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Ring

A place on an exchange assigned for the trading of certain commodities, futures, or options. It is also called a pit or a trading pit.

ring

See pit.
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Sweet, soothing chime, rationing time, Cold nights limit the swing.
Bussone and Lampner allegedly solicited FCE and BCG to make donations to The Chimes Foundation, a charitable fundraising arm of Chimes International LTD.
No doubt there will be complaints in some quarters when the chimes resume.
He said: "We made an enquiry with the town council about whether, for the comfort and wellbeing of myself and the hotel guests, it might be possible to either damp down or switch off the town clock during the night which chimes on the hour throughout the night.
These results confirm the hypothesis raised by the CHIMES investigators: longer treatment duration and follow-up beyond 3 months of stroke patients is needed to assess stroke recovery[sup.
He added these uniquely designed beautiful LED illuminated doorbell, door chimes are ideal for night-lighting a hallway for safety or to add a touch of elegant daytime illumination.
Since 1873 the tower bell has clocked up 13,586,760 chimes.
One speaker said that the chimes of ice cream vans were audible half a mile away.
Chimes spokesman Ann Beaumont said: "We are really pleased by the number of people who came to the annual Christmas dinner this year.
Ice cream chimes come under part of Section 62 of the Control and Pollution Act 1974 which allows speakers to be used in streets between noon and 7pm.
Mourners said they would "dramatically reduce" the number of chimes in return for keeping other decorations, after new rules meant all would be scrapped.