from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Ease in moving, acting, or doing; aptitude: "an extreme facility in acquiring new dialects” ( W.H. Hudson).
- n. Readiness to be persuaded; pliability.
- n. Something that facilitates an action or process. Often used in the plural. See Synonyms at amenity.
- n. Something created to serve a particular function: hospitals and other health care facilities.
- n. Informal A restroom.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being easily performed; freedom from difficulty; ease.
- n. Ease in performance; readiness proceeding from skill or use; dexterity.
- n. Easiness to be persuaded; readiness or compliance; -- usually in a bad sense; pliancy.
- n. Easiness of access; complaisance; affability.
- n. That which promotes the ease of any action or course of conduct; advantage; aid; assistance; -- usually in the plural.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being easily done or performed; freedom from difficulty; ease: as, the facility of an operation.
- n. Ease in doing or performance; readiness proceeding from skill or practice; dexterity: as, he performed the work with great facility.
- n. Easiness to be moved or persuaded; readiness of compliance; pliancy; specifically, in Scots law, a degree of mental weakness short of idiocy, but justifying legal intervention.
- n. Easiness of access; complaisance; affability; urbanity.
- n. The means by which the performance of anything is rendered more easy; convenience; assistance; advantage: usually in the plural: as, facilities for traveling or for study.
- n. Expertness, Knack, etc. (see readiness), ability, quickness.
- n. Civility.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a natural effortlessness
- n. a building or place that provides a particular service or is used for a particular industry
- n. skillful performance or ability without difficulty
- n. something designed and created to serve a particular function and to afford a particular convenience or service
- n. a service that an organization or a piece of equipment offers you
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
Did you say that you expect to refile your term facility before the July 2012 expiration of the revolver?
We've also made significant progress on a term facility which when put in place will allow us to continue our core debt origination business in a way that will be accretive to NorthStar.
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Loans made under the term facility and the revolving facility will bear interest, at
Loans made under the term facility and the revolving facility will generally bear interest at a rate based on LIBOR (which will, with respect to the term loan B facility, be subject to a floor of 1.50%) plus a margin.
Under the term facility, Amegy will make individual term loans for new Company store development over the next year.
The largest maturity is $165 million related to the term facility underlying a group of properties being marketed for sale by the joint venture with various of Prudential Real Estate investments sponsored funds.
On April 7, 2008, the Partnership entered into an interest rate swap agreement, which fixed the variable portion of the term facility's interest at 3. 29%, which when added to the 1% stamp fee, results in an annual interest rate of 4. 29%, excluding legal and associated costs, over the term of the facility.
I have just had a look at the title facility in HD6 and it's far superior to 08 but I was wondering is HD6 better in every aspect or does it have it's drawbacks compared to 08.