consummation


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consummation

(kŏn″sŭ-mā′shŭn)
The first act of sexual intercourse after marriage.

consummation

The first act of sexual intercourse after marriage. Nowadays, this has mainly legal significance.
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On consummation of the proposal, Associated would have consolidated assets of approximately $22.
Consummation of marriage, however, as the case of Ursina studied by Cecilia Cristellon in her second contribution to the collection shows, was not by itself the only condition for legitimating a marriage.
25% of the outstanding shares of Carmel and its holding will not be significantly changed following the consummation of the transactions described in the following press release:
As of the consummation date of the acquisition, management having the appropriate level of authority begins to assess and formulate a plan.
Upon the consummation of the recapitalization transaction, the Investor will become a member of Multi-Shot, and, thus, a party to the Amended Merger Agreement.
On consummation of the proposal, Citizens Bank would become the 23rd largest insured depository institution in Arkansas, controlling deposits of $308.
In addition, capital infusions will be made into Finprogetti prior to the consummation of the transaction or into DTI subsequent to the consummation of the transaction aggregating an additional Lit.
Upon consummation of the acquisition, Ardent will change its name to "Avantair" and will apply for a NASDAQ listing.
Accordingly, the Board concludes, based on all the facts of record, that consummation of the proposal would not have a significantly adverse effect on competition or on the concentration of banking resources in any relevant banking market and that competitive considerations are consistent with approval.
The Company anticipates consummation of the Agreement to occur sometime during the first quarter of 1995 although the consummation date can be extended up to April 15, 1995 under certain conditions.
3) The Board has reviewed carefully all the facts of record and has concluded that consummation of the proposal likely would not have a significantly adverse effect on competition or on concentration of banking resources in any relevant banking market.
The redemption of the Preferred Stock is contingent upon consummation of the merger of Glenborough with a subsidiary of certain funds managed by Morgan Stanley Real Estate (the "Merger"), which Merger currently is expected to occur on or about November 29, 2006 (the "Redemption Date").