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Print

Used in the context of general equities. As a verb execute a trade, evidenced by its printing on the ticker tape. As a noun, a trade.

Print

1. Informal; to execute an order by making a trade.

2. Informal; a trade.

In both cases, the term is most applicable when the trade appears on a ticker tape or is otherwise publicly recorded.

print

The appearance of securities transactions on the composite tape.
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As Cohen points out, "distributors want a single standard, not a repeat of the release print digital sound rollout, when competing proprietary formats forced studios to produce prints in three or more versions".
Darteville said he has had access to it but could not release prints or the name of the photographer.
Word is both versions will play at Berlin, but release prints are being negotiated.
Some pirated copies are camcorded off a projection screen, but the timecode on the "Sith" copy is something that's never seen on release prints.
Current film projectors aren't built to accommodate higher frame rates, and release prints would be too bulky and expensive if they used, say, twice as much film as they do now.
From the days of the earliest silent features, studios and filmmakers have trusted Deluxe with their camera negatives and relied on the company to strike and distribute their release prints.
But digital technology continues to pervade the distribution chain for theatrical release prints.
Technicolor provided digital intermediates and digital cinema services to half of the 10 highest grossing films, and theatrical release printing to nearly three-quarters of the top 10 films, through a combination of domestic and international theatrical release prints.
The FCT program was first unveiled by Deluxe Labs in Hollywood several years ago for theatrical release prints.
Atlab has avoided the need for layoffs by handling release prints for U.
The company is also among the world's largest processor of front-end and bulk release film prints, with the ability to process more than five billion feet of release prints annually for the most highly-regarded names in U.
Some of the dialect, though pared to the bone, is so authentic that Italian subtitles are used on local release prints.