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Sizing

The process of determining how many shares or bonds to place in a new issue. Sizing depends on the issuer's financing needs and other factors, such as its desired earnings per share.

sizing

The determination of the number of shares or bonds to be included in a new issue.
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The simplified models provide some insight into the difference between esterified sizes and fortified sizes for the relationships between paper sizing and the factors of pH, temperature, water hardness, and fortification.
Gainco portion sizing equipment features a display monitor that allows the viewing of all drops at one time.
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com is currently configured for inboard power boats -- with outboard propeller sizing capability to be added later this fall.
Sizing was evaluated with a Hercules Sizing Tester, and sizing response curves were generated.
It is important for wet end, sizing and coating specialists to work together, especially when the savings from base sheet gains can more than pay for the surface enhancements achieved through sizing and coating.