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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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She says being able to record almost any report, other than markets, ahead of time allows her to be free to go out and attend an ag event or meet with farmers.
It's more convenient, and can be done ahead of time and scheduled.
Though counters are generally called out ahead of time, they can be initiated by player movement.
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We've been doing the toy drive for 16 years but we figured we'd try and collect some toys ahead of time this year, as well as in (the fall),'' said sheriff's Deputy Gerri McCorkle, the station's community relations liaison.
The scope of the work was set forth ahead of time, but because we were in a hurry there was no direct agreement about how Mr.
says that people who love to hunt should condition themselves ahead of time so they avoid triggering a high heart rate.
If you decide to make this an extra special Valentine's Day, have a plan ahead of time," says Michael McAuliffe, president of FCCS.
When a diplomat purchases or leases property, Tatge said, the Secretary of State requires the Office of Foreign Missions to be notified ahead of time in order approve the transaction.
You can prevent [pre-eclampsia] by using [small] doses ahead of time," he says.
Plan ahead: anticipate questions that may be asked and think about your response ahead of time.