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Bracket

A term signifying the extent of an underwriter's commitment in a new issue, e.g., major bracket or minor bracket.

Bracket

A group of underwriters responsible for placing a certain amount of a new issue with investors. Brackets are arranged in a hierarchy, which indicates how much of an issue each bracket is placing with respect to the others. The brackets are called, from largest to smallest: bulge bracket, major bracket, minor bracket, underwriter, selling group. The second largest bracket is sometimes called the mezzanine bracket. Brackets are listed in order of size on an advertisement detailing each new issue, known as the tombstone.
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The clarity bracket is a polycrystalline, mechanically retained ceramic bracket, having metal lined arch wire slot having advantage of increased strength to withstand routine orthodontic torque forces5 and to counter friction.
In 2019, taxpayers in the third bracket will pay a lower P22,500 plus 20 percent in excess of P400,000.
Bracket eCOA(TM) is a flexible platform for electronic clinical outcomes assessments.
Bracket F was claimed by Antonio Brias in his colorful Mazda Miata Race car while points Leader Robert Tan took second.
For Bombardier, the new bracket technology results in significant cost savings in fuel, and consequently helps to benefit the environment through lower C02 emissions.
One of the best ways to control your tax bracket is to take advantage of the tax incentives provided by the government for retirement savings.
If you find a bent support bracket, tell your mechanic.
This percentage decrease results from the 15% bracket tax savings from the ordinary income offset and the additional 15% bracket tax savings from the preferential income shift from the 25% to the 15% bracket.
Metal stair-rail brackets are sold at most home centers.
These advantages apply in principle to all self-ligating brackets, although the different makes vary in their ability to deliver these advantages consistently in practice: More certain full archwire engagement [4]; Low friction between bracket and archwire [4]; Less chair side assistance and faster archwire removal and ligation [5,6,7]; Self-ligation reduces the risk of percutaneous injuries [8] and potential transmission of HBV, HCV, or HIV for both the orthodontist and the staff [9]; Self-ligating brackets can also be superior to conventional appliances in treating patients with complications, such as hemophilia [10], swollen gingival tissue due to persistent mouth breathing [9].
The patented Belt Conveyor Idler Replacement Bracket eliminates the need to replace the entire frame when a center support fails.