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The marketing of new securities, usually through sales to institutional investors. See: Float.


The act or process of selling a new issue of a security to investors. Most of the time, a placement must be registered with the SEC before it can actually take place. See also: Private placement.


To sell a new securities issue.


an aspect of DISTRIBUTION concerned with ensuring that a firm's products are available for consumers to purchase at appropriate locations.


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These local attributes enact a resistance discourse that rejects Guangzhou as a placeless place in China; instead, EDPF presents Guangzhou as a place with distinctive local subjectivity.
For me, great films include characters with specific details whose motivations are both timeless and placeless.
I will argue that history is local and needs to be studied locally, and to do otherwise is to disempower those children who do not abide by an epistemology that produces knowledge as disembodied and placeless.
Menand notes how these research networks largely direct the attention of professors and graduate students away from their own institutions and towards the placeless and roving scholarly associations, journals, conferences, and meetings, where new research is presented, debates staged, and hierarchies and agendas hammered out.
Why transport an essentially timeless and placeless story--the simplest of universal farces--to Montreal?
To me, the elongated bases read as evocative of a placeless indigenous culture, somehow nomadic.
It may not be placeless to mention here that such a conference was once held in 2011 under the patronage of the Honourable High Court of Balochistan wherein exhaustive discussions were made.
tragedy a placeless, ubiquitous quality, as well as forming the setting for the game's action set-pieces.
What ferries apparently do is afford a certain kind of poem via a certain kind of motion--"streaming" as a metonymic motion across a local space or at least a selected, representative perceptual inventory of that space, a catalogic in which each set member--tide, wake, barge, flag, foundry--contributes to the dissolution of actual place but in so doing convenes a commons not only immaterial but atemporal or transhistorical, allowing access to a placeless place at any time.
The seemingly irreconcilable and perennially restless protagonists of the myth of an integrated and cathartically cleansed island come together, not at the exhausted end of a teleological odyssey nor in existential anomie, but in a placeless and timeless act of sublime (self)pardon.
Nevertheless, we could think that some attracting landscape experience would be welcome even among these absent and placeless groups.
It is pleasantly pink and there's an information voiceover playing in the background - interestingly, the accent is very definitely Teesside as opposed to one of those placeless voices.