Definitions for "Contra"
line dancing popularized in New England. Now done with traditional and Square Dance movements.
Konami corporation. The player controls a commando who battles waves of enemies including humans, machines, mutants and aliens to reach his ultimate goal. Much of the game's popularity came from its two-player simultaneous gameplay, which was an uncommon feature in video games at the time of Contra's release.
The Contra series (é­‚æ–—ç¾… in Japanese) is a line of run and gun video games created by Konami from 1987 through 2004. While originally arcade games, the series gained its immense popularity base from its console releases, especially the titles created for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Super NES video game consoles. The Metal Slug series and Gunstar Heroes are well-known examples of games that directly base their gameplay on the original Contra titles.
Keywords:  prefix, adv, pref, preposition, adverb
A Latin adverb and preposition, signifying against, contrary, in opposition, etc., entering as a prefix into the composition of many English words. Cf. Counter, adv. & pref.
Prefix meaning against. A contraceptive is something that works against conception.
(Latin) against; to the contrary
a companywhich produces plexiglass, PVC, durable Styrofoam, and aluminum advertising
Keywords:  offset, monies, sell, buy, debit
Selling shares within 3 days after the purchase, with the intention to settle only the net difference of amounts involved in the purchase and the sales.
An amount which offsets another.
A situation where the client buys from and sells to a customer. This may result in the customer offsetting monies owed to him against monies due from him.
When you get something (not payment) in return for on-air promotion. E.g. Raw FM contraed the use of the Chaddie Car Park in return for promoting the shopping centre on-air. Almost every media (radio / tv / newspaper) does it, as it means you don't need cash for things... BUT then you've given away airtime that someone could be paying for.. and you need to pay your bills.
Commercial time or space acquired in exchange for merchandise or services (also referred to as barter).
Keywords:  octave, below, normal
The octave below normal.