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50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter.. "M.." ➔ Glossary of frequently used abbreviations...

Payment whereby a mobile phone is used to issue the payment order and possibly transfer the means of payment. http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2007:341:0001:0232:EN:PDF
A "narrow" monetary aggregate that comprises currency in circulation and overnight deposits. http://www.ecb.europa.eu/home/glossary/html/glossa.en.html
An "intermediate" monetary aggregate that comprises M1 plus deposits with an agreed maturity of up to two years and deposits redeemable at notice of up to three months. http://www.ecb.europa.eu/home/glossary/html/glossa.en.html
A "broad" monetary aggregate that comprises M2 plus repurchase agreements, money market fund shares and units as well as debt securities with a maturity of up to two years. http://www.ecb.europa.eu/home/glossary/html/glossa.en.html
Reducing the size of feed materials using mechanical means often in the presence of water or other liquids http://eur-lex.europa.eu/JOHtml.do?uri=OJ:L:2013:029:SOM:EN:HTML
Domestic or household machinery Machinery and equipment of a type designed principally for use by private households, for example, household washing machines. Industrial machinery Machinery and equipment of a type designed principally for use in non-domestic premises, for example, machine-tools or laundry-type washing machines. http://circa.europa.eu/irc/dsis/nacecpacon/info/data/en/NACE%20Rev%202%20structure%20+%20explanatory%20notes%20-%20EN.pdf Eurostat, NACE Rev. 1, 1996RAMON, Eurostat's metadata server
Transport equipment and other machinery and equipment, as defined below other than that acquired by households for final consumption. Tools that are relatively inexpensive and purchased at a relatively steady rate, such as hand tools, may be excluded. Also excluded is machinery and equipment integral to buildings that is included in dwellings and nonresidential buildings. Uncompleted machinery and equipment is excluded, unless produced for own use, because the ultimate user is deemed to take ownership only on delivery of the asset. Machinery and equipment acquired for military purposes is included to the extent that it resembles goods acquired by civilian units for purposes of production and that the military uses in the same way. Machinery and equipment acquired by households for final consumption is not treated as an asset. It is instead included in the memorandum item "consumer durables" in the balance sheet for households. Houseboats, barges, mobile homes and caravans used by households as principal residences are included in dwellings. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/product?code=CA-15-96-001&mode=view
Procedure for tracking suspicious data by checking aggregates or applying statistical methods on all records or on a subset of them. http://www.unece.org/stats/publications/editingglossary.pdf
Integrating data from different sources on an aggregate level, to enable a coherent analysis of the data, and to increase the accuracy of estimates. https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/cros/content/memobust-glossary-pdf-file_en
Detection of individual errors by: 1) checks on aggregated data, or 2) checks applied to the whole body of records. The checks are typically based on the models, either graphical or numerical formula based, that determine the impact of specific fields in individual records on the aggregate estimates. http://www1.unece.org/stat/platform/display/kbase/Glossary
Definition 1 : An umbrella term for editing methods that (initially) check the data on an aggregate level. Definition 2 : A procedure for tracking suspicious data by checking aggregates or applying statistical methods on all records or on a subset of them. https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/cros/content/memobust-glossary-pdf-file_en
Result of aggregation of data on individual units or collections of units to a higher level. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/coded_files/TERMS-IN-STATISTICS_version_4-0.pdf
Database containing macrodata. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/coded_files/UNECE_TERMINOLOGY_STAT_METADATA_2000_EN.pdf
Approach that focuses on the movement and trends in the economy as a whole. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/product?code=KS-GQ-14-012&mode=view
In a magnitude table each cell value represents the sum of a particular response, across all respondents that belong to that cell. Magnitude tables are commonly used for business or economic data providing, for example, turnover of all businesses of a particular industry within a region. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/statmanuals/files/SDC_Handbook.pdf
Dispatches of correspondence and other objects carried on an aircraft, which have been dispatched by and intended for delivery to postal administrations. Express freight and express parcel shipments are excluded.
Any mail loaded onto or unloaded from an aircraft.
All mail on board during each flight stage, including mail loaded and direct transit mail.
A metric tonne of mail revenue load carried one kilometre. Tonne-kilometres performed is obtained by multiplying the total number of tonnes of mail revenue load carried on each sector of a flight by airport-to-airport distance.
A metric tonne of mail revenue load carried one kilometre. Tonne-kilometres performed is obtained by multiplying the total number of tonnes of mail revenue load carried between two airports as initial origin and final destination by airport-to-airport distance.
See: Trading forms
Main (in main family composition, main number of siblings, main activity status and main occupation) refers to the situation that lasted for the longest time when the interviewee was a young teenager. If uncertain which situation lasted for the longest time, the situation which made the most impression. http://ec.europa.eu/eur-lex/pri/en/oj/dat/2004/l_004/l_00420040108en00030006.pdf
Harmonisation of recommended core units, variables and classifications, 2000 Edition: The following groups of main activity status are in use in the LFS, based on the respondent's self-perception: - 1. Employed. Carries out a job or a profession, including unpaid work for a family business or holding, including an apprenticeship or paid traineeship, etc. - 2. Unemployed - 3. Pupil, student, further training, unpaid work experience - 4. In retirement or early retirement or has given up business - 5. Permanently disabled - 6. In compulsory military service - 7. Fulfilling domestic tasks - 8. Other inactive person - 9. Not applicable (child less than 15 years) Labour force survey, 1998: The "main activity status" gives each person's self-perception regarding his/her activity status; for instance, it identifies students with small jobs who are more closely associated with other students than with employed persons.
The level of aggregation immediately below GDP (Gross domestic product). There are seven main aggregates of which the most important are individual consumption expenditure by households, individual consumption expenditure by government, collective consumption expenditure by government and gross fixed capital formation. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/product?code=KS-RA-12-023&mode=view
"Main area" of a given parcel means the area where the parcel has been used only once during a given crop year, and which is unequivocally defined by that use. http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2009:167:0001:0011:EN:PDF
Crop with the highest economic value. https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/DE/TXT/?uri=uriserv%3AOJ.L_.2018.306.01.0014.01.ENG
The objective of the main industrial groupings (MIGs) is to provide an activity breakdown of industry which is an intermediate level between the Sections and the Subsections of NACE. There are five MIGs: - intermediate goods; - capital goods; - consumer durables; - consumer non-durables; - energy. The definitions for each of the MIGs headings are based on the 3-digit level of NACE. It should be noted that the MIGs are not comparable in size, in particular the consumer durables heading is smaller than the others. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/product?code=KS-DL-04-002&mode=view Main industrial groupings 2009Main industrial groupings 2001
Location of the local unit with the largest number of persons actually employed. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/statmanuals/files/KS-32-10-216-EN-C-EN.pdf Eurostat and OECD, "Eurostat - OECD Manual on Business Demography Statistics" (Edition 2007)
The main mode of transport used is defined as the conveyance used to cover the greatest distance.
It is the purpose in the absence of which the trip would not have been made or the given destination would not have been visited.
Main railway lines comprise the high-speed railway lines and important major conventional railway lines as defined by national or international authorities. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/other_documents/transport_glossary_4_ed/index.cfm?TargetUrl=DSP_TRANSPORT_GLOSSARY_4_ED
The "main source of livelihood" is the principal source from which the consumption of each person was financed during a specified reference period. It is recommended to give preference to a long reference period, such as the preceding twelve months or the calendar year, in order to take account of sources which may actually provide an income at periodic or seasonal intervals (such as income from seasonal activities, payment of quarterly benefits from pension plans, annual payment of scholarships or dividends, income from intermittent secondary activities, etc.). Income in kind as well as in cash should be taken into account. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/statmanuals/files/Recomm_estat_2010_EN.pdf
A main telephone line is a telephone line connecting the subscriber’s terminal to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) lines are counted as main telephone lines. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/coded_files/KS-NP-06-009-EN.pdf
The principle of main land use implies that plots of land that cannot be accurately measured or distinguished are classified to the type of land that is regarded as the main use of the surrounding area. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/product?code=KS-GQ-14-012&mode=view
Construct that contains structures capable of providing a maintenance agency to an object. https://sdmx.org/wp-content/uploads/SDMX_Glossary_Version_2_0_October_2018.docx
Organisation or other expert body responsible for the operational maintenance of commonly used metadata artefacts. https://sdmx.org/wp-content/uploads/SDMX_Glossary_Version_2_0_October_2018.docx
Ordinary maintenance and repairs of fixed assets are activities that owners or users of fixed assets are obliged to undertake periodically in order to be able to utilise assets over their expected service lives (they are current costs that cannot be avoided if the fixed assets are to continue to be used); maintenance and repairs do not change the fixed asset or its performance, but simply maintain it in good working order or restore it to its previous condition in the event of a breakdown (note the contrast between this item and "major renovations or enlargements"). http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/statmanuals/files/SNA_1993_EN.pdf
Expenditure for keeping infrastructure in working order. Note: Expenditure on pumping facilities is included. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/statmanuals/files/KS-BI-03-002-__-N-EN.pdf
Expenditure for keeping road vehicles in working order. This definition is identical in the third and fourth version of the Transport Glossary. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/other_documents/transport_glossary_4_ed/index.cfm?TargetUrl=DSP_TRANSPORT_GLOSSARY_4_ED Eurostat, ECMT, UN/ECE, "Glossary for Transport Statistics", 3rd Edition, Luxembourg 2003
Expenditure for keeping roads in working order. This definition is identical in the third and fourth version of the Transport Glossary. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/other_documents/transport_glossary_4_ed/index.cfm?TargetUrl=DSP_TRANSPORT_GLOSSARY_4_ED Eurostat, ECMT, UN/ECE, "Glossary for Transport Statistics", 3rd Edition, Luxembourg 2003
Expenditure for keeping railway vehicles in working order. This definition is identical in the third and fourth version of the Transport Glossary. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/other_documents/transport_glossary_4_ed/index.cfm?TargetUrl=DSP_TRANSPORT_GLOSSARY_4_ED Eurostat, ECMT, UN/ECE, "Glossary for Transport Statistics", 3rd Edition, Luxembourg 2003
Expenditure for keeping vessels in working order. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/statmanuals/files/KS-BI-03-002-__-N-EN.pdf
This heading covers purchases of materials (cement, bricks, etc.), labour costs or overall costs incurred by farmers for maintaining agricultural buildings or other structures (except housing structures) (cf. 2.55.4. to 2.55.6.). http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/statmanuals/files/KS-27-00-782-__-I-EN.pdf
This heading includes: - purchases of goods and services for maintenance (i.e. regular replacement of individual damaged or broken parts) and repairs required to keep capital goods in usable condition (cf. 2.55.4. to 2.55.6.); - purchases of crop protection equipment (excluding preparations for plant protection and pest control, cf. 2.42.), such as detonators, anti-hail protection, anti-frost smoke, etc. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/statmanuals/files/KS-27-00-782-__-I-EN.pdf
Activities which occupy more time than the farm work done for the holding. http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2009:329:0001:0028:EN:PDF
Major renovations or enlargements are activities which increase the performance or capacity of existing fixed assets or significantly extend their previously expected service lives; the decision to renovate, reconstruct or enlarge a fixed asset is a deliberate investment decision which may be undertaken at any time and is not dictated by the condition of the asset. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/statmanuals/files/oecd_measuring_capital_2001_en.pdf
Major renovations or enlargements to fixed assets are distinguished by the following features: a. The decision to renovate, reconstruct or enlarge a fixed asset is a deliberate investment decision that may be undertaken at any time and is not dictated by the condition of the asset. Major renovations of ships, buildings or other structures are frequently undertaken well before the end of their normal service lives; b. Major renovations or enlargements increase the performance or capacity of existing fixed assets or significantly extend their previously expected service lives. Enlarging or extending an existing building or structure obviously constitutes a major change in this sense, but a complete refitting or restructuring of the interior of a building, or ship, also qualifies (SNA 2008, § 6.229). Major renovations or enlargements of fixed assets are activities which increase the performance or capacity of existing fixed assets or significantly extend their previously expected service lives and so are classified as part of gross fixed capital formation; the decision to renovate, reconstruct or enlarge a fixed asset is a deliberate investment decision which may be undertaken at any time and is not dictated by the condition of the asset (note the contrast between this item and "maintenance and repairs") (SNA 1993, § 6.162). http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/statmanuals/files/SNA2008.pdf United Nations, System of National Accounts (SNA) 1993, United Nations, New York, 1993
Ownership of more than 50% of the ordinary shares or voting power of an incorporated enterprise or the equivalent of an unincorporated enterprise. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/statmanuals/files/Frascati-Manual-2015_EN.pdf
See: Shopping center
Allowing grain to commence germination to activate naturally occurring enzymes that are able to break down starch to fermentable carbohydrates and proteins to amino acids and peptides http://eur-lex.europa.eu/JOHtml.do?uri=OJ:L:2013:029:SOM:EN:HTML
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