Save as You Earn (Governmental » Police)

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  • SAYE — FINANCE abbreviation for save as you earn * * * SAYE UK US noun HR, FINANCE ► ABBREVIATION for SAVE AS YOU EARN(Cf. ↑save as you earn) …   Financial and business terms

  • Saye — is a woollen cloth woven in the west and south of England in and around the 15th and 16th centuries. A suburb of Bristol, England is called Sea Mills, this was originally Saye Mills.Samuel Pepys on June 21, 1661,… …   Wikipedia

  • SAYE — See SAYE option scheme. savings related share option scheme. Related links employee share ownership plan (ESOP) Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary o …   Law dictionary

  • Saye — (spr. Sä), Flüßchen, entspringt u. mündet im französischen Departement Gironde rechts in die Dordogne …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • saye — [sɛ] n. f. ÉTYM. 1307; autre forme de saie, employé également dans ce sens à la même époque. ❖ ♦ Anciennt. Serge légère de laine, en usage du XVIe au XVIIIe siècle. ❖ DÉR. Sayette …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Saye — la Saye (ou le ruisseau de la Saye) Caractéristiques Longueur 41,5 km Bassin 293 km2 Bassin collecteu …   Wikipédia en Français

  • saye — Un Saye, ou Sayon, Tunica, Sagum. Un saye noir, Tunica pulla. Des sayes qui ont des coqueluchons par derriere, Saga cuculla. Qui a un saye vestu, Sagatus, Tunicatus. Qui vend des sayes et hoquetons, Sagarius …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • Saye — Recorded as Sai, Say, Saye, Sey, and probably others, this intriguing name is of French origins, of which it may have at least two. The first is locational from a place called Sai in the departement of Orne, or from Say, in the region of France… …   Surnames reference

  • saye — is., esk., Far. sāye 1) Gölge 2) mec. Koruma, yardım …   Çağatay Osmanlı Sözlük

  • Saye — SAY, SAYE A delicate serge or woollen cloth made of worsted yarns in 4 shaft twill weave. Usually dyed black and used for shirts by certain religious orders, and for aprons by the quakers. Mentioned in 1739 as being made at Sudbury, near… …   Dictionary of the English textile terms

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