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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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Sweet Lilly is at least Listed class on her best form and should feel the benefit for a couple of blow-outs in Dubai at Goodwood.
What I will miss though is Mexican food, crisps, cheddar cheese and my weekend blow-outs, of course.
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I ask you - what clown short of a top layer in his selection box decided our two major blow-outs had to more or less run into each other?
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There is evidence that soapy water jetted against the sidewalls can cause them to disintegrate, and possibly lead to blow-outs.
That's in every game - there can't be any more blow-outs for the rest of the season.
The three major causes of tire blow-outs are: over or under inflating tires, old tires wearing out and water tank damage.
Franchise owners can now offer primping services such as professional blow-outs, makeup and other salon luxuries nationwide.
Last Sunday's race at Silverstone broke my own personal record for the number of blow-outs in a weekend.