Complete Fill

Complete Fill

A communication from a broker to a client stating that the broker was able to buy or sell all the shares the client requested. See also: Fill or kill.
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At 12% cerium, mold-filling capability declined and the metal temperature was adjusted upwards to 1,427F (775C) to achieve complete fill.
The focus is on filling the uterus rather than necessarily complete fill and spill of the fallopian tubes.
Enduron powders are bulky, making it easier to achieve complete fill (speaking in terms of the case capacity with a bullet seated) or a slightly compressed load.
JMR Development was tasked with procuring all formulas, packaging, and then managing the complete fill, assembly and packout of finished goods ready to ship to the customer's warehouse.
The vehicle will have the option to alternate between the CNG and petrol driving modes, which ultimately increases its overall run on a complete fill. It has a 32-litre tank for storing the CNG, and has a fuel economy of 36km/kg(ARAI Certified).
Because the darn limits the flow, this two-step process allows for a lower viscosity material to fill the darn--leading to a faster, more complete fill under and around the connecting wires and a more uniform encapsulation height compared to glob-top dispensing.
Rockwool are one of the world's leading suppliers of insulation materials and their product which is used by the Warm Zone teams has several important qualities as it: Ensures a complete fill without settlement Will not allow water to migrate across cavity Vapour permeable - allows construction to breathe, reducing condensation risk British Board of Agrment certification for use up to 25m height Cost effective solution for new build and refurbishment Take advantage of current prices HOUSEHOLDERS in Northumberland are being urged to take advantage of current rates for loft and cavity wall insulation.
* Difficulties in ensuring a complete fill of the annulus.
These include refinements to the Z-Molding Flow Front Control (FFC), which balances multicavity and family molds by halting injection just before complete fill and allowing the compressed melt to relax and expand uniformly into all cavities.
The three-piece design of the mold was adopted to achieve (1) complete fill of the mold cavity during the embossing process, (2) a mold with sharp edges and tight dimensional tolerances, (3) easy cleaning of residual polymers after embossing, and (4) evacuation of trapped air during the embossing process.
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