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Write

Sell an option. Applies to derivative products.

Write

To originate and sell an option contract. The writer of an option contract must sell (in a call) or buy (in a put) the underlying asset of the contract if the holder exercises the option.
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Now I have to admit that this may be a particularly personal feeling, but I can't help but write about it.
If you write down a goal, your eyes clearly see it on the paper, and your brain registers exactly what you want to do.
One" disappears, becomes invisible, the instant "one" writes or names oneself; "history" disappears the instant it is written or named; and, though there is never a guarantee of a proper direction, nor an escape to an outside of the plunging of writing or naming, history and one's name are always written or named.
In the ceremony, participants write down negative thoughts or fears, light the paper and watch the negativity go up in smoke.
The AFE contains various circuitry, including RF-amplifier, sample and hold module, and write digital to analog converter (DAC), analog peripheral controller DAC & 3:1 analog multiplexer.
When I first tried to write novels, in my 20s, I was so self-absorbed, so indifferent to the external world, that I could never remember what a character was wearing, or what color his eyes were, or what the room looked like; as an art critic, my secret agenda was to learn how to enjoy describing the look of things, the plasticity of objects, and to place things in context.
If you are writing and can't decide which of two words to use in a sentence, write both of them down and keep going.
If patriots poured molasses into Boston Harbor, write N in spaces 7 and 12.
Write order consistency groups guarantee that all writes are delivered in the proper order.
Still, I think there is a bit of a mystery writer in me because, to me, mystery is a component of suspense--and I often write supernatural suspense.
Karl-Heins Ziessow writes on an exchange of letters between a peasant and a learned relative in the early nineteenth century (151-174).