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Ahead

On an exchange, referring to a record of a trade that occurs at the same price as another trade, but is nonetheless listed before that other trade in a specialist's book. See also: Behind.
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In fact, Myra Breckenridge is way ahead of its time, very gay, and by far Vidal's most personal novel.
Conductor Julius Rudel, however, keeps these 19th-century impulses in check, ensuring that an opera ahead of its time stays true to the spirit of its own age.
I've said it from day one: This building is 50 years ahead of its time,'' says Albert Grossman, 77, a retired aluminum subcontractor.
Although Hampton is a mature and established community, the city of Hampton is ahead of its time in deploying advanced technology solutions to improve service to its citizens.
Kane'' ultimately lost $150,000 - too ahead of its time in narrative structure, its brilliant use of sound and photography lost on audiences.
Ahead of its time, this innovative compact system applies sophisticated digital sound projector technology to control the orientation of the sound from its speakers by focusing it into beams.
This trillion-bit, or "terabit," threshold is so far ahead of its time that scientists acknowledge there's no current need to transmit so much information so quickly.