hypotheca


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hypotheca

(ˌhaɪpəʊˈθiːkə)
n, pl -cae (-siː)
(Biology) the inner and younger layer of the cell wall of a diatom. Compare epitheca
[from hypo- + theca]
Translations
Hypotheka
하각
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The Company's investment in the CLO was conducted through Hypotheca Capital, LLC, the Company's taxable REIT subsidiary.
3-hecate dinoflagellate taxa are primarily defined by the number and arrangement ofplates in the epitheca, hypotheca, sulcus and cingulum, the latter three considered more conservative (Balech 1980).
Unlike the Germans, the Romans had liberalized their secured transactions law considerably and allowed for non-possessory security interests in the form of a hypotheca (as opposed to a possessory pledge, known as a pignus).