Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete form of trench.
- n. One of a series of allotments (of funds for a certain purpose).
- n. One set or portion of a series.
- v. To divide into parts or portions of a series (especially of allotments of funds).
- adj. Divided into portions or parts of a series (especially of allotments of funds).
- Late Anglo-Norman traunche (Old French tranche). (Wiktionary)
“From Wikipedia: "tranche (often misspelled as traunch or traunche)" or in this case "tranuch”
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“Unless a sizable traunch of superdelegates show public support for Obama, I think this thing will limp into the convention, where Obama will probably win on the first round.”
“It's expected to receive another traunch of TARP funds as its own exotic and toxic securities ferment into further billion dollar losses.”
“The biggest part in the beginning of the third quarter of 2010 and then there was another traunch of that loss that happened during the fourth quarter of 2009.”
“The U.S. has now given Morgan Stanley authorization to sell a second 1.5 billion share traunch.”
“If the U.S. gets through this second traunch they will have only 4.7 billion shares of”
“The U.S. Treasury disclosed last night that it sold the first 1.5 billion share traunch of its”
“On ocrelizumab, the step down occurs at certain end market revenue numbers and it's all revenues, it's not cut by indication so I think the first traunch, do you have that detail in front of you now?”
“While the government is selling below Citigorup's Tangible Book Value, it is showing so constraint since it only sold 1.1 billion shares of the 1.5 billion share traunch that was approved before the blackout period set by Citigroup related to its second quarter earnings release end.”
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For some reason this combination has always appealed to me; sometimes to the point of altering words to make them.
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