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Pot

The portion of stock or bond issue that is returned to the managing underwriter by the participating investment bankers for sale to institutional investors.

Pot

The portion of a new issue that the lead underwriter places with institutional investors. Sometimes the underwriters in a syndicate give the pot back to the lead underwriter from their remainder and sometimes it is specifically set aside at issue.

pot

The securities from a new issue that are returned to the lead underwriter by syndicate members for sale to institutional investors. See also pot is clean.
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Whether it's a blown tire, bent rims or broken suspension components, hitting a pothole can cause serious damage to your car.
Last year, the amount of potholes in Cambridge increased by 700% to 25,000, leaving the Highways Agency struggling to maintain the roads.
TEESSIDE councils are considering how to spend a Government allocation of cash to patch up potholes.
Motorists usually eat the cost of pothole-induced damages to their vehicles, though some motorists submit pothole repair claims to their private insurance companies.
Jackson residents acknowledge that potholes are a serious problem in the city.
Last year a similar survey was carried out by AA volunteers which showed that each neighbourhood had an average of 15 potholes.
As many as 72% of motorists also said potholes had affected their driving in the past 12 months, the poll by insurance company More Than found.
We specialize exclusively in road pothole repair and that is what led us to develop a heat-based methodology that surpasses the results of a traditional saw-cut approach and can be utilized year-round.
After he took office in July 2005, Villaraigosa launched an intensified repair effort dubbed Operation Pothole.
AA president Edmund King said: "If nearly 2p a litre from fuel tax was diverted into a pothole fund, for once, UK drivers would be seeing their fuel tax disappearing into a black hole they can understand.
They are a particular menace at night on dark roads as often the driver is unaware of the pothole until the damage is done.