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Blowout

The rapid sale of all shares in a new securities offering. See: hot issue.

Blowout

A new issue of a security that is placed with investors almost immediately and with no difficulty because of high demand on the part of investors. A blowout may be a sign of a well-regarded company; it could also occur during a speculative bubble. See also: Hot Issue.

blowout

The nearly immediate sale of a new security issue because of great investor demand. See also hot issue.
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The problem, said safety board investigator Mary Beth Mulcahy, was that well owner BP and rig operator Transocean didn't test the blowout preventer's individual safety systems.
Kevin Morley (Watching the trainers) Blowout Yes, he is the one to beat in the staying division but he'll have his campaign geared to one contest - the Ascot Gold Cup.
Based on the hydraulic theory, they reported that the mean amount of predicted theoretical energy required to cause an orbital floor blowout fracture was 71 mJ (range: 38 to 127).
There is special attention being focused on drilling safety in the Arctic with Shell and other companies because the Arctic is a new frontier where cleanup of an oil spill is even more challenging than in other places, and where a blowout in ice could have catastrophic consequences.
Additional frequent visitors to blowout penstemon flowers, thought to be the common pollinators of Penstemon, include four species of megachilid bees (Hoplitis pilosifrons Cresson, Osmia cyaneonitens Cockerell, O.
Total amount of blowout and mean size of blowout in the habitat also varied across the landscape.
congressional leaders are calling on the FDA to issue a voluntary recall of Brazilian Blowout and to consider a ban.
The blind shear rams were designed to be activated from control panels on the drilling rig, or by several backup means: an emergency disconnect button on the rig, an automatic cutoff if connections were lost between the rig and the blowout preventer 5,000 feet down at the sea floor, or direct manipulation by remotely operated submersibles, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
If anyone had consulted him or any other shore-based engineer, the blowout might never have happened," Bartlit's report said.
We have more work to do in our reform agenda, but at this point we believe the strengthened safety measures we have implemented, along with improved spill response and blowout containment capabilities, have reduced risks to a point where operators who play by the rules and clear the higher bar can be allowed to resume.
A 12-member government evidence team will take possession of the blowout
Of course, an ineffective blowout preventer was not the only failure leading up to the worst oil spill in U.