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This term is used in computing to describe an interface. It means "What You See Is What You Get".

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Call Option Principal Place of Business Email client
Gold Standard Community Acquis Domicile of dependency
Estimation Procedure Fringe time Interest
Single Market Sawbuck Secondary Home
Moving forward Zero rated Assignor
Direct Representative Tolar Entities
Memorandum of Understanding Team player Realisable property
Confidentiality agreement Book value Registered Design
Vest Tax Avoidance Suppressio veri
Org chart Complaints Commissioner to the Bar Council Natural Person
Financial Constraints Liability Advertising Standards Authority
In esse Voluntold Insider selling
Undercapitalized Doable CCCL

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