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lockup

A building or room for the temporary detention of prisoners by police.
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Therefore, we expect lockup length to be negatively related to both auditor and underwriter quality.
Using a number of stock performance measures, we find that pure insider-selling IPO firms and IPO firms with abnormal net insider selling within 126 trading days following lockup expiration exhibit weak subsequent three-year returns.
Sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said Sheriff Lee Baca has no desire to use the Chatsworth lockup to house inmates.
Lockup Firedice (T1) leads Letter Slippy (T3) at the third bend on Monday night and now heads the betting on the Golden Sprint at Romford
To this end, Danto has developed a syllabus "for training officers assigned to police lockups, to jail and to juvenile detention facilities.
He allegedly pulled out the iron bar of the lockup and attempted to commit suicide by hitting the bar on his head.
In this paper, we examine the abnormal equity price movements and selling volumes around the lockup expirations in the split-share structure reform in China in an effort to establish a direct link between investors' trading behaviors and information discovery.
Ray Leonard, Chief Executive of Hyperdynamics said, "This lockup agreement is an indication of the support and confidence that our largest shareholders have placed in us to succeed in building a world-class oil and gas company.
LEOMINSTER - A Wilmington woman called police Sunday afternoon saying her brother had just telephoned to tell her he had escaped from the lockup at Leominster police headquarters.
Sheriff's deputies failed to keep Anthony White, awaiting trial on a drug charge, segregated from other inmates after he was assaulted the first time in a lockup cell at the Antelope Valley Courthouse by other inmates who had labeled him a ``snitch.
Kelly is a runaway, furious with the mother who allowed the abuse, a street person now incarcerated in a lockup for troubled adolescent girls.
LOCKUP FIREDICE is on course for another crack at the William Hill Derby, writes John Forbes.