Definitions for "exit"
The means by which a private equity firm realizes a return on its investment. For venture capitalists, this typically comes when a portfolio company goes public, or when it merges with, or is acquired by, another company. More often an exit is performed by a Trade Sale, secondary purchase or Buy-Back.
The means - such as a public share issue or corporate acquisition - by which capital gains on investments are realized at the end of the investment period [go back to glossary list
This is an liquidity event, or series of events, that allows a VC firm to turn the equity it owns in a company back into cash. That event is usually a sale of the company to a larger companycorporation, or an IPO that permits the firm to sell its shares. Typically, the VC cannot exit at the time of an IPO because they are "locked up" by the investment banks executing the IPO [see "lock up"].
The way in which an investor closes out a specific position, usually by converting it to cash.
A way of departure; passage out of a place; egress; way out.
That portion of a means of egress that is separated from all other spaces of the building or structure by construction or equipment as required in NFPA 101 5-1.3.2.1 to provide a protected way of travel to the exit discharge. Exits include exterior exit doors, exit passageways, horizontal exits, separated exit stairs, and separated exit ramps.
The point at which a trader closes out of a trade.
An end point in a Maze when that point is on a boundary wall.
An Exit is a mission-specific map, generally accessible near Highways, which can only be accessed by the player who took the mission or by players within a Convoy. Faction Factions are the semi-organised quasi-nations of non-player peoples that live in the world. Non-player factions include the Pikes, Thugz, Derelicts, TemperNet units, INC, etc. Globes Small glowing balls (large marble size to tennis ball size) found only rarely in heavy Contamination sites and used as the highest tier of money in Auto Assault. One globe is worth a thousand bars. Also referred to as glows, sparks or marbles. Hard Points Hard points are slots available on all vehicle chassis where the player can install specific pieces of equipment. The type of installable item depends on the specific hard point's purpose. The ten common hard points are: front weapon, turret weapon, rear weapon, melee weapon, ignition (the chassis itself), hazard kit, ornament, power plant, tyres and armour. A player can easily swap inventory in and out of the hard points at any time, but only items designated for that particular hard point.
Keywords:  quit, departure, ptwin, prose, toolbar
The departure of a player from the stage, when he has performed his part.
Any departure; the act of quitting the stage of action or of life; death; as, to make one's exit.
Quits the COMMAND.COM program (command interpreter).
Used in conjunction with loop, function and subroutine identifiers will cause execution to prematurely leave that operation. Forms: Exit For, Exit Sub, Exit Function. Execution will move to the next executable line after the For Loop, subroutine call, or function call.
How a slide part leaves the screen
Exit (velocity), leaving QG at gas rate Flat tank head, dish REC Recommended
Exit is the debut album of underground hip-hop artist k-os, released 26 March 2002 in Canada and 28 January 2003 in the US by Astralwerks.
Exit is an electronic music album released in 1981 by the German group Tangerine Dream. The first track features an uncredited Russian woman chanting the names of the continents of the world and pleading to end the threat of "limited" nuclear war.
"Exit" is the tenth track from U2's 1987 album, The Joshua Tree. Inspired by Norman Mailer's The Executioner's Song, "Exit" is a somber song about a psychotic murderer obsessed about something he called the "hands of love". The song starts off so quietly, it is barely audible.
pass from physical life and lose all all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life; "She died from cancer"; "They children perished in the fire"; "The patient went peacefully"
The last non-graphic requested as part of a visit.
The last URL your visitors went to before they left your website.
To logout. When used in a terminal window, closes the window. If exit doesn't work try typing logout. Pressing Ctrl-D can also log you out.
A piece of code that, if executed, stops a program running, typically handing control back to the operating system for exception handling. Exits are much loved by systems programmers who can often be seen on cold winter’s nights huddled around the nostalgic glow of an eserver zSeries 900, yarning and joshing about great exits they worked on in the good old days when mainframes ruled the earth.
To terminate or log-off from a program.
Keywords:  werber, mounier, taito, alain, michel
EXIT is an action/puzzle video game that was developed and published by Taito Corporation for the Play Station Portable. It was first released in Japan, on December 15, 2005, and in North America and Europe on February 15 2006.
Exit is a French graphic novel about suicide, written by Bernard Werber, drawn by Alain Mounier and published by Albin Michel.
EXIT were a performance art group during the mid 1970s. EXIT members Penny Rimbaud and Gee Vaucher later founded anarchist punk rock band Crass, adopting many of EXIT's experimental/multi media techniques into Crass' presentation.
University EXIT doors, which lead either into an enclosed stairwell or to the outdoors, are identified by an illuminated "EXIT" sign. This sign is either above the exit door or close to it (e.g., ceiling-hung signs with a directional arrow pointing towards the exit door). The University's enclosed stairwells are considered exits as they are constructed of materials with a two-hour fire resistance rating that protects individuals from the effects of a fire during evacuation. Within the stairwells, an individual should follow the directional arrows to the exit door that leads directly outdoors.
A means for going out of a structure through normal openings. A fire exit is especially designed and located for the emergency evacuation of an area.
Keywords:  zmath, select
Select to exit ZMath®.
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an entrance to somewhere else
euphemistic expressions for death; "thousands mourned his passing"
The removal of a life from mortality statistics on account of death or the maturity of a policy.
Keywords:  csh, shell, section, absolute, current
Exit current shell, see the section called "Absolute basics".
Exit current shell, see Section 2.2.
csh Exit the current shell, see csh
a collection of travels built around themes, a body of juxtapositions, written with a literary voice
Keywords:  macbeth, goes, retires, view
He (or she ) goes out, or retires from view; as, exit Macbeth.
Keywords:  catchy, loud, slice, prime, pop
a prime example, a loud, catchy slice of lo-fi pop
A routine, normally user-supplied, that receives control from the system.
vb. In a program, to move from the called routine back to the calling routine. A routine can have more than one exit point, thus allowing termination based on various conditions.
Keywords:  monica, scene, him, instead, character
A character's exit from a scene . "Could we have him exit on Monica's line instead?"
Keywords:  banner, query, menus, cancels, mode
From forms and windows, exits you from the form or window. From menus, exits you from the Banner system. From query mode, cancels the query and takes the form out of query mode.
Keywords:  aircraft, jump, letting, entering, air
Letting go or jump out of the aircraft and entering the air.
Keywords:  menu, close, longer, program, command
Use the Exit command to close all active presentations as well as the application.
This means to close a program so that it is no longer running on your computer, or to close a screen in a program.
Function in the File menu that closes the program.
Keywords:  lead, lose, get, off
get off lead.
lose the lead
Keywords:  game, get, link, locations, connects
a link which connects two locations in the game
to get out of the game.
Keywords:  element
The exit Element
Keywords:  going, act
the act of going out
Keywords:  limit, see
(see Limit)