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Used in the context of general equities. Conjunction that denotes trade execution /indication, usually during a pre-opening look. "Looks 6 on 6000 shares at opening." See: for/at.
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You can enter a world of annual incomes, where you become
31, 2007 is the last date for students projected to enter college in September 2009 to generate income that will be ignored in financial aid determinations, although the income may be subject to the expanded kiddie tax.
call and enter 04; or text RPVOTE followed by a space and 04
Check the Structure box, enter your password and click on OK.
In the second resolution, the LMDC will enter into and agreement with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to build a bridge to reconnect the World Financial Center and Battery Park City with the rest of Lower Manhattan and to upgrade the Liberty Street walkway along with a covered walkway on Liberty and Church Streets.
I am working with this student on performance anxiety and controlling fear of playing for friends, and will probably never ask her to enter a competition.
Caregivers can then enter information and respond, and this event will be captured on a log.
The customer enters the SDR number to retrieve the current status of the SDR with all pertinent information.
C8: Enter @Round(@PMT(C4, C7/12,C6(*)12),2); change format to currency with two decimal places.
Enter phrases instead of keywords: Avoid one-word searches, they can create hits that are much too large to handle.
is large enough for a person to enter and perform assigned work