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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.
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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.
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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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Failing to account for dwell time, or how long the potting compound remains at a given temperature, tends to result in overspecifying because most potting compounds, particularly epoxies, can withstand short temperature spikes above their recommended continuous use temperatures.
They are used in various applications: glass-reinforced laminates for aerospace and automotive use, electronic potting compounds, electrical varnishes, tooling parts, and discreet products like corrosion-resistant pipe fittings and grating.
They are used in a variety of applications: glass-reinforced laminates for aerospace and automotive use, electronic potting compounds, electrical varnishes, adhesives, tooling parts, and discreet products like corrosion-resistant pipe fittings and grating.
Manocchio partially fills the pot with a mixture of potting soil and well-composted chicken manure, adding just enough of the mixture so that the top of the rootball rests about 2 inches below the pot rim.
Plant bulbs so they barely touch one another in a large (18-inch-diameter) pot nearly filled with potting soil (mix in granular fertilizer first).
If you can make your own potting soil, start with 1/3 to 1/2 clay soil or clay loam soil.
For containers with drainage holes, plant bulbs in any type of commercial potting soil.
It provides plenty of space for potting and transplanting and a handsome display area for plants near the house.