Rings


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Rings

Trading arenas located on the floor of an exchange in which traders execute orders. Sometimes called a pit.

Ring

A place on an exchange assigned for the trading of certain commodities, futures, or options. It is also called a pit or a trading pit.
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As she spoke, Rose offered a little ring to each cousin, and the boys, seeing how sincere she was, obeyed her.
The Donkey lifted himself on his four feet and walked around the ring.
And putting his big ring on Kitty's touchingly weak, pink little finger, the priest said the same thing.
The name of the man who had the audacity to put a ring on your finger
If you ever find Solomon's ring and get possession of it, then come back to me, that I may explain the inscription on the ring to you, for there is no one else in the world who can do this.
How could this ring come into the hands of Milady Clarik?
They were telling one another of all the places where they had been waddling about all the morning, and what good food they had found; and one said in a pitiful tone: 'Something lies heavy on my stomach; as I was eating in haste I swallowed a ring which lay under the queen's window.
Please Your Worship," answered the man-at-arms, "a merry fair is held there today, and a great wrestling match, to which many folk have come, for a prize hath been offered of a pipe of red wine, a fair golden ring, and a pair of gloves, all of which go to the best wrestler.
When I look out at the window again she is gone, but I shall ring for her to-morrow at two sharp.
If you want any medicine, you must ring the night-bell.
That a man bets ten dollars at the ring side that I win against six dollars another man is betting that I lose.
Then the bell above the throne, which sounded whenever an enchantment was broken, began to ring, and the King gave a start of annoyance and exclaimed, "Rocketty-ricketts