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Double

The purchase of a call and a put on the same underlying asset with the same strike price and the same expiration date. A double enables one to profit from whatever price movement the underlying takes. That is, if the price goes up, the holder exercises the call, and if it goes down, he/she exercises the put. If one of the options is in the money, the other must be out of the money.
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As a result, paradoxes resonate in doubleness instead of resolving into single truths.
So far, we have considered the appropriately inappropriate techniques of deflation, parody, and irony and the destabilization of hierarchical structures through the ambivalent doubleness of laughter, with the idea that the tasks of identifying a context, unpredictable and shifting though it may be, and demarcating a precarious viewing position are central to the witnessing of tragedy.
This position and later philosophical assumptions are set in contrast with the theme of doubleness discussed above.
His own integrity should not be confused with the doubleness of the "performing ape" that in the evolution into culture became named "Red Peter.
There is a doubleness in autoethnographic work, and indeed, to engage in autoethnography as Holman Jones (2005, p.
His doubleness of vision and hearing, the paralyzing awareness of how he seems to those he speaks to, incorporates something absolutely vital to human integrity, the knowledge that I do not coincide with myself, that who and what I am is significantly out of my control.
Having stressed the doubleness of the encounter and thus for the attentive reader the potential depth of the association, the narrator admits that in actual personal appearance "He was not a bit like me, really" (17).
Past theatrical material is brought into the present as past material, creating a temporal doubleness, or ambivalence, and requiring a corresponding "double-hearing" in the audience.
It was that doubleness I always looked for, always wanted to create" (Locus).
But if the mechanical doubleness of crosscut thoughts shreds its authority on every page, and in so doing threatens to undermine the concept or dream of literary authority altogether, the doubling of characters across novels seems to hold out the possibility of some partial restoration.
it meant something--in spite of machinery-- to say the country , to say apple season though what it meant was a kind of nose-thumbing and a kind of sweetness as when one says how quaint knowing that a refined listener understands the doubleness
to sum up the doubleness of what this poem might be about.