Takedown


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Takedown

The share of securities of each participating investment banker in a new or a secondary offering, or the price at which the securities are distributed to the different members of an underwriting group.

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.

takedown

1. An investment banker's share of a new security offering.
2. The price paid by an underwriter for securities to be sold as part of a new issue.
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This will stop the attacker's forward motion and keep him from following through up and in for the takedown.
Caption: Ruger was able to side-step the problems inherent with integrally suppressed barrels by using its 10/22 Takedown.
Most probably, that last reason is the key to why Ruger engineered the 10/22 Takedown Lite with a barrel as short as legally possible.
The report might seem biased because I know the quality that Ruger chums out, and the Takedown Lite didn't disappoint.
Please note that there is liability for knowingly making false claims in a copyright takedown request under the DMCA.
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Lenz's misrepresentation lawsuit charged that Universal had an obligation to consider fair use before sending the takedown notice, because fair uses are "authorized.
Murguia, dwelled on a provision of the law which requires a DMCA takedown notification to include a "statement that the complaining party has a good faith belief that the use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.
Dejdamrong found consistent success with his Muay Thai while Doliguez opted to shoot for takedowns while countering with his world-class Boxing.
Unfortunately such roles typically portrayed takedown rifles as being intended only for nefarious purposes on the big screen.