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Assimilation

The public absorption of a new issue of stocks once the stock has been completely sold by underwriter. See: Absorbed.

Assimilation

The sale of the totality of a new issue. That is, assimilation occurs when investors buy the issue from underwriters and begin trading it like any other security.
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We assimilate TAMDAR observations on a 1 km WRFARW domain using observation nudging to investigate the potential value of TAMDAR in high-resolution simulations and explore the issues associated with assimilating single-level above-surface observations.
[19] reported that moisture stress at pollination stage influenced grain setting of corn by decreasing photosynthesis and decreased grain number per cab row owing to the increase in the number of sterile pollens which were produced due to the deficiency of assimilates.
Dylan Carter, director of nonlinear workflow at Company 3, who is responsible for the overall design, build and management of the 3D stereoscopic workflow on the feature, commented: "We got a new build of Scratch from Assimilate, dropped the Epic 5K 3D stereo footage in, and it just worked."
3D design, engineering and entertainment software company Autodesk Inc (Nasdaq:ADSK) and digital cinema technologies developer ASSIMILATE Inc have announced an agreement to settle a pending lawsuit for copyright infringement brought by Autodesk's subsidiary, Autodesk Canada Co, against ASSIMILATE.
Digital Process Software - SCRATCH CINE v5.0 from ASSIMILATE is the software that pulls this all together.
Running ASSIMILATE SCRATCH CINE with the NVIDIAA; QuadroA; FX 3800 SDI by PNY and dual RED Rocket accelerator cards, this system is designed for managing all aspects of the data workflow for stereoscopic RED production on set.
The Greek Cypriot administration has been trying to both assimilate Turkish Cypriots and have control over the whole Cyprus by preventing development of the Turkish Cypriot party on the island.
By acting now, we can ensure that our laws are respected, that the needs of our economy are met, and that our Nation treats newcomers with dignity and helps them assimilate."
I don't mean they should assimilate indiscriminately, but there has to be good inculturation.
The chakras, (a Sanskrit term for "wheel") are centers along our body that receive, assimilate and transmit life force energy.
The Emerging Leaders Committee will assimilate into the NYC Chapter and target the same goals set by the Chapter board of directors with regard to membership, learning and visibility.
Most illegals do want to speak English and do want to assimilate, as have most immigrants historically.