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settled

[′sed·əld]
(meteorology)
Pertaining to weather, devoid of storms for a considerable period.
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In London, Brent crude added 5 cents to settle at USD 77.
50 to settle at $1,572 an ounce, and palladium for September delivery rose $6.
Atkins said Dark Settle would be very pretentious film for action lovers.
This Alabama case illustrates how one malpractice insurance carrier, in refusing a claimant's offer to settle within insurance policy limits, did a disservice to one physician
In September, the City Council agreed to settle Bernal's case for $320,000.
In other cases, including Milwaukee and Los Angeles, the dioceses will not settle with victims until they settle with their insurance companies over who is paying what.
Even if a creditor were to seize the installment note, it is still entitled only to small, intermittent payments and may be motivated to settle for a percentage of the claim.
With the state-mandated deadline having passed for Florida insurers to settle claims from 2004's string of four hurricanes, about 49,000 residential claims remain outstanding, according to the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation.
Robison explained that the settlement guidelines are not developed with a "sweetener" or an inducement to settle early.
If you settle, the account will most likely be reported as "settled charge-off.
Following the purchase Lemelson offered to settle the claim for $1 million.
In samples of hardwood kraft pulp beaten in the laboratory to different extents, fiber populations were studied with respect to how the fibers settle in a cylinder of water.