the number of times that a company's dividends to shareholders could be paid out of its annual profits after tax, used as an indication of the probability that dividends will be maintained in subsequent years
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A Glimpse Into The Differences Among US, UK, And Aussie EnglishAmerican, Australian, and UK English sometimes feel like apples and oranges ... and bananas? The real kicker comes when a juxtaposition of all three languages occurs (Like in this here slideshow!), because that's when their differences really shine.
- divide and conquer,
- divided highway,
- dividend on,
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