Roll Back


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Roll Back

To sell an option position and buy another with the same underlying asset and strike price, but with an earlier expiration date. One may also call this rolling backward.
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FILE -- ROLL BACK MALARIA PARTNERSHIP - 03 OCTOBER 2012, MAE NGAO VILLAGE, MAE HONG SON PROVINCE, THAILAND
Other lobbying and LWVUS letters to Congress towards the end of this session included support of the McCain Amendment opposing torture; support of transparency in Katrina-related government contracts; opposition to eroding environmental protections after the hurricanes; support of funding for social programs in the budget reconciliation bill; opposition to voter registration restrictions in a federal housing bill; opposition to a bill that would roll back campaign finance reform; support of funding for the Help America Vote Act; support of the voting rights of women in the Iraqi constitution; and support of the UN Summit Outcome document.
To access Device Driver Roll Back, click on Start, Control Panel, System, the Hardware tab and Device Manager (exhibit 4, below).
TEI's Toronto Chapter appreciates this opportunity to present its comments on the government's announced intention to roll back the corporate income tax rates and possibly not follow through on the repeal of the Ontario Capital Tax.
They may be hesitant because they receive contradictory guidance: National DDT bans Conflict with WHO guidelines saying it's safe and effective, which in turn conflict with Roll Back Malaria's blueprint for phasing out DDT.
MALARIA during pregnancy is potentially the most controllable element in the global malaria problem, an effective control strategy is available and the need to target pregnant women and specific settings is highlighted in the WHO Roll Back Malaria initiative.
The angel proceeded to roll back the stone at the entrance to the tomb (unless it was already rolled back).
The diocese is asking its 90,000 parishioners to make low-interest loans at 3% to the diocese over the next three years to reduce the interest and roll back the crushing debt.
Asda's Roll Back campaign will cut at least 100 products to `the lowest levels in Britain'; how will the three S's react?
Steven Phillips, is a part of the Roll Back Malaria Zambezi Expedition, a voyage on the fabled Zambezi River to showcase successes and highlight challenges associated with the fight against malaria, as well as distribute bed nets and provide medical treatment.
The protestors were demanding a roll back of hike in rail fares.
WHILE Delhi University campus is abuzz with speculations of a possible roll back of Four-Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP), the university has reiterated that no such step will be taken.