ABOVE: SEE ABOVE

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SUPRA: VIDE SUPRA

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  • Above & Beyond (band) — Above Beyond Paavo Siljamäki (left) and Tony McGuinness Datos generales Nombre real …   Wikipedia Español

  • above the fold — aˌbove the ˈfold adverb, adjective COMPUTING in the top part of a web page, which is the first part that you see on the screen: • The most important part of any web page is the part that you see before you scroll down. This is generally known as… …   Financial and business terms

  • above-the-fold — UK US adjective business used for describing the part of an Internet document that you see without moving the page downwards. It is considered the most important part of the page because everyone who goes to that document sees it. Thesaurus:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Above — A*bove , prep. [OE. above, aboven, abuffe, AS. abufon; an (or on) on + be by + ufan upward; cf. Goth. uf under. [root]199. See {Over}.] 1. In or to a higher place; higher than; on or over the upper surface; over; opposed to {below} or {beneath}.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • above all — Above A*bove , prep. [OE. above, aboven, abuffe, AS. abufon; an (or on) on + be by + ufan upward; cf. Goth. uf under. [root]199. See {Over}.] 1. In or to a higher place; higher than; on or over the upper surface; over; opposed to {below} or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Above the line (filmmaking) — See Above the line for other meanings and uses of the phrase. In the movie industry, above the line expenditures are those that are negotiated or spent before filming begins. These costs can include rights for the material on which the screenplay …   Wikipedia

  • above the line — aˌbove the ˈline , above the line adjective 1. ACCOUNTING relating to a figure included in a statement of a company s profits and losses before tax has been paid, not after tax: • The acquisitions will be treated as above the line exceptional… …   Financial and business terms

  • above and beyond — In addition to, more than is required • • • Main Entry: ↑above * * * above and beyond phrase apart from something, or outside the normal range of something The agency is asking for $2 million above and beyond the $16 million it has already been… …   Useful english dictionary

  • above-average — UK US (also above average) adjective ► higher or better than the usual amount or level: above average pay/rate/income »We believe in above average pay to attract above average people. above average yield/growth/performance »We expect to see… …   Financial and business terms

  • above par — See: par. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * above par aˌbove ˈpar adjective, adverb FINANCE at a price that is above the original value when shares and bonds were first made available: • The jeans maker s bonds are trading above par. * * *… …   Financial and business terms

  • above par — see under ↑par1 • • • Main Entry: ↑above above par At a premium, or at more than the nominal value • • • Main Entry: ↑par * * * above (or below or under) par better (or worse) than is usual or expected …   Useful english dictionary

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