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Pipeline

The underwriting process that must be completed with the SEC before a security can be offering for sale to the public.

Pipeline

1. Informal; the process by which a company or underwriter conducts all due diligence, files all necessary paperwork, and generally makes preparation for a new issue. The pipeline especially refers to abiding by regulations issued by the SEC.

2. More broadly, any activity or project that is in the preparatory stages.

pipeline

The process through which security issues pass before their distribution to the public. If securities are being readied for distribution, they are said to be in the pipeline.

pipeline

(1) A system for carrying fluids or gases. (2) A popular expression for things that are in process. For example,“There are over 10,000 condo units in the pipeline, in various stages of construction or conversion.” Or “I'm not worried about apartment move-outs this summer because I have a number of prospects in the pipeline.”

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It is concluded that compared to individual supplementation mannanoligosaccharide (MOS) and organic acid blend (OAB) in combination increased carcass weight, carcass yield and small intestinal microarchitecture in broilers.
Adequate bone mass and microarchitecture allow bones to be stronger and highly resistant to fracture [24].
NAVEED SIRAJ: Silvermont is a new design that will usher in new levels of performance and power efficiency compared to the previous Atom microarchitecture. For starters, the new microarchitecture delivers ~3x more peak performance or the same performance at ~5x lower power over current generation AtomTM core.
Evaluation of trabecular microarchitecture in nonosteoporotic postmenopausal women with and without fracture.
Core 2 Dual: Is a brand encompassing a range of Intel's consumer 64-bit x86-64 single-, dual-, and quad-core microprocessors based on the Core microarchitecture. The singleand dual-core models are single-die, whereas the quad-core models comprise two dies, each containing two cores, packaged in a multi-chip module.
Almost none of the measurements of BMD in the lumbar spine or midradius were significantly correlated with measures of trabecular microarchitecture change as shown on high-resolution MRI, suggesting that "BMD is a poor marker for trabecular microarchitecture," Dr.
"We [also] have some very good research going on looking at how we can assess microarchitecture noninvasively," he said.
"We anticipate that the optimization of Fonix' ASR technology with the Intel XScale microarchitecture and the Intel IPP library will offer wireless device manufacturers compelling voice recognition capabilities."
On Wednesday, the technology and semiconductor manufacturing company (https://newsroom.intel.com/news/new-intel-architectures-technologies-target-expanded-market-opportunities/) introduced its next-generation processor microarchitecture called "Sunny Cove," which is expected to come to Apple's new MacBooks. 
Meanwhile, Intel's new CPU microarchitecture has been designed to increase performance per clock and power efficiency for general purpose computing tasks.
RSNA Research PresentationsScientists from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Carestream will present a scientific paper as part of RSNAs Musculoskeletal Science Session entitled Quantitative Assessment of Trabecular Bone Microarchitecture Using High-Resolution Extremities Cone-Beam CT on Sunday, Nov.
Overall, Cohen and colleagues concluded that teriparatide was associated with increased BMD at the spine and hip and improved trabecular microarchitecture and stiffness at the iliac crest in the majority of women with IOP.