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Pot

The portion of stock or bond issue that is returned to the managing underwriter by the participating investment bankers for sale to institutional investors.

Pot

The portion of a new issue that the lead underwriter places with institutional investors. Sometimes the underwriters in a syndicate give the pot back to the lead underwriter from their remainder and sometimes it is specifically set aside at issue.

pot

The securities from a new issue that are returned to the lead underwriter by syndicate members for sale to institutional investors. See also pot is clean.
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A few turnip slices added to a potful of potatoes adds zing to the flavor.
In the middle of spooning a potful of banana into the mouth of my beaming baby, a lump of slimy fruit lodged itself behind my left ear.
For years, Coffee Masters has been selling Perfect Potful packets, which continues to be one of the most successful items because of timely introduction of new flavors and packaging to create "newness" and meet the demands of customers.
Try hosting monthly meetings of a Tea Literary Hour at which you serve tea to customers who are participating in a lively literary discussion that has a potful of tea allusions.
Collect them and plant them just below the surface in a potful of gritty compost.
They will join Steve McManaman, whose last days at Liverpool were tainted by accusations that he had betrayed the club for a potful of foreign currency.
If you don't like the idea of encouraging this weed to take over your garden, try growing a potful in an-out-of-the- way place.
Coffee Masters' Perfect Potful packets of ground, pre-measured, nitrogen-flushed specialty coffee are now available with new graphics that incorporate coffee masters' new logo surrounded by metallic gold.
The easiest method for me is to put a potful of beans on to cook, and after about 10 minutes I remove (with a slotted spoon) all except the amount I need to serve for the next meal.