Greensheet

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Greensheet

An informational booklet that an underwriting firm prepares to assist its employees in placing a new issue with investors. A greensheet contains information on a new issue; generally, it is a summary of the prospectus along with brief commentary on its advantages and disadvantages. The greensheet is designed to help sales staff when canvassing potential investors; it is not distributed to the investors themselves.
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In it was a shallow pool--a glimmering green sheet of water on whose banks nymphs might dance as blithely as ever they did on Argive hill or in Cretan dale.
in Sasta Ramzan bazaars whereas Rs.2.5 million would be expended for purchase of stationery, polythene bags, display cards, baskets, bath brushes, wipers, aprons, water sprinkling showers, green sheets for waiting area, banners, air-fresher, frame screens, nets to protect fruits and vegetables, etc.
"I wore tinted glasses and had transparent green sheets over my exam papers to stop the words moving.
Major work on the main road in front of the Supreme Court Registry and GPO has been completed, and the LDA authorities were directed to remove green sheets and scaffolding from the said buildings.
Long green sheets cover the historical buildings like GPO, St Andrews Church and Mauj Darya.
In this study; Green sheets were obtained by means of tape casting method performing on the prepared mixtures.
She is barely visible as Rassi, 50, and his team perform the procedure, her figure dwarfed by the operating table and cloaked in green sheets.
One passer-by told the ECHO: "The ambulance had just got there and they had their green sheets out and were covering up.
The Imperial Valley Press, a six-day, 7000-circulation paper in El Centro, Calif., and the White Sheets and the Green Sheets, were acquired earlier this month by Imperial Valley Media Inc.; no terms were given.
At least a dozen made robes from green sheets with cut-out slits for eyes.