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Type

The classification of an option contract as either a put or a call.

Type

One of two kinds of option contract. In other words, a type is either a call or a put.
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6-litre turbo four and Blood Type Racing has added a high-boost turbocharger manufactured by Garrett, a custom-designed intake manifold and a re-mapped ECU, new cylinder sleeves, forged pistons and connecting rods and a three-inch wide exhaust.
ON THE RECORD If you've ever had an operation or had a baby, your blood type will be on your medical records, otherwise it might never had been tested before.
Wahlgren said that their study ties together previous findings, adding they can explain the mechanism behind the protection that blood group O provides against severe malaria, which can, in turn, explain why the blood type is so common in the areas where malaria is common.
Danvers and Billerica, MA, January 12th, 2015 - 6 Week Blood Type Transformation Challenge by Club Inhale/Exhale, LLC
People with AB blood type made up 6 percent of the group who developed cognitive impairment, which is higher than the 4 percent found in the population.
The theory behind the diet is that the ABO blood type should match the dietary habits of our ancestors and people with different blood types process food differently.
Campaigns encourage those with rare blood types to give, as well as relatives of those with rare blood types.
This stems from the belief that a person's blood type is connected to their personality and compatibility with others.
The scientists enlisted 64 people with different blood types who voluntarily exposed themselves to lots of female mosquitoes (thankfully for the study subjects -- but not the bugs -- the mosquitoes had their biting parts removed).
While receiving blood of the same blood type is best, in an emergency Type O blood can be transfused to people of any blood type.
But serologists of all ideological stripes encountered a fundamental problem: they simply could not establish connections between blood type and race in a scientifically meaningful way.
The researchers from Harvard School of Public Health in Boston also found that for individuals with blood group B the risk of heart disease increased by 11 per cent, and for blood type A, by 5 per cent.