A typographic element for listing items in a publication. The bullet provides graphic interest on a page and helps the reader through the information.
a large black dot used to highlight something within some text
Small graphical elements used to set off items in a list. Instead of numbering each item in a list, you will often see small dots, dashes, arrows, squares, etc. to make each item in a list stand out from the other. These are called bullets.
1. n. One of a list of items to be emphasized, usually marked by a graphical device alongside it on a foil (see). 2. n. A short, factual statement.
A missile, usually of lead, and round or elongated in form, to be discharged from a rifle, musket, pistol, or other small firearm.
The basic, most common unit of firepower in a shmup, usually refers to enemy weaponry but can also be used to describe the player's weapons, usually the vulcan. Usually appears as a brightly-colored or flashing circle, or â€œblob,â€ but its appearance varies greatly depending on the shmup in question, or even when it comes to individual enemies within a single shmup. Most varieties are indestructible. Sometimes the term â€œshotâ€ or â€œfireâ€ is used to describe bullets, but the previous terms are farther-reaching, referring to all types of offensive projectiles, while â€œbulletâ€ is more specific.
The projectile discharged by a firearm. A so called lead bullet is composed of lead mixed with one or more hardening ingredients.
A projectile that is oblong with a sharp or pointed end.
A Pair of Aces in the Hole. Also called an " ammo".
long-term maturity that has no amortization of principal prior to maturity. Compare: BALLOON MATURITY; SERIAL BONDS; TERM BONDS.
A security with a fixed maturity and no call feature.
Is a type of credit security which repays the entire principal on the maturity date. Prior to the maturity or prepayment of the bond, interest payments are to be made in accordance with the payment schedule. Treasury and Corporate bonds pay off in lump sum principal amounts whereas many mortgages pay off on an amortization basis.
A financing due date prior to the loan term that would fully amortize the project funding.
A small ball.
A cannon ball.
A ball thrown with extra speed; see also "bb" and "rocket".