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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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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.
Under the settlement, ASSIMILATE acknowledges that it used code and design elements from Cyborg in its SCRATCH product and apologises for such use.
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Her conclusion, if not read carefully, may insinuate that the Kurds had better assimilate in the respective states in which they reside.
Either we assimilate non-natives or they assimilate us.
Meaning is established when the individual is able to assimilate the data into present schemata or accommodate new data into his/her existing schema.
Buchanan also cites evidence showing the high rate of crimes among immigrant populations and their failure to assimilate to American society.
However, in statements to the press, Interbrew has indicated it will take a breather from its acquisition spree in order to assimilate its many acquisitions.
Students can assimilate their own research and notes into the eTextbook to create a personal archive--a diary of the user's educational experience.
North Korea on Tuesday criticized Japan's legislative plan to granting limited voting rights to permanent foreign residents, calling the move an attempt to assimilate ethnic Koreans in Japan.
The mammoth Internet service provider would assimilate Metamor's 70 offices and nearly 5,000 employees, which would then enable it to provide a wide range of Web design and technological applications.
It was developed to assimilate into mid to high-end computer systems and connect to the host platform through a single device.