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Settlement

The process in which a buyer makes payment and receives the agreed-upon good or service. This term is used on exchanges to indicate when a security actually changes hands, which often occurs several days after a trade is made. See also: Clearance.

settle

To complete a securities transaction.
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I (Bill Cosby) will never settle any defamation claims, I will continue to pursue my counterclaims."
What a sentence; more like a death sentence than anything else; it's like saying that whatever she's been doing till now has been wild, uncivilized and barbaric, and now since those days have come to an end, we will have to settle her down.
The agreement now requires the foundation to settle 10 percent of the total amount which is Sh200 million in 30 days for them to be allowed to start fencing off the land and do other activities.
Settle's friendly, matter-of-fact tone is riveting as he learns the skills he is going to need to save lives under the toughest conditions.
Settle took to social media recently to share clips of Salonga singing 'Reflection' perfectly and effortlessly during their night out with friends at Tramp Stamp Granny's, an upscale bar in Los Angeles, California.
During the previous administration, sue and settle practices resulted in new environmental regulations drafted by special interest groups behind closed doors, said Rounds.
Some shareholder groups in the nation's capital market on Tuesday urged Etisalat Nigeria to settle the N1.2 billion debt it owed 13 commercial banks to avoid a takeover.
Matthew Settle, 26, also downloaded a sickening home library of indecent images of children.
David Settle, 31, made homophobic remarks to one resident at a block of flats on Ivanhoe Road, Aigburth, before racially abusing a black woman.
PHILADELPHIA & NEW YORK CITY: The news was buried in the middle of an October press release noting a change to the Public Theater of New York's season upcoming programming: The March run of Stew and Heidi Rodewald's new musical, The Total Bent, it was announced, would be replaced by Tracey Scott Wilson's play Buzzer, "to allow time for the [The Total Bent's} director, Joanna Settle, to recover from breast cancer."
Summary: When the America Invents Act (AIA) was enacted, many commentators praised a provision of the AIA that allows parties to settle a post-grant review, typically ...
Even if the parties settle, and "no petitioner remains in the post-grant review, the [Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB)] may proceed to a final written decision." (Emphasis added.) This statutory language left open the question of what circumstances would cause the PTAB to move forward with a proceeding already settled by the parties.