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Elect

The conversion of a conditional order into a market order.

Elect

To order a broker to change a stop limit order or a stop order to a limit order or a market order.

elect

To convert a stop limit order or a stop order to a limit order or a market order.
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It is natural enough for the party bosses and the electoral technicians to think in this way about electability because they have a direct interest in acquiring power.
The ROll--a Gloucester-based foundation dedicated to spreading the ideas of a management theorist named Elliott Jaques--has dramatically announced that they've found the electability X factor.
Only by compromising on key issues did Lula and the PT achieve sufficient electability to become the driving force of the 2002 elections.
However I feel proud of what I have achieved in bringing Labour back to electability.
Today, however, plenty of SNP supporters will be questioning the gradualist approach and the electability of their new leader John Swinney.
I'm not a shrink, but that speaks volumes to me about electability.
A government more leaky than the Titanic and tormented about its image and electability needs all the help it can get.
O'Steen also raised the issue of electability, cautioning the audience not to listen to those who would take the third party route.
In short, the electability of the president should be held in question as voters shift attention from rhetoric and status quo solutions to authenticity, substance, and real change.
Labour has clearly learned very little if it thinks moving to the centre ground is the answer to its future electability.
To go back to Old Labour for a moment, one of the many things New Labour jettisoned in their bid for electability was the party's long–held belief in unilateral nuclear disarmament.
I intend to run a full and vigorous campaign, but focus on the crucial issues that other candidates often have to be less direct or specific on in deference to their electability," said Schultheis.