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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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Obama could never win 50 percent of the popular vote with the economy in the current doldrums, eyen if the Republicans ran their least electable candidate.
At the same time, Clinton's argument that she is more electable in the fall does not appear at this juncture to have support in national data; both she and Obama fare equally well when pitted in polling against McCain.
John Kerry qualified as electable under this standard because of his war-hero resume and his relatively moderate Senate record.
An embarrassing disclosure or a careless comment could weaken the perception that he's electable - a perception to which Kerry owes much of his success.
It's hard to appear electable when you get precious little ink or air time," you admitted in "Up for Grabs," before moving on to fawn over Howard Dean.
Koizumi is Japan's most electable politician because he talks about economic reform without embarking on the painful business of actually carrying it out,'' the British economic daily said in an editorial titled ''Koizumi's chance.
While other Tories -- Oliver Letwin, Dr Liam Fox, even IDS himself -- are trying their best to sound vaguely electable by not repeating past mistakes, we have heard nothing new from the shadow DEFRA team.
We have also supported thousands of electable pro-life candidates pledged to
His personality 44% He's not electable 32% Opponent attacks 24% Total Votes: 36,396 What's the main reason for John Edwards' campaign surge?
What I am here to say is the best way of realising our high ideals is to show that we have an alternative in government that is credible, radical and electable.
It is interesting that since the election, Labour has distanced itself from the policies offered pre-election and is now favouring more right-wing policies in an attempt to make the party more electable at the next election.
ALL this talk of Ed Miliband stabbing his brother David in the back over the selection of Labour leader is just a piece of low-life Tory spin thought up by their think tank to discredit Ed, who to their dismay is becoming more electable by the day.