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ADJAdjourned
ADJAdjudged
ADJAdjective
ADJAdjustable
ADJAmerican DJ (brand name)
ADJAdjacent
ADJAdjunct
ADJAdjoint (of a matrix or an operator; math)
ADJAdjutant
ADJAdministration of Justice (criminal justice course; various universities)
ADJAdjust/Adjustment
ADJAustralian Dental Journal
ADJAmman, Jordan - Civil (Airport Code)
ADJAction pour le Développement des Jeunes (French: Action for the Development of Youth; Togo)
ADJAustralian Designer Jewellery (Sydney, Australia)
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As Easy Rest Adjustable Sleep Systems, Mowrey said the only change current and future customers will notice is the company's name and logo.
Features include self-aligning bearings, adjustable leg-sets, true-track belt guidance and strong 12-gauge steel frames.
25 percent for five years, then is pegged at the current rate for a one-year adjustable.
Adjustable beds are one course of action, according to Nermon.
Fixed sights are more adjustable than they used to be.
In terms of loan preferences, The Manhattan Mortgage Company survey reported that 32% of co-op/condominium borrowers chose five-year adjustable rate mortgages in February while 30-year fixed rate mortgages accounted for 38% of the marketplace.
Still, 17 percent of those who refinanced switched from a fixed-rate loan to an adjustable one.
In this kind of environment, with the Fed pushing short terms rates up and and the economic outlook upbeat, the difference between interest charged for adjustable home loans and the traditional 30-year fixed narrows.
As a result, mortgage rates, particularly adjustable loans, soared to their highest levels in nearly a decade.
Available in four heights and four depths, the Adjustable ServerRack and QuadraRack have the ability to serve multiple storage applications.
But a lot is a good general description, since this adjustable saves him about $1,000 a month.
The change has been quite dramatic," says Ellen Bitton, president of Park Avenue Mortgage, "polarizing the mortgage market between 30-year fixed and 5-year adjustable mortgages.