Definitions for "Runoff"
Water originating from rainfall and other sources (e.g., sprinkler irrigation) that is found in drainage facilities, rivers, streams, springs, seeps, ponds, lakes, wetlands, and shallow groundwater.
Water originating as rain or snow that runs off the land in streams, eventually reaching oceans, inland seas, or aquifers unless it evaporates first.
Freshwater from melted ice or precipitation that flows on the earth's surface into nearby streams, lakes, wetlands, and reservoirs.
Keywords:  saltzer, ctss, jerome, multics, mad
RUNOFF was the first computer text formatting program to see significant use. It was written in 1964 for the CTSS operating system by Jerome H. Saltzer in MAD assembler.
Multics operating system. It was a descendant of the RUNOFF type-setting program from CTSS and was originally written by Jerome H. Saltzer.
Keywords:  ticker, afterwards, nyse, tape, printed
Used for listed equity securities. Series of trades printed on the ticker tape that occur on the NYSE before 4:00 p.m., but are not reported until afterwards due to heavy trading that makes the tape late.
The procedure of printing the end-of-day prices for every stock on an exchange onto ticker tape.
Keywords:  dsg, lemke, emilie, election, justice
a final election to resolve an earlier election that did not produce a winner
a separate election from the original vote, DSG Chief Justice Emilie Lemke said, and any punishments should only apply to the election during which the violation occurred
Keywords:  russell
Russell 1000 Russell 2000
Public domain version of the venerable Runoff text processor, including variants such as DSR, and various other enhancements.
Keywords:  stormwater, see
See Stormwater.
A termination provision in a reinsurance contract stipulating that the reinsurer shall remain liable for loss under each reinsured policy in force until its expiration date.