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Sizing

The process of determining how many shares or bonds to place in a new issue. Sizing depends on the issuer's financing needs and other factors, such as its desired earnings per share.

sizing

The determination of the number of shares or bonds to be included in a new issue.
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When the EOSA emulsion was stored for one day, the degree of sizing was almost the same as that obtained with fresh EOSA, whereas for ASA, there was almost no sizing after one day of storage.
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Then multiple rows of small chipper blades cut plastic into cubes of 4, 5, 6, 7, or 9 mm without the use of a sizing screen.