Marry


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Marry

To match orders such that the net position is zero. That is, a dealer marries two clients when he/she finds a buyer and a seller for the same security in the same quantity.
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When you marry him you must save him from a cruel disenchantment by raising yourself to the level he fancies you have attained.
Erskine," she said, hardly able to control her voice; "but I will marry him if you wish it.
I say, did you mean it the other day that you wouldn't marry me if I asked you?
I shouldn't mind marrying, but I don't want to marry if I'm going to be no better off than what I am now.
If you don't want to marry me, don't; but the position you take up about love, and not seeing each other--isn't that mere sentimentality?
I could have far easier married the Elam Harnish fresh from Klondike, when I first laid eyes on him long ago, than marry you sitting before me now.
The more you know and like a man the less you want to marry him.
If such are your expectations of matrimony, Esther, you must, indeed, be careful whom you marry - or rather, you must avoid it altogether.
It's a pleasant prospect," he said, "to part at the church door, and to treat my own wife on the footing of a young lady who is engaged to marry another gentleman.
to another, I would not marry you unless my heart had entirely
Whether you marry me or not, you're a good little girl, Becky, and I'm your vriend, mind," said Sir Pitt, and putting on his crape- bound hat, he walked away--greatly to Rebecca's relief; for it was evident that her secret was unrevealed to Miss Crawley, and she had the advantage of a brief reprieve.
But recollecting what he had said of marrying them by a written contract, which I knew he would stand to, I returned it back upon him, and told him I granted all that he had said to be just, and on his part very kind; that I would discourse with the men upon the point now, when I came to them; and I knew no reason why they should scruple to let him marry them all, which I knew well enough would be granted to be as authentic and valid in England as if they were married by one of our own clergymen.