Deposit [noun]

Definition of Deposit:

down payment; money saved

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Topographic measurements from MESSENGER also show that the shadowed craters appear to contain thick, sloping deposits, which are probably accumulations of water ice.

It also allowed fraudulent listings that led to guests being scammed out of their deposits.

Some of that research also teased the presence of water at the crater in other ways, like conical hills that are similar to icy mountains on Earth formed by pressurized groundwater, but the salt deposits offer the best evidence.

Typically, university administrators use deposits — minimum fees that students send in to secure their place after receiving an acceptance letter — to forecast the size of their incoming class.

“Your deposit rate is really the only thing you have to go on,” says Jamie Ealy, a senior associate at Art & Science Group, who used to work in admissions offices at West Virginia University and Berea College in Kentucky.

Manganese oxide is found all over the planet — from deposits in Earth’s crust to the seafloor to drinking water.

It separates into three layers upon standing—a brown deposit, a clear fluid, and a frothy layer.

Factors which favor an early deposit are high acidity, diminished urinary pigments, and excessive excretion of uric acid.

A savings bank is not a true bank of deposit, providing circulating credit.

The troops to be prisoners of war and to deposit their arms at a place to be appointed by General Merritt.