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Y Q YA ET NAY

In old records. Mere assertion and denial, without oath.

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YACHT

A light sea-going vessel, used only for pleasure-trips, racing, etc. Webster. TSee 22 St.. at Large, 566 (U. S. Comp. St I 1001, p. 2845); Rev. St U. S.

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YACHT INSURANCE

Insurance that covers pleasure boats against collision, hull damage, and liability indemnity.

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YAHOO!

Online website portal with a large array of information from entertainment to news and finance.

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YANKEE

A note issued in US dollars by a foreign company in the market.

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YANKEE BOND

Dollar denomination bond sold in USA by a foreign bank. Equivalent to a Eurobond.

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YARD

A measure of length, containing three feet, or thirty-six inches.UA piece of land inclosed for the use and accommodation of the inhabitants of a house.

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YARD

1. Equal to 3 feet, 6 inches or91 centimetres.2. Fenced off storage or repair area.

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YARD LUMBER

Run of mill lumber in various finishes, widths and lengths.

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YARDLAND

or virgata torrce, is a quantity of land, said by some to be twenty acres,y but by Coke to be of uncertain extent

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YATES’ CORRECTION FOR CONTINUITY

Formula used to adjust formula in Pearson’s chi-square test.

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YEA AND NAY

Yes and no. According to a charter of Athelstan, the people of Riponwere to be believed in all actions or suits upon their yea aud nay, without the yynecessity of taking any oath. Brown.

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YEAR

The period in which the revolution of the earth round the sun, and the accompanyingchanges in the order of nature, are completed. Generally, when a statute Yspeaks of a year, twelve calendar, and not lunar, months are intended. Cro. Jac. 166.The year is either astronomical, ecclesiastical, or regnal, beginning on the 1st ofJanuary, or 25th of March, or the day of the sover- w eign’s accession. Wharton.I

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YEAR AND A DAY

1. A period of a jail sentence. 2. In some jurisdictions, a death from wounding to be called murder must occur with one year and a day.3. Time during which a person can claim a wreck before it becomes public property.

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YEAR PLAN

A year where records of a plan are kept.

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YEAR TO DATE (YTD)

Based on the start of a calendar year to the current date specified.

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YEAR TO DATE NET INCOME

Revenue from the start of a calendar year to a current date.

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YEAR-END CLOSING

Accounting. Done at the years end to close business for that year.

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YEAR-OVER-YEAR (YOY)

Comparing a company’s earnings with data from the previous year.

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YEAS AND NAYS

The affirmative and negative votes on a bill or measure before alegislative assembly. “Calling the yeas and nays” is calling for the individual and oralvote of each member, usually upon a call of the roll.

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