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  • n. Plural form of secondary.


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  • Therefore a trade of 304bp in the secondaries translates to about 1bp tighter than the spread at reoffer.


  • A survey of 107 investors by Coller Capital, a so-called secondaries firm that buys stakes in private-equity funds from investors, found 66% of investors expected to reach their target private equity allocations.

    Survey Finds Investors Near Full Quota of Private Equity

  • What are called the secondaries are attached to the ulna of the forearm, while the tertiaries occupy the humerus and are next to the body.

    Our Bird Comrades

  • These small bodies are termed secondaries, moons or satellites -- the planets themselves being called primaries.

    The Wit and Humor of America, Volume V. (of X.)

  • Coller, based in London, is raising a $5 billion so-called secondaries fund to buy stakes in private equity funds from investors willing to reduce their commitments. -- Top News

  • It found an average of 9.4% in outstanding schools officially listed as "secondaries", compared with 15.4% across Britain.

    Michael Gove's academies plan 'will exclude poorer children'

  • The "secondaries" leading to Brownsville are 4 lane and as fast as Interstates.

    Columbia border crossing?

  • I assume you've left off some of the other "secondaries" e.g., Dover because they pertain mainly to male/male relationships.

    "Homosexual" relationships in antiquity

  • Los Alamos, NM and thermonuclear "secondaries" at Y-12, in Oak Ridge.


  • The Y12 Plant in Oak Ridge, Tennessee will produce "secondaries" which equates to 125 new nuclear weapons per year.


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