Definitions for "PREFERENCE"
Paying or securing to one or more creditors, by an insolvent debtor, of all or a part of a claim to the exclusion of other creditors. (2) Special advantage given to someone.
1.A creditor's right to be paid before other creditors of the same debtor. 2. A trade preference is the granting of a preferred status to some or all of the goods of a preferred country, such as lower rates of duty or admissibility of goods in quantities over and above those normally permitted.
A transfer of money or assets to a creditor in payment of an existing debt which was made within a certain time frame before the bankruptcy is filed. These preferences may be recovered by the trustee for the benefit of all creditors of the estate.
The act of Preferring, or the state of being preferred; the setting of one thing before another; precedence; higher estimation; predilection; choice; also, the power or opportunity of choosing; as, to give him his preference.
That which is preferred; the object of choice or superior favor; as, which is your preference?
indication of choice of strain from among those suggested by partner.
the final round of formal recruitment events, usually more serious than previous rounds, which immediately precede the ranking of potential members for the bid list.
The final parties held by sororities during Recruitment. They are fancier than the previous parties and usually include a ritual that potential new members can participate in. Also known as Pref, or Final Dinners
A sentiment, or frame of mind, induced by the erroneous belief that one thing is better than another. An ancient philosopher, expounding his conviction that life is no better than death, was asked by a disciple why, then, he did not die. "Because," he replied, "death is no better than life." It is longer.
a strong belief, but a belief that you will change under the right circumstances
a very strong belief, held with great strength
an application parameter
a customizable TWiki parameter; settings site-wide, by the web, by the topic on TWikiPreferences and WebPreferences pages, also on Plugins, user and regular topic pages.
a desired but not necessary action or way of being
a desired constraint, to be satisfied if possible, but it will not be satisfied if it conflicts with a requirement
a desire that does not make you upset if it is not satisfied
Keywords:  druthers, i'd, feasible, choose, cake
party prefers future X to future Y if it would choose X rather than Y in a single-person interaction (one in which it controlled all the options) in which X and Y were the only feasible futures.
the right or chance to choose; "given my druthers, I'd eat cake"
a strong liking; "my own preference is for good literature"; "the Irish have a penchant for blarney"
Refers to over-the-counter trading. Selection of a dealer to handle a trade despite the dealer's market not being the best available. Often the "preferenced dealer" will then move his market in line.
If a broker with parity can prove he was in the trading crowd before his competitors, prior to the appearance of the contra order that initiated the trading activity, he assumes the privilege of executing his order first without matching coins.
Under New Zealandâ€(tm)s external trade agreements, New Zealand extends preferential tariff access to goods which are the ‘produceâ€(tm) or ‘manufactureâ€(tm) of specified countries and country groups.
Keywords:  injunction, preliminary
Preliminary Injunction
There are two types of enrollment "preferences": founder and sibling. These preferences are defined by state and federal law. Students who qualify for one of these preferences are admitted to the school before others on the waiting list.
Keywords:  ephone, peers, string, dialed, match
The order in which a dial peer associated with an ephone-dn is selected if there are other dial peers that also match the dialed string.
A legal directive that gives publicly-owned utilities and cooperatives priority access to federal power.
Should refer to options, which have priority as defined by the user ምርጫ View
Keywords:  appel, privacy, set, rules, agent
a default setting
a rule, or set of rules, expressed by a web-user, that determines what action(s) a user agent will take or allow when involved in a conversation or negotiation with a service
A setting that affects the behavior of the application's interface.
seniority, usually with respect to dividends and proceeds from a sale or dissolution of a company.
Keywords:  happy, attitude, lets, way, you
an attitude that lets you be happy either way
one of the mutually exclusive options in an Auction. Only one Preference may become the Auction's Quantum during any particular Term.
The legislation requires that parents must indicate to the admissions authority those schools they would wish their child to attend above all others.
An advantage in consideration for award for a contract granted to a vendor by reason of the vendor's residence, business location, or business classifications (e.g., minority, small business).
An attribute of a sender or receiver (often the receiver) which indicates a preference to generate or process one particular type of message content over another, even if both are possible.
an individual personal response of liking/disliking some person, thing, or event more than another