- (of angles) pointing outward at an angle of less than 180 degrees
- represented as leaping (rampant but leaning forward)
- (military) the part of the line of battle that projects closest to the enemy
- On the other hand, salient differences were detected between the two markets.
- Client service that allows a user to modify the cartographic characteristics of a feature or feature collection by simplifying its visualisation, while maintaining its salient elements – the spatial equivalent of simplification.
- After analysing the known, salient other factors together with allegations made by interested parties as detailed in recital 285 and subsequent, it is concluded that they are not such as to break the causal link between the dumped imports from the countries concerned and the material injury suffered by the Community industry.
- Reforms catering for more adaptable, inclusive and integrated labour markets, more competition on product markets and deeper financial market integration accompanied by growth and stability-oriented macroeconomic policies are particularly salient for euro-area Member States as they have an important impact on their capacity to adequately adjust to shocks.
- Both are also particularly salient for euro area and ERM2 Member States as they have an important impact on their capacity to adequately adjust to shocks with an asymmetric impact and therefore on the economic resilience of the euro area as a whole.
- According to Alstom's 2003 annual report, the Hydro Power segment comprises the following products and services: hydraulic turbines and pumps up to 800 MW; hydro generators up to 800 MW; generator motors, salient pole generators, gates and valves; turnkey contracting including control systems covering the complete range of plants from 2 MW to 800 MW; refurbishment of hydropower plants; and water pumping stations and hydro-mechanical equipment for water transportation.
- For the purpose of this point, an institution shall have sufficient market data to ensure that it fully captures the salient risks of those exposures in its internal approach in accordance with the standards set out in this point, demonstrates through back testing or other appropriate means that its risk measures can appropriately explain the historical price variation of those products, and is able to separate the positions for which it holds approval in order to incorporate them in the capital charge in accordance with this point from those positions for which it does not hold such approval.