Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The college punishment of confining a student within the college gates. See gate , v., 2.

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  • verb Present participle of gate.

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Examples

  • One of the reasons the firm's hedge-fund assets fell significantly was because it didn't stop investors from leaving its funds through so-called gating, according to Deepak Gurnani, head of hedge funds at Investcorp.

    Investcorp Posts Its First Loss

  • Chanda and his team zeroed in on the structure that connects the voltage sensor and the pore, a protein region called the gating interface, which consists of a series of amino acids.

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  • Chanda and his team zeroed in on the structure that connects the voltage sensor and the pore, a protein region called the gating interface, which consists of a series of amino acids.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Chanda and his team zeroed in on the structure that connects the voltage sensor and the pore, a protein region called the gating interface, which consists of a series of amino acids.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • When hedge funds invoked clauses in their investments that kept investors from taking their money out - so-called gating provisions - investors scrambled to raise money from other assets.

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  • Yet, under the political schemes currently being considered -- including the House provisions contained in the fiscal stimulus plan -- CER is envisioned to become what is called a gating factor for coverage and therefore market entry.

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  • And after the crash last year, hedge funds came under attack for short-selling and "gating" investors (refusing redemptions).

    Power to the Hedge Funds!

  • Researchers call this "gating" of visual input, and it might cause solution-related brain activity to burst into consciousness.

    Lee Schneider: Where Do Ideas Come From?

  • Other aspects incorporated into an integrated transport strategy include implementing parking fees at the workplace and "gating", whereby traffic patterns are designed to prevent pollution in open areas where pollutants can be most easily dispersed.

    Energy profile of the United Kingdom

  • Bacterial physiology: Circadian 'gating' of cell division

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