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DOT

Designated Order Turnaround

A computerized order-entry system on the New York Stock Exchange that bypasses brokers and automatically executes orders at the best available price through a specialist on the trading floor. It is used predominantly for small and odd-lot orders. See also: SOES.

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Dotter is the first work she has undertaken in the graphic novel format.
Mary, who had retired from her lecturing post at Sunderland University, recalls: "I was looking for another project after finishing Dotter of Her Father's Eyes back in the summer of 2010.
represented Dienst + Dotter in its new lease, while Darrell Rubens, Annie Shinn and Lee Block of Winick Realty Group represented Himmel + Meringoff; NYU was represented by Newmark Knight Frank's James D.
Legend Award recipients are Lee Bofto, Paul Preston and Tom Rassley; Exceptional Coaching Award recipients are Mike Grimm (soccer), Bob Hill (swimming) and Greg Jones (girls basketball); Inspirational Coaching Award recipients are Dan Bass, Charlie Brown and Nick Harris for baseball; Ken Boyle, Todd Fabian and Bryan Worley for basketball; Louise Kapeikis for figure skating; Lee Gale, Tom Nees, Rod Thomas and Mickey White for football; Dwayne Birmingham, Don Carroll, Carolyne Dotter, Edwin Eaton, Brett Johnson, Vicki Leuicka, Mark Osborn,, Kevin Overbay, Eric Slife, Matt Tilger, Kristin Ward, Dan Waterhouse and Mary Zontek for soccer; Eric Granstrom, Ken Krous and Darold Schall for softball; and Vern Neel for volleyball.
For example, Ray Dotter, a spokesman for PJM lnterconnection, the RTO which serves 13 states from Delaware south to North Carolina and east to Michigan and Indiana, says that in 2005 28% of PJM's electric generation capacity was gas fired.
For example, Ray Dotter, a spokesman for PJM Interconnection, the RTO which serves 13 states from Delaware south to North Carolina and east to Michigan and Indiana, says that in 2005 28 percent of PJM's electric generation capacity was gas fired.
The photo judges included Earl Dotter, a prize-winning photo journalist based in Maryland, Bonnie Stutski, photo editor for Smithsonian magazine, and Susan Moeller, a photojournalism professor at the University of Maryland.
And the sprawling orange patches that crawl like nets over other plants are parasitic plants called dotter.
I am taking my buckskin quarterhorse Totter Dotter on long trail rides in Yellowstone Park.
This may, in a poem, come out like so: "Wir sind der Hahn und die Henne / Wir sind auch die kleinen Huhnerlein // Und das Ei / Wer ist das Ei / WIR SIND DAS EI / das Dotter aber auch das Eiwei[Beta] // Au[Beta]erdem sind wir der Fuchs / der die Huhner fri[Beta]t // Wir sind aber auch wirklich alles" (We are rooster and hen / we are also the little chickies / And the egg / who is the egg / WE ARE THE EGG / the yolk and the white // And furthermore we are the fox / Who eats the chicken // Really, we are all of it).
Keller Professor of Interventional Radiology at the Dotter Interventional Institute, Oregon Health Sciences University, who performed the initial studies on EN Snare[R], commented, "The EN Snare[R] has been one of the most important new foreign body retrieval devices in over a decade.
Dotter Lecture at the March 23 opening plenary of SIR's 39th Annual Scientific Meeting.