Definitions for "Takedown"
Keywords:  jitsu, jiu, wrestler, opponent, mat
The act of putting your opponent on the ground (via tackle, sweep, Greco-throw, or other technique), typically involving the legs. This is a staple move of Jiu-Jitsu and "G & P" fighters, as they must get their ground - oriented fighting.
Occurs when a man takes his opponent to the mat from a standing position. This is worth one point, but can be worth more if the opponent is brought down onto his back.
(amateur wrestling) being brought to the mat from a standing position; "a takedown counts two points"
Takedown (2000), also known as Track Down, is a film about computer hacker Kevin Mitnick, based on the book Takedown by John Markoff and Tsutomu Shimomura. The film was directed by Joe Chappelle and stars Skeet Ulrich and Russell Wong.
A rifle or shotgun design allowing disassembly of the barrel from the buttstock and receiver without the use of tools. A takedown model may be carried more easily when disassembled and then reassembled in the field by the shooter.
The discount from the public offering price which a member will receive when buying bonds from the syndicate.
1. The price at which underwriters obtain securities to be offered to the public. 2. The portion of securities that each investment banker will distribute in a secondary or initial pubic offering.
The share of securities of each participating investment banker in a new or a secondary offering, or the price at which the securities are distributed to the different members of an underwriting group. Source
Keywords:  assault, takeover, target
An assault on a target.
Takeover Takeover target
Keywords:  remark, crushing
a crushing remark
Keywords:  racer, enemy, kill
a kill on an enemy racer
a schedule of the transfer of capital in phases in order to complete a commitment of funds. Typically, a takedown is used by a general partner of a private equity fund to plan the transfer of capital from the limited partners.
The advance of money by a lender to a borrower under a loan agreement, loan commitment or line of credit.
Takeout Commitment
Each investment bank's proportionate share of an IPO.
a universally understood example of control
Destruction of a network of foreign agents.
Keywords:  tracts, phases, land, large, purchase
The purchase of property, often large tracts of land, in phases.