Assimilation

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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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Even when obtained from lean food sources, the problem with excess protein consumption is that the surplus cannot be stored or assimilated.
Now, however, those who were rejected fill the churches, though not at the same time as those who assimilated long ago.
While such a movement may be difficult to explain from a picture of a strictly assimilated German Jewry, it becomes far less surprising in view of Mendes-Flohr's more contoured analysis of the German-Jewish encounter as an "inner Jewish dialogue.
8 percent of the least assimilated males smoking and the most assimilated males smoking at 8.
They were followed by the services professions that assimilated 364,321 workers with an increase rate of 3.
Collection service door to door urban waste and assimilated in the towns of Castelfiorentino (FI), Certaldo (FI), Gambassi Terme (FI) and Montaione (FI) as described in the Special Chapter descriptive and performance.
Yancey is able to draw some evidence for his claims regarding the changing definition of whiteness in chapter two by examining how other racial and ethnic groups have historically assimilated into white society, but this does not include an examination of why African Americans might not desire to "move out" of the black race.
In addition to serving as a constabulary in "Core" nations not entirely assimilated, American troops are to be used to break the will of "Gap" nations who resist the gospel of globalization.
According to Fiennes, writer-director Szabo (``Mephisto,'' ``Colonel Redl'') was looking to tell a story about ``the disease of wanting to be accepted and assimilated.
Trow's book documents the collapse of a dominant class; Harris' is an unsentimental eulogy for a vanishing ethnicity, one that's been assimilated into commercial culture at the expense of its defining characteristics.
Usually, acculturated people are assimilated, but again, not always.
Contract notice: Disinfectants detergents and personal care products for inter departmental purchasing group in public hospitals and assimilated of the isere and ain savoy.