|(1) The difference between the average price in Treasury auctions and the stopout price. (2) A future money marketinstrument (one available some period hence) created by buying an existing instrument and financing the initial portion of its life with a...||Tail|
|ability to act on your own, advantageous position, beginning, introductory, initial, enterprise, drive, ambition; beginning move in a process, first step, introductory step, of initiation, plan, proposal of legislation by citizens, right to introduce n...||initiative|
|animal in initial developmental stage, early form, fetus, young of a human or animal in its early stages; beginning stage, human offspring in initial developmental stage, plant in initial developmental stage||embryo|
|antecedent, preceding; predecessive, coming before (in a job, etc.); serving as an omen; announcing, at initial stage, indicating something to come, precursive||precursory|
|any of a class of musical instruments in which a vibrating mass of air produces the initial sound||aerophone|
|attack; beginning, initial military attack, start||onset|
|basic element, capacity for progressive development, force of movement; product of the mass of a body of matter multiplied by its velocity (Physics, Mechanics); strength or motivation derived from an initial effort, forward movement, measure of movement||momentum|
|basic, basic part or aspect, brighter star of double star, election of candidates for governmental position, election of delegates to choose candidates, first in sequence, first thing, original; primeval, initial; principal, main, prime; basic, fundame...||primary|
|basic, early, primitive; ancient, primeval; initial, from the beginning; original, existing first, of earliest stage of development||primordial|
|basic, initial military training||basic training|
|basic, original, primeval, ancient; initial, first; main, central; extremely important; essential, fundamental||primal|
|before others, before the rest, being ahead of all others; initial, beginning, best, earlier than the rest, first base, first gear, first position, fundamental, initially, initially; at the beginning; previously; for the first time; foremost, before al...||first|
|beginner, first year student; newcomer, first-year student, fresher, pertaining to the first year of studies; pertaining to a newcomer; junior, inexperienced; first, initial||freshman|
|beginning stage, first stage, initial phase, early tissue growth||primordium|
|beginning to develop, initial, commencing, starting||incipient|
|beginning, commencing, initial; of a beginning; pertaining to the beginning of an action (Grammar), expressing the idea of starting, inceptive aspect, inceptive verb, inchoative, ingressive||inceptive|
|beginning, for initiation, introductory, initial, opening; serving to initiate, pertaining to an initiation||initiatory|
|book front matter, Ph.D. exam, preliminary contest, pretest, early test, initial examination (Slang)||prelim|
|Buying shares in an initial public offering IPO and then selling those shares immediately after it starts publicly trading to turn an immediate profits.||Flipping|
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