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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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Settleable solids increased throughout the experiment and showed an overall mean of approximately 12 mL [L.
Settleable solids are rapidly removed from the air and are the predominant fraction of the solids removed by gravity in any wind-blown area.
Constructed of 316 stainless steel for ease of cleaning and compatibility with a wide range of products, the OWS 200 meets the API 421 specifications and is capable of removing free and dispersed non-emulsified oil and settleable solids.
A fixed monetary amount known at inception, for example, a payable settleable with a variable number of the issuer's equity shares
Settlement Pilot Program began on November 14, 2001, many taxpayers have taken advantage of the program to expedite resolution of cases that do not appear settleable at the examination level.
141) The statement covers and regulates aesthetic appearance, bacteria, chlorophyll-a level, dissolved oxygen level, light penetration, salinity, settleable material, temperature, and toxicants.
On the technical front, he said the FASB has "significantly modified our agenda and priorities in direct response to issues that have come to light in the recent financial reporting scandals including accounting for special-purpose entities (SPEs), guarantees, equity derivatives and obligations settleable in shares, energy trading contracts and the very broad area of revenue recognition.
Heavy settleable solids settle to the plates and eventually collect in a steeply inverted-pyramid sludge hopper for removal.
The physical and chemical characteristics of the chiller water were analyzed: pH, turbidity, hardness, total solids, and settleable solids by the method of APHA (1998).
The parameters monitored were temperature, conductivity, settleable solids, flow volume, and turbidity (as measured by Secchi disc) (Table 1).
Settleable Solids--Suspended solids that will settle in quiescent water or sewage in a reasonable period.