Definitions for "Credits"
The numbers that dictate a student's college career. Every class grants (usually) 3 credits, the average student carries 15 credit hours a semester. Students will need, gasp, around 128 credits in order to graduate.
Point value of each course. Also called Credit Hours, Semester Hours, Hours.
each unit represents a specific number of credits at a particular level. Each stage comprises 120 credits. Most units on the Programme are currently worth 20 credits, hence six units are typically taken in each stage. The level three dissertation is an exception to this being worth 40 credits. Full-time students are required to undertake all 120 credits in one year of study.
In the history of a statute in a KeyCite result, this category lists in chronological order the citations to session laws that have enacted, amended, or renumbered the section. See Viewing the History of Your Case or Statute for details.
in general, this term refers to the list of technical personnel, cast, and crew of a film; specifically, it refers to the list of names and functions of persons and corporations contributing and responsible for the artistic or intellectual content of a film, such as: "Story by...", "Screenplay by...", "Photography by...", etc.; sometimes distinguished from the cast (the performers in front of the camera); see also titles or post-credits sequence. Example: The beginning of the stark credits in Citizen Kane (1941); Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) is unusual since it doesn't have end credits, but concludes with a placard reading "EXIT MUSIC" while soft mandolin music plays.
Used in electronic media to identify and acknowledge the cast, crew and production staff of film and television products.
These are assigned for emissions reductions. There are four types of Kyoto credit - Assigned Amount Units, Certified Emission Reductions, Emission Reduction Units, and Removal Units. The former are allocated to countries who have Kyoto Protocol targets, and the latter three types are generated through different types of projects.
If you have a store credit, you can use the credit to purchase merchandise free of charge. If you have a tax credit, your taxes are reduced by the amount of your credit. You can get tax credits for purposes such as child care expenses and the earned income credit for low-income taxpayers.
Various reductions allowable by Congress in total tax liability.
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In the numerical rating system, credits represent underwriting factors that have a favorable effect on an individual's mortality rating. Credits are assigned negative values. See also debits and numerical rating system.----------[ Back
In this case, credits comes from the accounting terminology of debits and credits. It is simply used to balance a debit for the purpose of double entry accounting. For example, if a government took in 1,000 in revenue fees in the form of cash, the cash would be debited since cash is an asset and increases in assets are debited; the fees would be credited since fees are equity and any increase in equity is credited. A credit could represent an increase or decrease.
In the numerical rating system used for underwriting life insurance, an applicant's medical, personal, and financial characteristics that have a favorable effect on the individual's mortality rating and are assigned "minus" values. See also debits and numerical rating system.
Keywords:  copeman, byline, dawn, article, bottom
similar to a byline but usually appears at the bottom of the article. Example: © Dawn Copeman 2005.
Outdated, damaged, or unsalable merchandise where a refund can be obtained from another source.
Paper currency is not found in colony. PAPER is not found in colony. All things that resemble paper are replicated. The paper replicated by colony is rarely rewriteable, and to obtain paper that you can write on, is costly.
In many works of science fiction, credits are the major form of currency used by characters. They take the place of modern currencies such as the United States dollar or the Euro, especially in future situations where these societies no longer exist.
For the purposes of the ICM service, a credit indicates a transfer of money out of your FirstBank account into another account.
Keywords:  poker, winning, coins, cent, machine
The Video Poker Machine keeps track of the coins deposited and accumulated as winnings. These are shown on the credit meter. For example, if you deposit $10 in a 25 cent machine, you will receive 40 credits.
A credit is the Video Poker machines equivalent to coins. When you insert coins or bills into the machine you are awarded one credit for each coin. You are also awarded credits for winning hands. Each credit awarded is equivalent to one coin. You can turn your credits back into coins by pressing the Cash Out button on the machine.
A credit is issued to customers for authorized deductions; very often it is used to offset balances remaining on unpaid invoices.
An amount deducted from the purchase price for sums associated with the property such as closing costs or necessary repairs that must be done to the property.
Credits increase liability accounts and decrease asset accounts.
At least one component of every accounting transaction (journal entry) is a credit. Credits increase liabilities and equity and decrease assets.
on maps, the text that can include the data source and acquisition date, accuracy information, and other details that are required or helpful to readers.
The amount of data you are permitted to download from a ratio site. The more credits you have the more software you are allowed to download.
The amount of nutrient load reduced below the allowance.
Designation used for individual names and their functions in a production when they appear at the end of the program, as opposed to "titles," used when they appear at the beginning.
Keywords:  chips, sometimes, money, unit, another
Another term for a unit of money, sometimes also called chips.
Names of persons who either created or performed in a program.