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  • 81 Flexible Mechanisms — Flexible mechanisms, also sometimes known as Flexibility Mechanisms or Kyoto Mechanisms), refers to Emissions Trading, the Clean Development Mechanism and Joint Implementation. These are mechanisms defined under the Kyoto Protocol intended to… …

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  • 82 Flexible modular scheduling — is a type of academic scheduling where a day is broken into many 10 20 minute modules or mods . The technique resembles some common college scheduling schemes.Fact|date=February 2007One such example of high school modular scheduling is utilized… …

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  • 83 Flexible cam — Flexible cam. См. Упругий кулачок. (Источник: «Металлы и сплавы. Справочник.» Под редакцией Ю.П. Солнцева; НПО Профессионал , НПО Мир и семья ; Санкт Петербург, 2003 г.) …

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  • 84 flexible savings account — (FSA) An account into which employees may set aside pretax income for medical expenses not paid by health insurance (such as co payments, premiums, and expenses that are outside of the employer s plan) or for dependent care expenses. Category:… …

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  • 85 flexible benefits — n. An employee benefits program that allows employees to choose from a range of possible benefits to create personalized benefits packages. See also cafeteria plan The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc.… …

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  • 86 flexible spending account — n. A savings account in which an employee can save tax free a portion of his or her earnings to meet a specific type of expense. abbrv. FSA See also cafeteria plan, health savings account The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An… …

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  • 87 flexible Altersgrenze — flexible Altersgrenze,   in der gesetzlichen Rentenversicherung Bezeichnung für die Vorverlegung der Altersrente um drei Jahre vor die Regelaltersrente (§ 41 SGB VI) …

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  • 88 flexible Wechselkurse — flexible Wechselkurse,   frei schwankende Wechselkurse (Floating, Wechselkurs) …

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  • 89 flexible exchange (FLEX) option — flexible exchange ( FLEX) option A semi customised, exchange traded put or call option issued by a clearing house. Customisation is limited to expiration date, strike and exercise style (European or American). Exchange Handbook Glossary …

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  • 90 flexible exchange option — flexible exchange ( FLEX) option A semi customised, exchange traded put or call option issued by a clearing house. Customisation is limited to expiration date, strike and exercise style (European or American). Exchange Handbook Glossary …

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  • 91 flexible Fertigungszelle — ⇡ flexible Produktionszelle …

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  • 92 flexible Arbeitszeiten — flexible Arbeitszeiten …

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  • 93 flexible benefits — UK US noun [plural] business a system of offering employees a range of different benefits, such as company cars or health insurance, in addition to their salary and allowing them to choose which ones they want Thesaurus: extra payments and… …

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  • 94 flexible working — UK US noun [uncountable] business ways of working that allow you to live your life in the way you want, for example working from home or working hours that are different from the usual 9 to 5 day Thesaurus: working dayhyponym …

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  • 95 Flexible-fuel vehicle — For other types of vehicles, see Alternative fuel vehicle and Hybrid vehicle. The Ford Model T was the first commercial flex fuel vehicle. The engine was capable of running on gasoline or ethanol, or a mix of both. A flexible fuel vehicle (FFV)… …

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  • 96 Flexible organic light-emitting diode — Demonstration of a flexible OLED device Demonstration of a battery driven flexible OLED lamp fr …

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  • 97 Flexible polyhedron — In geometry, a flexible polyhedron is a polyhedral surface that allows continuous non rigid deformations such that all faces remain rigid. The Cauchy rigidity theorem shows that in dimension 3 such a polyhedron cannot be convex (this is also …

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  • 98 Flexible Architecture for Simulation and Testing — The FAST Project is a new hybrid hardware prototyping platform enabled by integrating a variety of hardware components on a printed circuit board (PCB) to implement Chip Multiprocessor (CMP) or Multiprocessor (MP) systems. The Flexible… …

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  • 99 Flexible spending account — A flexible spending arrangement (FSA), or Flexible Spending Account, as they are commonly called, is one of a number of tax advantaged financial accounts that can be set up through a cafeteria plan of an employer in the United States. An FSA… …

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  • 100 Flexible response — HistoryThe New Look policy, though initially useful, quickly became obsolete with the introduction of inter continental delivery systems that undermined the credibility of a deterrence threat. The cornerstone of U.S. and European defense strategy …

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