When a new issue of a stock or a bond is fully absorbed by the public the issue...
The conversion of nutriment into the fluid or solid substance of the body, by the processes of digestion and absorption, whether in plants or animals.
The process of absorbing a minority group into a dominant group as they adapt and establish greater uniformity.
An incoming group's adoption of the cultural traits and identity of the host group.
Absorption of a new issue of shares into the parent shares. The original shares, normally issued mid year, did not rank for full yearâ€(tm)s dividend (Non Pari Passu) while the parent share is entitled to full yearâ€(tm)s dividend. Upon assimilation, the assimilated shares rank Pari Passu with the parent share.
A term referring to national treatment in the protection of industrial property. See Paris Convention.
( as·SIM·i·LA·tion. In a sociocultural system the integration of cultural traits from previously distinct cultural groups to the culture, ethnic identity, and language of the dominant cultural group.
The forcing of immigrants and minority groups to abandon the unique features of their former cultures and to adapt to the values and norms of the dominant culture and become absorbed into it.
Becoming part of the dominant culture and leaving behind characteristics and qualities that would designate one as different or "other."
Referring to the process by which people become absorbed into a group.
the social process of absorbing one cultural group into harmony with another
the process of absorbing nutrients into the body after digestion
Complete absorption of the characteristics and the behaviors of another culture.
the process whereby nutrients are used by the body and changed into living tissue.
adaptation to a majority groups' cultural ways.
make or become like in customs and viewpoint: We have assimilated immigrants from many lands.
The utilisation by a living organism of absorbed food materials in the processes of growth, reproduction, or repair
A process by which a person or group totally adopts (or is absorbed by) the culture, values, and patterns of another linguistic, national group, religious or social group.
Also known as acculturation, this term refers to the sometimes forced integration of an immigrant or subordinate group into the perceived “dominant” culture of the host community through the absorption of the host's cultural practices and history. This stands in opposition to the idea of multiculturalism , which suggests that different groups can co-exist on an equal basis.
A process by which members of subordinate racial and ethnic groups become absorbed into the dominant culture.
absorption or interation of a culture by another culture. The U.S. policy in Hawai`i after the American takeover was to absorb and integrate Native and Asian peoples into American culture by prohibiting all but English speaking in the schools, and promoting American values.
The utilization of nutrients for growth, with oxygen serving as the final electron acceptor.
When a plant absorbs NO3Ã and coverts it to NH4+ so it can be used.
To become absorbed into another culture and to adapt its characteristics. To develop a new cultural identity.
To be structurally and/or culturally absorbed by a dominant group. During this process, an individual or a group is largely forced to shed its own culture and take on the culture of the dominant group. Assimilation may not be done on equal terms and thus is oneâ€“sided.
The adoption of a society's culture and customs by immigrants to that society. At both an individual and a group level, the process is gradual and often reciprocal.
The absorption of a new issue by the public after all shares have been sold by the underwriting group.
One form of adaptation to a culturally new environment. In the assimilation process, retaining one's original cultural identity is deemed relatively unimportant and the focus is on taking on the new culture's beliefs, values, and norms.
absorption and integration of the people, ideas or culture of another society
systematic process of one group taking on the customs, language, or religion of another group. The process often deprives a group of its own language, customs, and tradition based on the presumed inferiority or lack of utility of its culture.
After all shares have been sold by an issue's underwriters, a new issue is considered assimilated by investors. See: Absorbed
When food is absorbed and utilized in the body.
From Latin assimilation, meaning to render similar.] The process whereby a minority group gradually adopts the customs and attitudes of the prevailing culture.
The process of becoming incorporated into mainstream society. Strict observance of Jewish laws and customs pertaining to dress, food, and religious holidays tends to keep Jewish people separate and distinct from the culture of the country within which they are living. Moses Mendelssohn (1729-86), a German Jew, was one of the key people working for the assimilation of the Jews in the German cultural community.
meaning to integration, mix and become a part of something else, such as in a people 'assimilating' into another culture. The concept of assimilation of the Jewish people into the cultures around them has continued as a debate throughout centuries; some feel in heralds the end of the Jews and others the survival of the Jews in a modern world.
This is the using of the food by the cells of the body after absorption. Back to top of the page
Being absorbed into the culture of an existing group; confirming to one culture.
The process in which foods are utilized and absorbed by the body.
Digestion and diffusion of nutrients by an organism for growth and/or sustenance.
The process of nutrients passing through the intestinal lining into the bloodstream and then to the cells where the nutrients are used by the body.
the process of change that a minority group may experience when it moves to a country where another culture dominates; the minority is incorporated into the dominant culture to the point it no longer exists as a separate cultural unit.
With regard to the digestive process, assimilation refers to the absorption of food values via the gut; the absorption and transformation of food into living tissue.
The full adoption by an individual or group of the culture, values and patterns of a different social, religious, linguistic or national group, resulting in the elimination of attitudinal and behavioral affiliations from the original group.
The process whereby minority groups adapt to and accept the linguistic, cultural, and behavioral norms of the dominant culture in a society. ( learn more)
In the Star Trek fictional universe, assimilation is the process by which the Borg, a race of cyborgs, integrate beings and cultures into their collective. This philosophy is reflected in one of their maxims, which they typically utter before incorporating a culture: "You will be assimilated."