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Comparison

Short for "comparison ticket," a memorandum between two brokers that confirms the details of a transaction to be carried out.

comparison

A confirmation from one broker to another with respect to the details of a security trade. Also called broker comparison, comp.
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Speaking at the launch Brian Kavanagh, chief executive of Horse Racing Ireland, said: "Flat racing worldwide is moving more and more towards high-quality international meetings and, with Irish Champions Weekend, Ireland now has a meeting that can bear comparison with all other major international racedays.
Martinez has studied Everton's history since he took over as manager last summer and he believes McCarthy can bear comparison with the greats after just 27 Everton starts.
A three-point specialist, he is one of the few point guards with experience of the British league with stats that even bear comparison to five-time BBL all-star Moore, ruled out for the rest of the campaign with a broken foot.
Ex-Middlesbrough man Tuncay was under consideration last summer as an alternative if the Black Cats failed to sign Gyan, but his goalscoring record does not bear comparison with that of Bent.
Spurs' 1981 FA Cup-winning hero Villa thinks Bale's performances against Inter Milan in the Champions League in the past fortnight bear comparison with the best footballers in the world.
Okay, so it's those long-regarded familiar tunes, such as Solomon Bites The Worm, Bluetonic and Slight Return (hilariously reworked as a reggae tune before the song grinds to a halt and normal service is resumed) that receive the greatest adulation, however the songs from their excellent new album A New Athens bear comparison to the best of their back catalogue.
The political resonances of the work, with its championing of the dispossessed against the rich, bear comparison with the utterances of other contemporaries.
I submit that there is only one English author who can bear comparison with these two Welsh authors: Shakespeare himself.
SIR ALEX FERGUSON is confident Wayne Rooney and Carlos Tevez can form a partnership to bear comparison with the legendary Manchester United front pairing of Andy Cole and Dwight Yorke.
Our gun crime levels now bear comparison with most other places in the world and Birmingham has a huge gun problem.
Yes, the games are every bit as intense as an Old Firm clash but the factors surrounding it don't bear comparison.
These results bear comparison to the results of Lake (2001) and Haidet et al.