parity price [(par-uh-tee)]
A price paid to American farmers that is designed to give them the same real income that they had between 1910 and 1914, a period selected because it was a time of agricultural prosperity.
[pahrk] /pɑrk/ noun 1. an area of land, usually in a largely natural state, for the enjoyment of the public, having facilities for rest and recreation, often owned, set apart, and managed by a city, state, or nation. 2. an enclosed area or a stadium used for sports: a baseball park. 3. a considerable extent […]
[pahr-kuh] /ˈpɑr kə/ noun 1. a fur coat, shirtlike and hooded, for wear in the arctic and other regions of extreme cold. 2. a hip-length jacket or overshirt with an attached hood, often of wool or of a windproof, water-repellent material lined or trimmed with wool, used by skiers, hunters, the military, etc. 3. any […]
[pahr-keyd] /pɑrˈkeɪd/ noun, Canadian. 1. a building or other construction designed for the parking of motor vehicles. /ˈpɑːkeɪd/ noun 1. (Canadian) a building used as a car park
[pahrk-uh n-rahyd] /ˈpɑrk ənˈraɪd/ noun 1. a municipal system that provides free parking for suburban commuters at an outlying terminus of a bus or rail line. adjective 2. of or relating to such a system: park-and-ride lots. noun a system set up with suburban or outskirt parking areas from which public transportation carries people to […]