommitted facility . See also revolving bank facility...

committed facility

committed facility  

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An agreement between a bank and a customer to provide funds up to a specified maximum at a specified interest rate (in the UK this is usually based upon an agreed margin over the London Inter Bank ...
24 The History of the Book in Germany

24 The History of the Book in Germany   Reference library

John L. Flood

The Oxford Companion to the Book

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2010
Subject:
History, Social sciences
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10,164 words
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Oxford University Press
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...Leipzig and Halle were open for only four hours a week, and it was considered a real novelty when Göttingen, on its foundation in 1734 , opened its library every day to staff and students and allowed them to borrow books—from the outset, this library was conceived as a research facility. As the reading habit grew, so too did demand for access to books. This resulted in the establishment of lending libraries and ‘reading societies’, which in turn stimulated the demand for more books. A lending library open to all-comers had been founded in Berlin as early as ...

2 Maccabees

2 Maccabees   Reference library

R. Doran and R. Doran

The Oxford Bible Commentary

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2022
Subject:
Religion
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20,060 words
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Oxford University Press

...would take place within the context of the city's traditional culture. Even the physical exercises, however, evidenced a desire to be part of the larger world, as athletes from different cities would compete against each other ( 4:18–20 ). Construction and maintenance of such a facility would have been costly and one gains a sense of the wealth of these aristocratic families. According to 4:12 , the gymnasium lay right under the citadel. If one locates the citadel on the south-eastern hill of Jerusalem, the gymnasium would lie either between the city of David...

1 & 2 Samuel

1 & 2 Samuel   Reference library

Gwilym H. Jones, Gwilym H. Jones, and Gwilym H. Jones

The Oxford Bible Commentary

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2022
Subject:
Religion
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44,450 words
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Oxford University Press

...outburst in the same vein as Deutero-Isaiah ( cf. Isa 43:11; 44:6, 8; 45:21 ) and must be regarded as a later expansion. The theme of vv. 30–1 is continued in vv. 33–43 , which are mainly concerned with victory in warfare. The king has received strength ( vv. 33 a, 40 ), facility of access ( vv. 33 b, 34, 37 ), and outstanding victory ( vv. 38–9, 41–3 ). In these verses again his success is attributed to God's help; it is he who has given him strength and guidance. His victories have brought peoples ( v. 44 , following the LXX) to him, and it is...

Forging an Identity: The Emergence of Ancient Israel

Forging an Identity: The Emergence of Ancient Israel   Reference library

Lawrence E. Stager

Oxford History of the Biblical World

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Current Version:
2022
Subject:
Religion
Length:
19,872 words
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Oxford University Press
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4

...as a city of the Sikils in the eleventh-century Egyptian tale of Wen-Amun. They destroyed the Late Bronze Age Canaanite city and constructed a much larger one over its ruins. During stage 1 the Sikils fortified Dor with ramparts and glacis, and created an excellent port facility for their ships. All of this evidence—their beachheads, the coastal pattern of destruction (followed in many cases by new cities with Myc IIIC pottery), references to living on ships, and illustrations of their craft—leave no doubt that the Sea Peoples, including...

facility fee

facility fee  

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The fee paid to an intermediary for extending a facility. This is normally paid for a committed or underwritten facility (cf. commitment fee; underwriting fee).
underwritten facility

underwritten facility  

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(Banking).A funding method where the lending institution is only expected to provide funds if the borrower cannot raise funds elsewhere (cf. multi-option financing facility; note issuance facility; ...
uncommitted facility

uncommitted facility  

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An agreement between a bank and a company in which the bank agrees in principle to make funding available to the company but is under no obligation to provide a specified amount of funding; if a loan ...
facility

facility  

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An agreement between a bank and a company that grants the company a line of credit with the bank. This can either be a committed facility or an uncommitted facility.
committed

committed  

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(Banking).Usually a standby facility where the lender has entered into an obligation to provide funds when the borrower asks (cf. uncommitted). This arrangement means that the lender has to ...
revolving bank facility

revolving bank facility  

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A loan from a bank or group of banks to a company in which the company has flexibility with regard to the timing and the number of drawdowns and repayments; any loan repaid can be reborrowed subject ...
line of credit

line of credit  

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(Banking; USA).American term for a credit facility. Such lines may be committed, that is guaranteed to be available, or uncommitted, that is available on a best efforts basis at the discretion of the ...
underwritten facility

underwritten facility (Banking)   Reference library

The Handbook of International Financial Terms

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2005

...facility (Banking) . A funding method where the lending institution is only expected to provide funds if the borrower cannot raise funds elsewhere ( cf. multi-option financing facility ; note issuance facility ; revolving underwriting facility ; short-term note issuance facility ). See committed facility...

facility fee

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The Handbook of International Financial Terms

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Current Version:
2005

... fee . The fee paid to an intermediary for extending a facility . This is normally paid for a committed or underwritten facility (cf. commitment fee ; underwriting fee...

facility

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A Dictionary of Accounting (5 ed.)

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Subject Reference
Current Version:
2016
Subject:
Social sciences, Business and Management
Length:
33 words

... An agreement between a bank and a company that grants the company a line of credit with the bank. This can either be a committed facility or an uncommitted facility...

facility

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A Dictionary of Business and Management (6 ed.)

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Current Version:
2016
Subject:
Social sciences, Business and Management
Length:
33 words

... An agreement between a bank and a company that grants the company a line of credit with the bank. This can either be a committed facility or an uncommitted facility...

advance

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The Handbook of International Financial Terms

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Current Version:
2005

.... 1 (Banking) A short-term loan made by a bank to a customer ( cf. advances option ; committed facility ; revolving credit facility ; roll-over ). 2 An anticipatory...

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