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n. a payment which is made before it is legally due, such as befo...
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Increase in the market price of stocks, bonds, commodities, or other assets.
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c. 1300, "boasting, ostentation," from advance (v.). Early 15c. as "advancement in rank, wealth, etc." Advances "amorous overtures" is from 1706.
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mid-13c., avauncen, transitive, "improve (something), further the development of," from Old French avancier "move forward" (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *abanteare (source of Italian a [..]
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Mining in the same direction, or order of sequence; first mining as distinguished from retreat.
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to move forward or progress.
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A type of loan or payment in which money is paid ahead of time, in anticipation of repayment or other future adjustment. For example, paying for goods before they are shipped.
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advance(a): being ahead of time or need; "gave advance warning"; "was beforehand with her report" move forward, also in the metaphorical sense; & [..]
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to move forward
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To move the ball closer to the putting green.
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the non-returnable payment to authors by publishers against which the royalty
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  to prefer, promote to honour.
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Definitions (2) 1. An increase in price; opposite of decline.
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avansirn
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ad·vanced ad·vanc·ing : to supply or provide ahead of time: as a : to give (a gift) by way of or as an advancement b : to supply (as money) beforehand in expectation of repayment or ...
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A story outlining a future event. Also means to raise the priority of a story or an upfront payment for written work, particularly long articles or text.
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(1) A story looking ahead to a future event. (2) To bring a story forward in a bulletin or earlier in a newspaper. (3) An up-front payment for commissioned work, such as a longer article or a book.
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When an artist enters a contract with a record label or publishing company, they are given an ‘advance’ by their label/publisher – a lump of loaned money which the artist then uses to record an [..]
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a sum of money paid in anticipation of future earnings to the artist by a record company, publisher or merchandiser. An advance is not repayable but may be recouped by the company from monies which in [..]
Source: musicmanagersforum.ca

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To move cargo up line to a vessel leaving sooner than the one booked. (See "Roll.")
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An advance is a loan, normally from a record label to an artist, to be repaid (recouped) from record sales. An advance is for one or more albums depending on the contract. A publisher’s advance woul [..]
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Money paid to an author once the author’s book is acquired
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A story about a future event. Also called a preview.
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A story outlining a future event. Also means to raise the priority of a story or an upfront payment for written work, particuarly long articles or text.
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news of an event to occur in the future
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A partial upfront drawdown of a loan.
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The amount of funds advanced to a Client by Lloyds Bank Commercial Finance. This is also known as a Payment.
Source: lloydsbankcommercialfinance.co.uk

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This is the amount of money that we advance to you the day following receipt of your invoices and is expressed as a percentage. i.e. 85% of the invoice value will be advanced to you.
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Payment of cash or the transfer of goods for which an accounting must be rendered by the recipient at some later date.
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The percentage that a factoring & invoice discounting specialist (in this case Skipton Business Finance) will advance against an invoice.
Source: skiptonbusinessfinance.co.uk

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See Drawdown.
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A report dealing with the subjects and issues to be dealt with in an upcoming meeting or event.
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A payment made directly to an individual or organization prior to the actual activity for which the payment is made.
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The amount of money that an invoice finance provider will give you against your invoices. This is expressed as a percentage eg 85% of the invoice value is advanced to you.
Source: cashflowfinance.co.uk

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(n) a movement forward(n) a change for the better; progress in development(n) a tentative suggestion designed to elicit the reactions of others(n) the act of moving forward (as toward a goal)(n)  [..]
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A loan, usually short-term (i.e. one to three years), taking the form of an overdraft to a company or individual.
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When altering course, the distance that the compass platform of a ship has advanced in the direction of the original course on completion of a turn (the steadying point). It is measured from the point [..]
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The distance excavated during a given time (shift or day) in tunnelling, drifting, or in raising or sinking a shaft.
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To move cargo up-line to a vessel leaving sooner than the one booked.
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Money received from an employer before it is actually earned.
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Another name for the mortgage loan.
Source: oceanfinance.co.uk

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When used in publishing an Advance refers to a payment made to the copyright owner or writer before royalties have been earned. Advances can be made by publishers or PROs (Performing Rights Societies) [..]
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 – the sum of money you borrow from your mortgage lender. Annual Percentage Rate (APR)
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An advance decision shortens the time to the next stage. It is changed by advancing the time at which it is due.
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Loaned money, or part of a payment to be made at a later date.
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v. anticipar, adelantar; anticipo, adelanto
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Parole:
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To move cargo up-line to a vessel leaving sooner than the one initially booked.
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An agreed percentage increase applied to the total of invoice plus freight, for unknown expenses at the time of shipment, and also for a portion of the insured's profit.
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Part of the formula used to determine insured value. It is an agreed percentage increase, commonly 10%, applied to the total of invoice and freight. This provides for unknown expenses at the time of s [..]
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to prefer, promote to honour
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This is the amount of money that the factoring company advances to your company when they buy the invoice. The advance is often a percentage of the gross value of the invoice and is wired shortly afte [..]
Source: factoringglossary.org

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n. a payment which is made before it is legally due, such as before shipment is made, a sale is completed, a book is completed by the author, or a note is due to be paid.
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1. The act of advancing or moving forward or upward; progress. 2. Improvement or progression, physically, mentally, morally, or socially; as, an advance in health, knowledge, or religion; an advance i [..]
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1. The distance a vessel moves in its initial direction from the point where the rudder is started over until the heading has changed 90°. 2. The distance a vessel moves in the initial direction for [..]
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To move forward, as to move a line of position forward, parallel to itself, along a course line to obtain a line of position at a later time. The opposite is RETIRE.
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Advanced Driver & Vehicle Advisory Navigation Concept (US).
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(1) (verb) bid, double or redouble after partner enters the auction by doubling or overcalling
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Make a bid after partner enters the auction with an overcall or takeout double.
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Funds paid by a WFO sponsor, usually as a condition of Berkeley Lab beginning work on an award. The advance is held in a deferred revenue account until such time as it is drawn down (usually the last [..]
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A term usually arising with respect to copyrightable works such …
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An amount paid prior to the later receipt of goods, services, or other assets. Advances are ordinarily made only to payees to whom an agency has an obligation, and they do not exceed the amount of the [..]
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Promote and preserve a strong voice for philanthropy.
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Sum of money "advanced" or lent (mortgage).
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To bring forward; to move towards the front; to make to go on. (obsolete) To raise; to elevate. ''Theyadvanced their eyelids.'' — Shakespeare To raise to a higher rank; to promote. * Bible, [..]
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one of the parameters for measuring the turning performance of a ship it is the distance travelled from the instant the rudder is put over to the point at which she is on her new course; measured alon [..]
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Taking a step towards one’s opponent.
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Increase in the market price of stocks, bonds, commodities, or other assets.
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Advance may refer to: Advance, an offensive push in sports, games, thoughts, military combat, or sexual or romantic pursuits Advance payment for goods or services Advance against royalties, a payment [..]
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The Advance was an English tricar producing 6 hp (4.5 kW) offered from 1902 to 1912 by a Northampton motorcycle manufacturer.
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Advance is a certified, independent trade union affiliated to the TUC representing workers within the bank Santander UK, the UK subsidiary of Santander Group. The union was formerly known as the Abbey [..]
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Advance is the second studio album by British electronic music duo LFO, released 29 January 1996 by Warp. The album peaked at number 44 on the UK Albums charts and was the final album to feature Gez V [..]
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The Advance was an iron screw steamer tug built in 1884 that was wrecked when she collided with Inverna off Catherine Hill Bay, New South Wales, Australia, on 25 December 1908.
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The Advance was a wooden topsail schooner built in 1872 at Terrigal, that was wrecked when it missed stays whilst carrying ballast (vessel was used in the lime trade) between Botany Bay and Port Steph [..]
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The Advance was a diesel powered wooden carvel schooner built in 1903 at Kaipara, that was wrecked at Wreck Bay, New South Wales in 1915. The wreck has not been located, but the approximate coordinate [..]
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The Advance was a composite schooner built in 1874 at Auckland, New Zealand, that was wrecked when she drifted onto rocks at Henrys Head, Botany Bay, New South Wales, Australia, on 12 June 1902, whils [..]
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Advance may refer to: Advance, an offensive push in sports, games, thoughts, military combat, or sexual or romantic pursuits Advance payment for goods or services Advance against royalties, a payment [..]
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Advance was one of the great Thoroughbred colts of the New Zealand turf. Crowd-pleasing, front-running colt won good races up to 1-1/2 miles, but "The Black Demon" was best known as a superi [..]
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IJ Mitchell of Blyth, South Australia advertised Advance motorcycles built to order in 1905-06. At least one machine was registered.
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Advance was an English-language weekly newspaper published in Sudan in the 1960s. The newspaper was linked to the Sudanese Communist Party. It was edited by Joseph Garang.
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