Tranche sentence example
Now they are down to an initial tranche of 16.
Could a revival in social democracy provide a new tranche of politically inspired union activists?
The LDC released a further tranche of data of similar size in 1998 (about 71 hours of data ).
It could also raise funds by selling a further tranche of its remaining holding in Vivendi Environnement.
The project was organized to deliver the first tranche of object records by April 2003.Advertisement
The US accepted this because she had to accept it, and indeed, the UK received the largest tranche of Marshall aid.
Yesterday saw the final tranche of money released from the European Regional Development Fund, who are investing £ 135,000 into the project.
An option for a second tranche of missiles was placed in June 1995.
The first tranche of 136 candidate SACs was sent to the EC in June 1995.
In July 2004, Lunar was granted access to the final tranche of funding to complete the Prototype design.Advertisement
In November, the Security Council has to set the next tranche of the " oil-for-food " program.
A third tranche of material, on the officers of the Commons, will shortly be written up.
Any such drawing used to be referred to as the gold tranche and is now the reserve tranche.
I 'm applying for a second tranche of funding.
At the practical level the aqueduct has provided match funding for us to obtain a substantial tranche of European money.Advertisement
Maybe they 're raising a small tranche of funds now and more later.
An initial tranche of 22 projects was funded by the ESRC to look into the myriad aspects of this question.
The LDC released a further tranche of data of similar size in 1998 (about 71 hours of data).
There are 5 first tranche schemes valued at £ 18 million.
The current transaction results from the second funding tranche of the previously announced convertible debentures of 5 October 2005.Advertisement
Only one dish didn't work - a tranche of seared foie gras which lacked texture.
Thiers sait tout, tranche tout, parle de tout," and this omniscience and "cocksureness" (to use the word of a prime minister of England contemporary with this prime minister of France) are perhaps the chief pervading features both of the statesman and the man of letters.