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Bolt

Used for listed equity securities. Block trading version of COLT.

Bolt

A computerized order-entry system that sends buy or sell orders for block, over-the-counter trades. It is used to automatically execute orders, and allow users to monitor their positions. It operates much like the continuous on-line trading system, but only for block trades.
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First, take a fully assembled AR-15 and clear it, point the muzzle in a safe direction, and allow the bolt to go forward into battery on an empty chamber.
Bolt is currently ranked joint seventh with arch-rival Justin Gatlin on the year's top timesheet which is headed by world leader and American NCAA champion Christian Coleman.
And even if they never get to Silverado levels, at some point, we'll be able to judge whether the Bolt is a success for GM.
As a consequence, it is important to know how the axial additional bolt load is distributed.
Among several types of timber connections available, dowel-type connections, using bolt or nails, or wooden dowels are the most common in practice.
Bolt did it, despite being slow off the blocks with a reaction time of 0.
Teledyne Technologies Incorporated (NYSE:TDY) on Thursday jointly revealed with Bolt Technology Corporation (NASDAQ:BOLT), the signing of a definitive agreement under which Bolt will merge with the company's wholly-owned subsidiary.
But whenever he gets out, unless he's right about dying in prison, Bolt will then have three years of supervised release.
Jamaican track star Usain Bolt received a framed AFP photograph of the sprinter clinching world 100m gold as a lightning bolt illuminated the stormy skies above.
Bolt defied the pouring rain to storm to victory on a drenched track in a revised time of 9.
For connectivity, the Bolt A51 supports 3G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and USB.
The rifle remains shouldered as the bolt is operated.