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The whole dollar amount of a quote. For example, if a security is trading at $26.45, its big figure is 26. Many traders do not include the big figure when providing quotes, especially for highly liquid assets like currencies, because they assume other traders already know them. The big figure is also called a handle, especially in the United States.
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He points out that integrating a full-scale capture facility at Mongstad would be both challenging and costly.
With the cancellation of the full-scale development contract with Boeing and Hughes, a multiyear window of opportunity was lost.
A full-scale harvester for mussel cultivations around submerged artificial constructions;
Philips' Lab-2-Fab support helps semiconductor manufacturers with the transition of devices from R&D, through pilot production, to full-scale production.
The step-by-step treatment precisely mimics the operations in the two full-scale facilities.
It's very fitting that the first full-scale model of the RQ-4A Global Hawk reside in the Air Force Museum at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base,'' said Carl O.
The completion of this impressive pilot plant should place us a step closer to our ultimate goal of establishing a full-scale commercial silicon plant in Manitoba," said James Downey, deputy premier of Manitoba and Energy and Mines minister.
Reaching this key milestone demonstrates that no additional technological breakthroughs are necessary in order for HydroGen to deliver full-scale commercial demonstration plants during 2007.
The main thing they (Pentagon officials) are doing is authorizing the full-scale development, what we call the engineering and manufacturing development,'' said Doug McCurrach, a spokesman for Lockheed Electronics and Missiles.
In the 2007 harvest CBEC intends to undertake a full-scale rice-straw harvest operation using 5 forage harvester units, over the full 10 weeks of the harvest.
The first full-scale trials of an experimental drug that attacks a genetic defect in breast cancer cells show significant promise for women with advanced cancer, scientists reported Sunday in Los Angeles.
We hope to see a full-scale application of the technology in the near future.