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The highest price a buyer of a security is willing to pay and the lowest price a seller is willing to sell at a given time. The touch line, like the bid-ask spread, represents the best price available for a security. Generally speaking, the more liquid an asset is, the lower the bid-ask spread is. As a result, currency, which is considered the most liquid asset, has an extremely low bid-ask spread.
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Its first two Sleeve Touch lines make 700-mm and 1400-mm-wide film.
West Upper Sides & Back, East Lower Sides, East Upper Sides & Back - e90 Uncovered Stand e78; Touch Line EUR85; Goal Line EUR78; East Terrace EUR42; North & South Terrace e35; Schoolboy\girl EUR10.
Exclusive footage from inside the changing rooms, training sessions and on the touch line with the players
That will mean stand in stopper Dirk Lehmann continuing at the back, with Ian Murray filling Laursen's touch line role on the left.
Vile kicked an early penalty and then wing David Rees enabled Pichot to sprint clear for a try, which Vile converted from the touch line.
Rangers Dutch striker Michael Mols, who had taken some heavy stick all night, also played a massive part in the goal, bursting away from a desperate touch line challenge to surge through into the PSV box.
Bankies stand-in coach David Irons got a touch line warning from referee Clark in the 63rd minute for trying to inject some enthusiasm into his players.
Immersion Corporation (NASDAQ:IMMR), the leader in developing and licensing touch feedback technology, today announced that Craig Vachon has been appointed senior vice president and general manager of its Touch line of business.
Park started in determined fashion and skipper Matt Ibbotson led the way with the opening score after seven minutes with Dave Hall converting from the touch line.
Boden kicked the resultant conversion from the touch line and Leicester were back in the game.
It's understood United want him working alongside manager Mark Wright who has just started a four match touch line ban.
As the visitors tried to run the ball from their own line they lost possession and Cardiff lock Steve Moore finished off a counter-attack down the touch line.