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Segregation

The practice of broker-dealers keeping securities for which a client has paid in full separate from securities the client has purchased on margin as well as from securities used as collateral on a margin account. Rule 15c3-3 requires segregation of these securities.

segregation

The safekeeping of a customer's securities in a separate location when the securities have been paid for in full. Segregated securities may not be commingled with the securities of the broker-dealer and they may not be used by the broker-dealer to collateralize loans. See also Rule 15c3-3.
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But unless and until someone actually develops and markets (or offers as freeware) such a cyber version of a segregated lettershift generator, the only alternative to the paper-and-pencil method would seem to be to try to construct a mechanical version of one along the lines of the mechanical traditional lettershift calculator described by Dave Morice in his book Alphabet Avenue.
In theory, this segregated account approach would treat holders of loss-producing policies the same way they would be treated in a traditional delinquency proceeding of the entire insurer, but without unnecessarily subjecting all other policyholders to a delinquency proceeding, and without the devastating harm of contractual trigger consequences and other collateral damage to the insurer.
Racially segregated schools prevent this from happening.
The metropolitan areas were classified as low-to-moderately segregated, highly segregated, or extremely segregated, based on the proportion of people who would have to move to achieve an even racial balance in every neighborhood of the city.
In response, the Marine Corps organized a racially segregated 900-man defense battalion--mostly from the South.
While commending this move, Community Living Ontario supports a complete shift away from segregated facilities, including those that may be smaller in size but still present the same institutional barriers to natural support and inclusion.
Many of those legends involved sports: a white athlete drafted by a black college, while coaches bragging about rushing out to sign up black players and even a basketball game between formerly segregated white and black schools paving the way to their integrated destinies.
Because neighborhoods are often segregated," Frankenberg explains, "school systems [in those areas] tend to be segregated.
churches hold their services) is the most segregated hour of the week.