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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.
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settle

To complete a securities transaction.
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The temporal variations of TAN, N[O.sub.2]-N, N[O.sub.3]-N, and settleable solids are shown in Fig.
To the settleable suspended solids, the average of treatments of alkalinity 40, 80, 120 and 160 were 21.7, 25.3, 27.0 and 32.5 mL x [L.sup.-1], respectively, at the time of solids removal and demonstrated interaction over time.
The size distribution of settleable particles has been also evaluated in some papers.
The increasing value of the linear slope implies that the simulated settlement is becoming more consistent with the input spawn production as the quantity of "settleable" habitat increases.
The system also effectively neutralized the pH of the acidic winery wastewater and removed the limited nitrogen (78.2%), sulfide (98.5%), orthophosphate (63.3%), volatile fatty acids (99.9%), tannins and lignins (77.9%) and all settleable solids.
Water pollution control agencies usually prescribe that receiving waters must not be loaded so heavily that they will produce offensive odors or contain visible floating or settleable solids, oil or sludge deposits.
Mr Barker, a panel member of the Association of Midland Mediators, as well as a litigation and mediation specialist in the Birmingham office of leading law firm Reed Smith, said: "Negotiation should not be about taking the 'I am right and you are wrong' Anglo-Saxon approach which so often results in agreement becoming impossible and settleable cases going to trial.
In addition to characterizing the material composition, the particles are also characterized according to their size distribution across four defined size classes, from settleable down to dissolved materials and particles in the nanometer size range.
(157) Existing legal claims, unlike future claims, are inevitably settleable, and almost necessarily waivable.
* Better solids capture/clarifier performance: Better-settling biological floc results from retarding, if not eliminating, development of less settleable filamentous microorganisms; solids capture in the secondary clarifier, hence treatment efficiency, is improved.
Primary clarifier effluent is water with the settleable and floatable solids removed.
Solids contained in soil and all aqueous solutions are found in three forms: settleable, suspended, and dissolved.