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Drop

Refers to over-the-counter trading. Remove from OTC trading list; hence, no longer making a market in a security.

Drop

To remove a security from a list of securities for which a dealer serves as a counterparty in the over-the-counter market.
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The AGDISP model could not predict droplet fate past 400 m, but many droplets were still airborne at this distance.
As noted in the introduction, it is expected that higher order rheological properties are extant at aged bitumen droplet surfaces.
The main objective of this study was to investigate the applicability of a laser diffraction analyzer for characterizing the droplet size and size distribution of wood resin-adhesive spray generated by a spinning disk atomizer.
The images were analyzed in four ways: a circle fit to the droplet shape using the PS method and an ellipse fit to the droplet shape using the GLS method, for both adaptive and constant thresholds.
If we note the number of droplet (n) which have impinged ([[delta].
2005) can slip through face masks and enter into room air, the droplet deposition on the covering during a cough is calculated according to an empirical equation proposed by Papavergos and Hedley (1984), which can correctly estimate the dimensionless deposition velocity in the diffusion-impaction regime with higher friction velocity on the mask surface.
In general, there are two methods for sampling droplet size: (i) spatial and (ii) flux or temporal techniques (Fig.
The wind tunnel results show that the droplets produced by Corexit 9500 and Corexit 9527 were similar in size at the simulated 140-mph flight speed and that the droplets generally start to break up about 3 feet from a nozzle.
In acquiring Droplet, Vivox is building on its history of improving the communication experience for consumers and carriers alike," said Rob Seaver, Vivox CEO.
For the study, the researchers drew six successive 20-microlitre droplets of blood from 11 donors.
c--convection; " c"--convective heating; "c + r"--convective-radiative heating; C--droplet centre; co--condensation; e--equilibrium evaporation; f--phase change; g--gas; i--time index in a digital scheme; it--number of iteration; IT--index of closing iteration; I--index of control time; j--index of radial coordinate; J--index of droplet surface; k--conduction; " k"--conductive heating; l--liquid; m--mass average; r--radiation; rt--dew point; R--droplet surface; v--vapor; vg--vapor-gas mixture; 0--initial state; [SIGMA]--total; [infinity]--far from a droplet;