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flo·ta·tion

(flō-tā'shŭn),
A process for separating solids by their tendency to float upon or sink into a liquid.

flo·ta·tion

(flō-tā'shŭn)
A process for separating solids by their tendency to float upon or sink into a liquid.
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Abdelrahman and Khaled [6] attempted to process the shale of the Qusier and Safaga regions, Egypt, by froth flotation with no satisfactory results.
Indeed, in advance of the private-equity backed Promethean World flotation, the company was keen to make investors aware that it was coming to market without debt and with a clear dividend policy.
New Look, owned by buy-out firms Permira andApax Partners, stressed it had not binned flotation plans altogether.
29 million between the last year before its flotation and the most recent year before March 2003 while Myratec.
One financial analyst said: "Scots who were members of all the societies who have announced plans for a flotation or who have been taken over in recent years will have gained about pounds 10,000.
Choose your advisers carefully ( you will need them both before and after flotation.
Sentiment was hurt by the poor reception to HMV's flotation - HMV's shares started conditional trading last Friday at 192p and have slid since.
Nigel Bellis led the Dickinson Dees' team on the BNS Telecom flotation, which raised pounds 8m.
The latest flotation is that of Software for Sport, a company producing ticketing software systems, chiefly used by Premier League football clubs.
Leading North-East float specialist Ward Hadaway and national stockbroker Williams de Bro' are coming together to help the region's directors decide whether flotation is the right move for their businesses.
More than 200,000 disappointed private investors are to get a pounds 20 betting voucher instead of shares in bookmakers William Hill after its flotation was abandoned at the last minute.
As well as advising on more than 20 flotations, Ward Hadaway's plc team has a great deal of experience in post-flotation acquisitions and secondary fund raisings as well as regulatory and corporate governance compliance issues.