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Finish

Used in the context of general equities. See: Fill.

Finish

To fill an order. That is, once a broker finishes an order, he executes it according the conditions set forth by the client.
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I achieved my number one goal that day: I crossed the finish line, whether or not it was official.
5 micro-inches for a highly polished mirror finish for optical-grade products, up to Ra 50 or 60 micro-inches for satin-finished products, or possibly as much as Ra 300 micro-inches for embossed or coarsely textured products.
Highland of Palmdale junior Jeremy Acosta (15th, 15:36) was the only other local runner to finish in the top 20 in the Div.
In many cases, the preferred parting-line location for a given neck finish might be at the support ledge, which would make it impossible to change the neck finish in the future unless the height and support-ledge diameter match (fig.
I don't know what would feel better - to win or just to finish,'' Hilson said.
Two years ago, the company took on a project that led it to achieve its first smooth, high-gloss finish with a waterborne paint.
Flacks didn't match her 2005 finish, when she finished 25th to earn All- American honors, but made a strong push over the final half of the multi- loop course over bumpy grass.
In anticipation of a surface finish problem, Durametal decided to run current green sand patterns in alloys other than hi-hard to see results without altering patterns.
Unlike interior items, marine metals on a boat face a number of demanding environmental conditions such as exposure to sunlight, air, water, and salt that are constantly working to degrade the metal or its finish.
Johnson finished second in the race, his third straight runner-up finish, and leads the Chase for the Championship, holding a 63-point edge over Matt Kenseth with onerace to go, Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Surface finish, shakeout (for certain alloys), sand consumption reduction for larger cores and handling strength make the shell process attractive.