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Settlement

The process in which a buyer makes payment and receives the agreed-upon good or service. This term is used on exchanges to indicate when a security actually changes hands, which often occurs several days after a trade is made. See also: Clearance.

settle

To complete a securities transaction.
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I have to put it to Marie that some writers might find the friendly hubbub of the Settle Down a little challenging.
In fact, 35% would consider taking a salary cut ifit could lead to a better quality of life and the chance to settle down at a younger age.
In contrast four out of five single men are looking to settle down and live with a partner
In this colorfully-illustrated book, the birds travel the cities of the coast, but can not find a suitable place to settle down.
The fact that so many gay and lesbian couples settle down and nest despite the lack of societal support indicates it's an important need," says Aleta Fenceroy, a 49-year-old computer programmer in Omaha who has spent seven monogamous years with Jean Mayberry, a factory worker.
BAKARY Sako returns to training with Wolves today with Kenny Jackett hoping the French winger can now settle down and focus on getting his side promoted.
But the 44-year-old doesn't want to settle down and raise a family.
He has now told pals he would love to settle down with the heiress, who was once married to Pakistani ex-cricketer and politician Imran Khan.
London, June 24 ( ANI ): Prince Harry of Wales was left "gutted" after Cressida Bonas told him she was too young to settle down.
Despite men the region over throwing themselves at her, sexy Lebanese model-turned-actress, Lamita Franjieh said this week that she's not ready to settle down.
All I commented on was that troublesome families from those areas were integrated in Guisborough by the council hoping that they would settle down.