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Blowout

The rapid sale of all shares in a new securities offering. See: hot issue.

Blowout

A new issue of a security that is placed with investors almost immediately and with no difficulty because of high demand on the part of investors. A blowout may be a sign of a well-regarded company; it could also occur during a speculative bubble. See also: Hot Issue.

blowout

The nearly immediate sale of a new security issue because of great investor demand. See also hot issue.
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Seattle's first "blow dry bar, Swink Style Bar specializes in 30 minute blow-outs for $30.
Sources suggested to Mirror Sport the rules rushed in by Pirelli to prevent further Spa-style blow-outs were far from bulletproof and Mercedes couldn't be held accountable for the mistakes of others.
According to Abu Dhabi Police statistics for this year, blow-outs have been the cause of 54 crashes in the emirate - resulting in six deaths as well as six severe injuries, 24 moderate injuries and 17 minor injuries.
An energy boom in Australia has led to labour shortages and cost blow-outs -- the go-ahead means Australia will have a total of eight LNG projects under way.
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There will always be blow-outs along the way, but right across toptier rugby lower-ranked nations have tried to close the gap on more illustrious teams by focusing on fitness, defence and set-piece strength to put up a fight.
Of particular significance are damage to the inner walls of tyres risking blow-outs, broken road springs and other running gear components adversely affecting vehicle control and damage to sumps causing hazardous oil spillage.
Some and barren 4,600 miles, eight countries, two breakdowns, one broken clutch, a faulty petrol gauge, four tyre blow-outs, a head injury and one nasty chest infection after leaving the North East, the 43-year-old finally arrived in Guinea Bissau, West Africa.
Our bodies are fuelled and maintained by the diet and lifestyles we adopt, so if we have one or two blow-outs a year it makes sense to have just as many recharges.
Because it's manufactured monolithically, the product eliminates tread separation and blow-outs, contributing to passenger safety," says Amerityre's sales and marketing manager Craig Hooks.
It's low cost, easy to install, recyclable and because the sensing frequency increases with speed, it can detect imminent temperature-related tyre blow-outs.
Adair was the most respected troubleshooter in the oil business for decades, tackling blow-outs and fires all over the world.