Hopefully, a dilution of influence
It used to be said that “the solution to pollution is dilution.”
As mentioned above, preferred stock is usually protected from dilution.
Serial dilution spot tests to assay the growth of ctf4Δ;GDPOL1 or GDpol1-4A strains with or without additional deletion of MEC1.
The dilution effect has been largely absent.
The best natural urine dilution (one part in 8.5) brought about a 20% loss.
"But this is a great market and a good opportunity to raise capital with low dilution.
That risks a toxic cycle, with each slide prompting further dilution and a further fall.
They contemplate the question of dilution versus flexibility and fund and how much now versus later."
The degree of dilution that may be acceptable varies from situation to situation and is often in dispute.
., supposedly to protect a Protestant majority, fearful that any dilution of the bond with Britain might destroy its power and identity.
In order to make an accurate calculation of the numbers of bacteria in a sample, the original sample will need to be diluted - this is known as a serial dilution.
This result enraged Slavic nationalists, but it signaled an important departure from previous policies bent on holding the line against any dilution of imperial power.
Parker’s plan fortified Zuckerberg with supervoting shares that resisted dilution during fundraising and armed him with enough board seats to stay in power for as long as he wanted.
The ideal capital structure is one that provides sufficient capital for efficient and profitable operations, a maximum rate of return to the stockholders at a minimum of financial risk, and a minimum dilution of control.
Similar numbers of cells were plated onto various galactose concentrations with or without 1mM hydroxyurea (Sigma H8627) or 0.008% methyl methanesulfonate (Sigma 129925) at a 1:5 dilution series and grown overnight for two days at 30°C.
“SWR might think it’s acceptable to play fast and loose with passenger safety, security and access but RMT members, who have stood firm throughout this dispute despite appalling harassment from the company, will not accept a dilution of the safety regime on the railway.”
Though their startup had yet to raise a round from institutional VCs like TenOneTen, James and his cofounder owned only about 30% of their company combined because the conversion of notes amplified the effects of the anti-dilution provisions from their previous accelerator.
In a sign of growing confidence in the economic recovery and its operations following a year of cutting costs, headcount and its dividend, BP said it will buy back $500 million of shares in the second quarter to offset dilution from an employee share distribution programme.
Some of the respondents and their amici have asked the Court to further narrow Section 2's reach, including by limiting Section 2 lawsuits to cases of intentional racial discrimination, and restricting the provision to challenge only racial gerrymandering and vote dilution, not to voting policies.
- a diluted solution
- weakening (reducing the concentration) by the addition of water or a thinner
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