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Takedown

The price that members of an underwriting syndicate pay for a new issue. The syndicate has the responsibility to place the new issue with investors. The amount by which the underwriters' selling price exceeds the takedown represents their profit on the placement of the new issue.

take down

To receive money from a loan.A developer or contractor will usually take down its loan in planned stages.

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But they are not required to obtain a permit to take down unprotected trees on an already developed piece of land.
It's safe to take down trees until the end of June.
The city's Political Sign Enforcement Task Force was created two weeks ago to monitor the placement of signs, take down any placed on public property and check whether owners gave permission for those on private property.