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Big Figure

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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As the first and only FDA-approved injectable drug that improves the appearance of moderate to severe submental fullness due to submental fat in adults, KYBELLA[sup.
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There is a greater destiny for every human being: life in its fullness in the presence of God
An Abta spokeswoman said they had had "zero assistance" from Fullness, of Coleridge Gardens, London.
The history of the development of African American children's literature is a story that has not been recovered completely and told in its fullness.
Uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, fullness, or pain in the center of the chest that lasts more than a few minutes, or goes away and I comes back.
Christ's "body [which] as such holds within it the fullness of him who himself receives the entire fullness of God.
All isms are overcome by catholicity in the fullness of time, and in accordance with to the divine intention, which expresses itself in Baptism whereby we are drawn out of our selves and our separate existences into God's all embracing fullness.
The textual editor is a kind of resurrection person, not in the older English sense of the grave robber, but in the scholarly effort to raise from difficult and inaccessible places the fullness of life of earlier ages by establishing and publishing texts by which those ages explained themselves.
Armagnac has a forthright bouquet that has been likened to prunes, hazelnuts and peaches, with a fullness characterized as plummy.
That way we can add to the fullness of Wollstonecraft's reputation, because after all, she had only A Vindication of the Rights of Woman to fall back on.
In addition, conductive heating loss, pulsatile tinnitus, and fullness occur.