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Absorb

1. To trade a security without driving the market price in any direction. That is, a security is said to absorb transactions when they do not cause the price to go up or down.

2. To refrain from passing on a cost to customers. For example, a business absorbs a cost when it must pay an additional $1 per unit in taxes but does not raise a unit's retail price by any amount.

absorb

To offset sell orders or a new security offering with buy orders.
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Also high CaCO3 and pH, high amounts of bicarbonate in irrigation water and high usage of phosphorus fertilizer in soil have negative effect on absorbability of Zn and Mn and by lasting time, the absorbability of these elements decreased.
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12], as a result of their study, stated that stable strontium is a useful replacement of calcium in routine clinical assessment of the absorbability of dietary calcium.
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