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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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Mr Bailey said the Settle Down Stallion theme originated at last years Co-Lab Youth Innovation Challenge, where teams of young people were set the task of coming up with a fresh concept to engage with young drivers about road safety.
Katherine Jenkins says she hopes to settle down in the future
Settle Down owner Neil le Flohic has been welcoming artists and other creative folk into the place since it opened in 2009.
If you haven't got a human loved-one at your disposal, then perhaps settle down with an animal loved-one of some sort (although not a greyhound because they would get jealous of the chance of glory that their brethren have been given and it would be awkward).
While Patterson has filleted his share of one-of-a-kind riffs in the past, there's something about the Settle Down City concoctions that leaves you nearly breathless in anticipation for more.
Jaworski said that after touring for 12 years she wants to settle down and spend more time with her 9-year-old daughter.
Traveling the seas to reach her new home, she bears a son, watches him grow, live, earn a career as a medical doctor, and settle down with a partner unable to give him children.
She says: "A huge number of women don't settle down until their 30s and 40s and they are opting for possessions such as cars before spending money on having kids.
Before beddie-bye, settle down by having a light snack, listening to mellow music or reading a book.
I can't wait for the three of us to settle down and be happy in that house, then hopefully there will be an addition or two to the family.
Children learn techniques through this animated DVD, allowing them to explore their imagination, while they settle down.
A survey found that more than half of single women have no desire to settle down with a partner and find the hardest thing about being single is people assuming that they don't want to be.