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Assimilation

The public absorption of a new issue of stocks once the stock has been completely sold by underwriter. See: Absorbed.

Assimilation

The sale of the totality of a new issue. That is, assimilation occurs when investors buy the issue from underwriters and begin trading it like any other security.
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In the treatment of removal of lower leaves of cab, TGW was decreased due to the deficiency of assimilates.
For example, counselors-in-training begin at a level of over-reliance on assessment instruments and as they develop counselors-in-training grow to critically assimilate and accommodate the use of assessment instruments.
They have gone back in time to the year 2063 to assimilate Earth and prevent the human race from launching its first warp-speed craft.
ASSIMILATE is committed to empowering the broad spectrum of creative and post-production professionals with state-of-the-art, intuitive, data-centric solutions that enable increased productivity and deliver optimal price/performance.
Vlade Lisboa of ASSIMILATE in Sao Paulo, Brazil performed the color grading on-set for the production, using SCRATCH Lab, and archived the content from Sony's memory cards to external hard drives.
The participation of stem reserves assimilates in yield at stressful condition significantly was not more of optimum environment.
He argues in his opening chapter that viewing whites as a future minority not only assumes that all minorities share the same social position, it also "discounts the ability" of non-black minority groups to assimilate into the white majority.
In particular, so-called bilingual education programs that keep kids in Spanish classes and out of English classes have made it harder for many Hispanics to assimilate.
Patrick Stewart plays Professor Xavier, who believes [that] as a mutant, to affect society you shouldn't exaggerate your difference but assimilate.
The mammoth Internet service provider would assimilate Metamor's 70 offices and nearly 5,000 employees, which would then enable it to provide a wide range of Web design and technological applications.
The great founder of Zionism, Theodor Herzl, himself believed that those Jews remaining in the diaspora after the establishment of the Jewish state would eventually totally assimilate.
What had originally been thought of as a "trip to the promised land," had been hampered by unemployment, racism and pressure to assimilate into Israeli society.