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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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What distinguished Fuller from these contemporaries, Hays says, were a lack of "reflexivity" (conscious references in design to architecture's heritage), de-emphasis of stability in favor of dynamic relationships, and a denial that nature, humanity, and technology are distinct entities.
However, Fuller does not account for the instances in which people are racist and/or sexist when there is no relationship of power.
Anthony Fuller said: "I would like to congratulate Simon and John on these well-deserved promotions and for their part in the group's success.
Part of the uncertainty over finite reinsurance is that there's no clear standard definition for what it is, Fuller said.
Fuller, who along with his wife Linda, founded HFH in 1976, was fired as its president in January.
As a David in the world of Goliath hardware, lumber and building materials stores, Fuller & Son has managed to not only survive but prosper, Bobby Fuller said, because it buys inventory through a national cooperative that allows Fuller & Son to match the prices of its competitors while offering superior service.
Without this type of research, the industry will continue to sub-optimize its pulp mills and operate at higher costs, said Fuller.
This was war as Fuller experienced it - boredom punctuated by physically exhausting stretches of surreal insanity.
No stranger to this business, Jeff worked for his father, Bill Fuller, who founded Abraflex Ltd.
One of those events will be the gradual coming-out of Jaye's uptight lesbian immigration lawyer sister Sharon, played with scene-stealing brio by Katie Finneran, who is best known for her Tony-winning turn in the 2002 Broadway revival of Noises Off "What cemented Katie in my heart forever was the fact that she was in the remake of Night of the Living Dead," gushes Fuller, a lifelong horror buff who penned the recent TV adaptation of Stephen King's Carrie.
During his discussions on its internal role in its homeland, Fuller summarizes and interprets various avenues in which Islamism has acted as a force for change in society.
The other, Buckminster Fuller, was a multidisciplinary inventor and practical philosopher best known for developing the light, strong, and cost-efficient geodesic dome.