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introduction

a method of raising new SHARE CAPITAL by issuing company shares at an agreed price to STOCKBROKERS and MARKET MAKERS rather than to the general public. Introductions are usually employed by established companies as a means of raising new capital with less administrative expense than other forms of SHARE ISSUE.

introduction

a method of raising new SHARE CAPITAL by issuing company shares to STOCKBROKERS and MARKET MAKERS at an agreed price rather than to the general public. See SHARE ISSUE.
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Many of them lack that unity of design, that close connection of the moral with the narrative, that wise choice in the introduction of the animals, which constitute the charm and excellency of true Aesopian fable.
Francis Vavassor, 15 a learned French jesuit, entered at greater length on this subject, and produced further proofs from internal evidence, from the use of the word Piraeus in describing the harbour of Athens, a name which was not given till two hundred years after Aesop, and from the introduction of other modern words, that many of these fables must have been at least committed to writing posterior to the time of Aesop, and more boldly suggests Babrias as their author or collector.
In writing a research article, the introduction seems to be the hardest part to write.
Age at the introduction of solid foods during the first year and allergic sensitization at age five years.
Within John Deere, many viewed the introduction of the new 60 Series Combines and 600 Series Grain Platforms as a watershed moment.
The last article in the book, by Liv Egholm, echoes the theoretical considerations presented in the introduction by connecting peasant diaries in a promising way with microhistorical investigations by proposing questions such as why peasants "write some items of information down and not others?
Let's consider this structure in more detail, beginning with the Introduction.
The introduction sets the thesis clearly in that this study intends to prove, and it does, that in Dante's Commedia, incarnation is not only the goal of the journey itself, but also that "the poem is dialectically structured and conceived" (3).
Moreover, despite the introduction of 116,000 products since 1990, the number of total products stocked in the nation's grocery stores has grown just slightly.
Much of the more recent and innovative literature that appeared particularly in the 1990s is not cited in the introduction or bibliography, suggesting to this reviewer that she is not current with the historiography of the region published both in Mexico and the United States.
The introduction and notes are in English, and though the editor is Dutch I found only three minor errors in the English of his introduction.
She had the introduction on the right track to begin with.