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Flash

Value of a security displayed, or flashed across the tape, when the tape display cannot keep up with volume on an exchange and lags the current price by more than approximately five minutes.

Flash

When the tape is late by more than five minutes, the current price of a security that periodically displays, or "flashes," on the ticker. This interrupts the delayed prices and keeps investors abreast of where the current price is even if they do not know how it arrived there. The flash price displays every five or 10 minutes.
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Williams said neither store does any major advertising or special promotions of flashlights.
Trace the head of a flashlight onto a piece of heavy black paper.
To my way of thinking, whatever flashlight you're using for self-defense, whether it's handheld or mounted on your pistol, needs to be bright enough to illuminate not just the person but to properly identify whatever he might be holding in his hands at typical self-defense distances.
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Trace the end of a small flashlight around the hole.
At first she thought that the flashlight had died, and then she turned the cylinder toward herself and saw the small circle of light.
is offering the public what could be the world's ultimate flashlight.
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Advances in LED and battery technology in the past few years have turned the flashlight industry on its head--in a very good way.