XYZ


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XYZ

 (ĕks′wī-zē′)
interj. Informal
Used to indicate to someone that the zipper of his or her pants is open.

[ex(amine) y(our) z(ipper).]
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As the pricing program was being implemented, a few members of XYZ Mortgage's management were still skeptical about whether optimized rates would reach the borrower intact due to exceptions and discounts, especially in the wholesale channel.
XYZ Solutions' 3D software package allows users to model spatial information combined with positioning technologies to virtually "see" a construction site or asset, from anywhere, at any time, in a collaborative Internet-based environment.
XYZ Machine Tools sells a wide range of metalcutting machines, including a new "eRange"--low-cost manual mills, grinders, and lathes built in China and Taiwan.
For example, Acme Manufacturing tells XYZ Movers that if it wants Acme's business, XYZ must be responsible for the entire value of Acme's cargo; and Acme wants XYZ to accept this additional liability at no additional charge.
When XYZ learned about the memo, ABC executives offered no retraction.
Members also will be presented with both supporting and opposing views in many future communications on XYZ.
For example, if you buy XYZ company stock for $50, you might place a stop-loss order at $40, limiting your downside on the stock to $10 per share, which would be 20%.
We have all seen the maddening campaign ads: the perfect little couple in the perfect little house, dutifully pondering Proposition XYZ, trying to figure out what it all means.
A photo of campers singing and dancing around the campfire might have a caption: "At Camp XYZ, campers learn to get along with peers.
The menu planned for the ABC Analyzer was attractive, but our past experiences with the technical services staff at Vendor B convinced us that customer support for the XYZ would be hard to beat.