liq


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liq

1. slang A liquor store. Pronounced as one word ("lick") or individual letters ("L I Q"). Often the first or all letters are capitalized. We're heading down to the Liq to get some beers for the party—want to come? That's the third time this year he's been kicked out of the LIQ with a fake ID.
2. slang Alcohol, especially hard liquor. Hey man, think you could hook me up with some liq? I'll pay you extra for it. I want to get some liq and get trashed tonight.

LIQ

n. a liquor store. (Initialism or acronym.) Let’s stop at the LIQ and get some berries.
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Our conjecture is that SMB could be a proxy for LIQ.
The data starts much later than for the market model because of the availability of the tradable LIQ data.
Previously, we stated that the tradable LIQ factor was not significant on average.
2) One conjecture is that LIQ is less potent in explaining the average sector returns than (SMB) and SMB could be a replacement for LIQ.
Although we show in this paper that the LIQ variable may not have much econometric validity, this variable appears to improve the dynamic stability of the adjusted [R.
10) The LIQ variable is really a measure of illiquidity, not liquidity, as correctly noted by Bodie et al.
The Lupus Alliance of LIQ is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the lives of those living with lupus through awareness, education, support services and research.
This study is in the spirit of the work by Demetriades and Hussein (1996), in that we use a bivariate VAR and include, among our four indicators, the two measures of financial development that the authors use, namely the variables LIQ and PRIVCR.