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Exclusive

In the context of general equities, having sole possession of the customer order/indication; not in competition with other dealers.

Exclusive

Describes a broker-dealer who has a client's order or indication of interest without competing with other broker-dealers. That is, an exclusive broker-dealer is not competing for a better commission or anything else with other broker-dealers.
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Script to the treadplates and console highlight the exclusiveness of the XKR-S GT.
Exclusiveness is what sets apart DDF from others," says Abhijit Das, Head of Marketing, DDFS ( Delhi Duty Free Services), " We try to be the first in the region or atleast within Indian retail outlets, with a tag of exclusivity.
The Windows Phone 8 flagship from Nokia Lumia 920, which has only been available to customers in Britian through Everything Everywhere (EE), is soon to end the exclusiveness.
Listing three main challenges in front of the EU as the global power shifts to East Asia, European influence decreases, cultural exclusiveness becomes more prominent and there is a rise in the number of extreme movements, Davutoy-lu argued that "Turkey is a cure to these challenges, not a burden" as he urged European decision makers to consider Turkey's membership in the context of Europe's future based on this framework.
I hope the Bar's constitutional attorneys test the exclusiveness of the rule for equal protection and due process and make an effort to reaffirm the absolute cornerstone right of all Americans to have unrestricted access to the court system by hand delivery, mail, or email filing and service where possible.
The countries, who are keeping nuclear arsenals along with peaceful nuclear energy, will definitely be looking to keep their opportunities in all NPT sessions and meanwhile, they will try to keep their dominance and exclusiveness of nuclear energy.
With its association with Walt Disney, this time it has once again proved its exclusiveness.
Today's graphic artists and ad campaign professionals would do well to study this collection of posters created in the early decades of the 20th century as rail travel became popular for tourists, and railway companies were eager to promote attractiveness, mystique, and romantic exclusiveness.
It would want to be made perfectly clear that PSI is an issue of concern not only to Ireland but to other countries, and the same clarity on the exclusiveness and uniqueness of this in respect of Greece [.
The Irish premier said "the exclusiveness and uniqueness" of the Greek PSI arrangement "should be made perfectly clear," to avoid fueling investors' fears that they may stand to lose money from loans to other bailed out eurozone countries such as Ireland.
In the chapters that follow, he remarks that "Israel is the Jewish state and Jewishness is an ethno-centric ideology driven by exclusiveness, exceptionalism, racial supremacy and a deep inherent inclination towards segregation".
All this while the Israeli government claims in the name of jewishness the takeover of a piece of Bethlehem, expelling people, confiscating land to preserve the exclusiveness of Jewish access to Rachel's tomb?