All monies received by the managing agent in respect of co-ownership assets of each series will be credited to the collection account and applied by the managing agent in a defined order of priority.
What does DO stand for?
DO stands for Defined Order
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of DO
We have 29 other meanings of DO in our Acronym Attic
- Doe Niet Zo Moeilijk! (weblog; Dutch: Not So Hard to Do!)
- De Nieuwe Zorg Thuis (Dutch: The New Home Care)
- Daily Orange (Syracuse University student newspaper; New York)
- Dark One (Wheel of Time series)
- Data Object
- Data Out
- Dawson and Oberman (plasmas)
- Day Off
- Defense Order
Samples in periodicals archive:
Defense articles that are Significant Military Equipment (SME), require Enhanced End-Use Monitoring (EUM), are restricted under the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) restrictions, or are classified items must be identified clearly on the LOA using defined order MASLs.
Peptides, basically, are amino acids that are linked in a defined order.
Nature is still doing all the work in creating photonic crystals; we're just politely asking it to do it in a particular location with a defined order and configuration.
Each of the phases offers several outlets that are capable of sequencing Power On to the loads in the defined order and time delay set by the user.
The current versions of both tools were brought online only for Army Defined Order cases in the DSAMS case development pipeline.
Defense articles that are SME require enhanced end-use monitoring (EUM), and are restricted under the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) restrictions, or are classified items must be identified clearly on the LOA using defined order MASLs.
Furthermore, pursuant to an additional purchase price mechanism, a maximum of 30 million Euros will be paid depending on a defined order backlog at the end of 2005.