Definitions for "Principal"
Keywords:  lent, excludes, unpaid, owe, accrued
One who employs another to act for him, -- as distinguished from an agent.
A capital sum of money, placed out at interest, due as a debt or used as a fund; -- so called in distinction from interest or profit.
(1) The owner or person primarily liable. (2) One who appoints an agent. (3) An original sum of money before charges are added.
Keywords:  kerberos, kinstance, kservice, dce, gss
an entity whose identity can be authenticated: in this instance, a user.
The name of a service, administrator or user registered in a security database such as Kerberos, in order to give that name various access privileges.
An entity that is capable of communicating securely with another entity. In DCE, principals are represented as entries in the security database and include users, servers, computers, and cells. Users and computers in DCE.
A leader, chief, or head; one who takes the lead; one who acts independently, or who has controlling authority or influence; as, the principal of a faction, a school, a firm, etc.; -- distinguished from a subordinate, abettor, auxiliary, or assistant.
A chief obligor, promisor, or debtor, -- as distinguished from a surety.
A person or organization whose obligation are guaranteed by a bond.
The property contributed to the trust, all or part of the income from which is distributable to the income beneficiaries, but the title to which will ultimately pass to the charitable remaindermen. The definition of principal for purposes of all types of split-interest trusts varies slightly from state to state.
Property owned by a trust, as distinguished from the income generated by that property. Also known as “corpus.
The property that has been set aside by the owner so that it is held in trust eventually be delivered to the remainder beneficiary(s), while the return or use of the principal is in the meantime paid out to an income beneficiary(s).
Keywords:  behalf, agent, liable, whom, fiduciary
A party who authorizes another party, the agent, to act on the principal's behalf in contractual dealings with third parties. Called the mandator in Quebec.----------[ Back
The property that makes up the corpus of the trust. The person who authorizes another to act on his or her behalf under a power of attorney.
One who employs an agent or becomes a participant in a real estate transaction as owner, buyer, etc.
Refers to principals, college principals of multi-campus schools, headmasters, headmistresses and directors. S-T
head, headteacher, headmaster, headmistress
Highest in rank, authority, character, importance, or degree; most considerable or important; chief; main; as, the principal officers of a Government; the principal men of a state; the principal productions of a country; the principal arguments in a case.
The chief actor in a crime, or an abettor who is present at it, -- as distinguished from an accessory.
A thing of chief or prime importance; something fundamental or especially conspicuous.
Persons associated with a member of the NASD who are actively engaged in the management of the member’s investment banking or securities business, including supervision, solicitation, conduct of business, or the training of persons associated with a member for any of these functions are designated as principals. Such persons include: sole proprietors, officers, partners, managers of offices of supervisory jurisdiction, and directors of corporations.
Officer, director, owner, partner, key employee, or other person within a participant with primary management or supervisory responsibilities; or a person who has a critical influence on or substantive control over a covered transaction, whether or not employed by the participant. Persons who have a critical influence on or substantive control over a covered transaction are: ¥ Principal investigators ¥ Researchers
Keywords:  mortuary, heirloom
A heirloom; a mortuary.
The initiator of a given transaction whose instructions are followed at all stages. In collection transactions the principal is generally the exporter. In other cases the principal may be the customer who opens a DC.
The party who initiates the transaction, e.g. the opener of a documentary credit or the person who arranges for the issue of a guarantee.
The exporter in collection transactions, being the initiator of the transaction, whose instructions are followed at all stages (may be used to refer to any customer who initiates a transaction e.g. the opener of a DC).
Keywords:  role, dishonest, alice, bob, honest
An actor in a lead or principal role.
this term refers to any participant of the protocol. This may include, usually, Alice and Bob, a Server, a Vendor, etc. When a principal follows its role, we speak of honest principals. Dishonest principals are all merged under the identity of the intruder, which is sound as long as dishonest principals collaborate (as is usual in standard intruder models).
A major singing role, or the singer who performs such a role.
One of turrets or pinnacles of waxwork and tapers with which the posts and center of a funeral hearse were formerly crowned.
The counterparty that sells and buys currencies for his own account as opposed to a broker who introduces a buyer to a seller and vice versa
A company or individual who buys and sells currencies for their account as opposed to a broker who introduces a buyer to a seller and vice versa.
Term used by trades and brokers to designate the manufacturer or supplier.
In an orchestra, the leader, or first chair of any section, except for first violins who are led by the concertmaster.
Instrumental section leader.
Keywords:  mckinsey, llp, trainee, junior, partner
The LLP equivalent of a Partner.
A GP who is not a trainee or an assistant. A principal may be either the senior partner or a junior partner within a partnership, and is allowed to submit claims.
McKinsey partner and shareholder
Keywords:  meghan, foremost, cope, thank, pal
The spelling principle to remember here is that the school principal is a prince and a pal (despite appearances)--and the same applies to anything of foremost importance, such as a principal principle. A "principle" is a rule. (Thank you, Meghan Cope, for help on this one.)
adj. (of a value returned by a Common Lisp function that implements a mathematically irrational or transcendental function defined in the complex domain) of possibly many (sometimes an infinite number of) correct values for the mathematical function, being the particular value which the corresponding Common Lisp function has been defined to return.
(1) One who aids, abets, counsels, commands, or procures another to commit an offense that is subsequently perpetrated in consequence of such counsel, command, or procuring, whether the individual is present or absent at the commission of the offense; (2) the perpetrator.
The most important, consequential, or influential. A person who has controlling authority or is in a leading position. [D03165] Webster
The person who places goods under the transit procedure, even where this is done by an authorised representative.
Person or organisation that purchases the services provided by contractor.
The person, entity or organisation responsible for contracting with a contractor or consultant for the carrying out of the work.
a person or entity that hires a contractor or subcontractor to perform work or services;
You (the person who creates the durable power of attorney).
The person making the power of attorney.
The person who appoints another to make decisions for him or her under a power of attorney. Same as Patient.
Means the principal party in a transaction, usually the seller.
Party entrusting a draft and/or documents to a bank for collection of payment, generally the seller of goods.
Generally, a major party to a transaction, acting as either a buyer or seller; or the owner of a privately held business
A performer in a commercial who can be recognized or identified, including but not limited to those performing speaking parts.
Files that make up the principal database, including principal.dat, principal.idx, principal.ok.
the value of a security not including income.
When a brokerage firm sells securities from their own inventory for a markup they are acting as a principal.
A brokerage firm when it acts as a dealer and marks up a purchase price or marks down a sale price when reporting the execution.
A filter is called principal filter if it has a least element. Dually, a principal ideal is an ideal with a greatest element. The least or greatest elements may also be called principal elements in these situations.
Keywords:  probate
Keywords:  foreground, main, performer
main performer in the foreground.
Keywords:  hawk, feathers, wing, first, long
The first two long feathers of a hawk's wing.
Keywords:  kdc, secret, database, key, stored
A user or server for which a secret key is stored in the KDC database.
Keywords:  flue, bright, pipe, narrow, clear
A principal is one family of sound. It is a flue pipe which is rather narrow for its length and produces a bright, clear sound. There are many kinds of principals. Return to Beginning
Keywords:  truss, timber, loosely, iron, strength
The construction which gives shape and strength to a roof, -- generally a truss of timber or iron, but there are roofs with stone principals. Also, loosely, the most important member of a piece of framing.
A terminal that has its primary extension bridged on one or more other terminals.[ Top of Document ] Queue An ordered sequence of calls waiting to be processed.
A principal is a company that guarantees the option payout in return for a premium. A principal is also known as the option writer
Keywords:  pertaining
Of or pertaining to a prince; princely.
Keywords:  lawyer, seat, whom, qualified, partner
This is the qualified lawyer with whom you work and share an office during each seat. Could be an associate, managing associate or a partner.
Annuities The total of all premium payments made into an annuity contract that represent after-tax dollars.
Total principal payments on debt related to general government activities. Principal payments on enterprise debt are not included.
The program automatically calculates Principal as the product of the price and par value you enter. The Principal and Purchase Price fields are interactive, meaning if one is edited, then the other changes accordingly.
The initial deposit one makes to the account. This excludes any compounded earnings added to the deposit.
supplies the name of the principal researcher responsible for the creation of an electronic text.
A person or organisation able to make, and obliged to fulfil, all the conditions of a contract.
When a company or individual purchases stock in a company with a view to retailing that stock forwards.
See security principal.
(Advanced Security Administrator's Guide; search in this book)
The key or lead investigator with primary responsibility Investigator responsibility for the project.
Keywords:  dealer, his, person, directs, act
A principal a dealer making operations using his personal funds.
A person who directs the activities of another, and has provided that other person to act in his or her name.
Keywords:  register
Principal Register
Keywords:  college, school, head
the head of a school or a college.
Keywords:  essential, rule, point
A principal or essential point or rule; a principle.
is the legal term for the person (principal) who creates the Declaration.
BG term for the person been protected
Keywords:  holder, pair, private, key, public
The holder of a public/private key pair.
The leading participant of professional practice
The employer of an agency in an agency relationship.
Keywords:  owns, property, person, one
The person who owns or will use the property.
The one who owns or will use property.
the source of some messages; for example: persons, computers, and programs. See: authentic
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Keywords:  performer, lines
A performer with lines.