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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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But three cheers for the Turkish Cypriot electorate too
One key requirement for the redistribution will be ensuring that electoral enrolments in each electorate will be within +/- 5% of the quota at the time of the next election.
Nicola Sturgeon wins another landslide SNP majority in Holyrood in 2016 and calls it Scottish Electorate mandate to hold another referendum on independence in 2020 because of Westminster's broken promises.
The decree calling on resident and non-resident members of the electorate to participate in the elections was issued on the basis of the enforced electoral law No.
Young or old, there is no way the electorate can ignore Achuthanandan, who is always in the news.
As a result of this, the Egyptian electorate grew pragmatic without a strong commitment to any political tendency.
85 percent of the electorate, then came the first constituency with 77,245 (36,079 men and 41,166 women), 17.
Me provides the electorate with a tool to effectively discuss the issues with those they have elected and, ultimately, shape the outcome of the next elections.
PRINCETON, NJ -- The composition of the electorate for the 2012 presidential election is looking quite similar to what it was in 2008 as well as 2004, according to an analysis of the demographics of Gallup's likely voter sample since Oct.
What is the point of canvassing the views of the electorate and then cynically discarding them?
Once the electorate made their decision, it was the Lib Dems hierarchy who tore up their manifesto, putting a semblance of power above and beyond their promises to the electorate.
Government has spent millions of pounds advertising seeking all the electorate to use their vote, but do they really mean it?