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acquire

[ə′kwīr]
(electronics)
Of acquisition radars, the process of detecting the presence and location of a target in sufficient detail to permit identification.
Of tracking radars, the process of positioning a radar beam so that a target is in that beam to permit the effective employment of weapons. Also known as target acquisition.
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(4) The Purchasing Group members failed to file prior written notification with the Board before acquiring these shares and continued to conceal the source of funds used to acquire their shares.
In a two-party type "A" merger, the acquirer does not have to acquire substantially all of the business of the target (it may "cherry pick" assets, with some limitations); and, the acquirer does not have to use its voting stock as the consideration for the merger.
North Korean willingness to sell complete systems and components has enabled other states to acquire longer range capabilities."
Additionally, if you acquire a company that has a strength you need (geographic presence, for example) but that is under-performing, move quickly and impose your systems and your people.
The Forest Service and state of New Hampshire are now appraising the values of the rights that each will acquire in the property, and negotiating administrative and management issues.
Alera Group Acquires Interest in The Insurance Alliance of Central Pennsylvania
SL Green chief executive officer, Marc Holliday, commented, "These latest acquisitions demonstrate the combined ability of SL Green and Jeff Sutton to locate and acquire sets of properties in the best retail locations.
[section] 1.263(a)-4, applicable to costs incurred to acquire or create intangibles, and Treas.
Parker Hannifin announced an agreement to acquire operations of ITR SpA, a Subsidiary of the Saiag Group, for $68 million.
Losers will he disposed of Eliminating pooling will end the artificial incentive to acquire or retain components of companies that don't fit well economically with the acquirer.
1843(k)(4)(H)) and this subpart authorize a financial holding company, directly or indirectly and as principal or on behalf of one or more persons, to acquire or control any amount of shares, assets or ownership interests of a company or other entity that is engaged in any activity not otherwise authorized for the financial holding company under section 4 of the Bank Holding Company Act.
* Hidden Creek Industries, Minneapolis, and its Canadian partner, Onex Corp., agreed to acquire a controlling interest in J.L.