Definitions for "reversal"
A place where the current swings upward and revolves back on itself, forming a treacherous meeting of currents that can drown swimmers and slow, swamp, trap, or flip rafts.Some reversals take the form of flat,foamy, surface backflows immediately below large obstructions justunder the surface, while others consist of steep waves that curl heavilyback onto their own upstream faces.Reversals are also called hydraulics stoppers, keepers, white eddies,roller waves, backrollers, curlers,sidecurlers, souse holes, and, mostfrequently, holes. Although some of these terms are used loosely to refer to any sort of reversal, others carry more precise shades of meaningand refer to certain types of reversals. Each of these terms is discussed separately in this glossary.
an operation that reverses a specified section of the permutation in place and flips the signs of the elements in this section flip (e
an operation that reverses the order of the genes on a certain portion of the permutation
The electronic message which serves to cancel all or part of a previously authorized STAR Transaction.
A message informing the sender of the original message that the message cannot be processed as instructed, i.e. is undeliverable, unprocessable or cancelled by the receiver.
a transaction that is triggered when an error condition occurs while the transaction is being processed
A short position in the underlying protected by a synthetic long. This strategy is not available in the Trade Finder, but can be constructed and analysed in the Matrix.
Switching from being in a disadvantageous position to a superior one.
When the man underneath completely reverses his position and comes to the top position in control, he has scored a reversal, worth one point.
A change or overthrowing; as, the reversal of a judgment, which amounts to an official declaration that it is false; the reversal of an attainder, or of an outlawry, by which the sentence is rendered void.
In an appeal ruling, this is the court's decision that the incorrect winner prevailed in a lower court's judgement and the ruling is therefore reversed.
The invalidation or setting aside of the contrary decision of a lower court.
Keywords:  trend, rally, fortune, invert, plot
Change in the general direction of a market, such as a rally. also called trend reversal.
The act of reversing; the causing to move or face in an opposite direction, or to stand or lie in an inverted position; as, the reversal of a rotating wheel; the reversal of objects by a convex lens.
The change in direction of a trend as evidenced by a geometric pattern.
A switch from one to the other of the opposite metamotivational states that make up a domain, e.g. from the telic state being active to the paratelic state being active, or the converse. Reversals are provoked by situational change, by frustration and by satiation. The dynamic processes that result from reversal, including bistability, mean that chronotyping is an inappropriate way of describing people.
an unfortunate happening that hinders of impedes; something that is thwarting or frustrating
Term used in infertility for undoing a sterilization procedure such as a tubal ligation or vasectomy.
Evolutionary reversion from an apomorphic to a plesiomorphic character state (cf. homoplasy).
Perceptual inaccuracy caused by a right to left confusion of letters and words; thus pan becomes nap.
Any ACH entries or files sent within required deadlines to "correct" or reverse previously originated entries or files.
A retraction of a monetary loan application, resulting from a payment being returned unpaid, or as part of a correction process to re-credit previously misapplied funds.
A term applied to the procedure resulting in a positive slide projecting a positive print.
Film originally shot in a camera and processed as a positive image.
Type of film and film processing which generates a positive original print.
a serious second act obstacle to a protagonist's objective
Keywords:  tristed, tip, split, cable, ring
A cabling problem in which a pair in a tristed pair cable are split at each end; where the Tip is terminated to the Ring and the Ring is terminated to the Tip.
Keywords:  monies, fms, irs, recover, offset
An action taken by Financial Management Service (FMS) to recover monies sent to states through the Federal Tax Offset Program, for cases that were certified in 1999 or later; or an action taken by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for cases that were certified prior to 1999. Reversals are not performed due to child support issues.
negotiating tactic whereby one party recognizes the viewpoint of the other party and uses it to understand the situation and gain trust to negotiate a better deal
Keywords:  combo, opponent, attack, upper, block
a specific attack your opponent does during your combo that can block your attack and give them the upper hand
When a sale is not concluded. Usually when the sale has been either fraudulent or perhaps returned merchandise.
Keywords:  drama, necessary, element
a necessary element in drama
The act of restoring an account balance to its original value. CAPITAL can do this by treating debits as credit and credits as debits, and re-posting a batch.
a reversal in attitude or principle or point of view; "an about-face on foreign policy"
Keywords:  implying, intended
Intended to reverse; implying reversal.
Keywords:  swap, prior, initial, buying, bond
A bond swap that is the "reverse" of a prior bond swap. If the initial bond swap consisted of selling bond A and buying bond B, the reversal is the sale of B and the purchase of A.
Keywords:  act, order, place
the act of reversing the order or place of
Keywords:  cell, see
See Cell reversal.