Outperform, Back to Back Life Sentences and Adiabatic Cooling

Today's Finance Jargon
Outperform is when a stock is expected to do slightly better than the market return.
Also known as "market outperform", "moderate buy", or "accumulate".

Today's Law Jargon
Back-to-Back Life Sentences
n. slang for consecutive life terms imposed by a judge when there were two crimes committed by the defendant, both of which can result in punishment of a life term, such as two murders, or a murder and a rape involving aggravated assault. The purpose of making the sentences subsequent ("back-to-back") and not "concurrent" (served at the same time) is to lessen the chance of parole, since if parole were permissible after 25 years, the defendant would then begin the second "life" sentence and would wait another 25 years for a parole hearing.

Today's Engineering Jargon
Adiabatic Cooling
A method in which paramagnetic salts are pre-cooled, and then demagnetized, thereby producing further cooling.

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