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Layup

Used in the context of general equities. Easily executed trade or order. See: Lead pipe.

Layup

Informal; an order to a broker that can be executed easily. Layups are made on highly liquid securities at a reasonable price. A layup is also called a lead pipe.
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Surprisingly low lay-up figures Drewry's analysis of the core east-west routes identified a total of 48 vessels (249,000 teu) or approximately 3.
Gary Ricks made a 3-pointer, Hooks scored on a lay-up and Joshua Toms buried another 3-pointer from left corner.
The next day, the embassy hosted a basketball clinic where Granger taught lay-ups and defense to children from local orphanages.
Considering that at least some of the abovementioned resources costs would be reduced in an eventual CFRA1 mass production, the price of this material is given below, for different lay-ups, in Euros per mass unit and per area unit.
Previously a lecturer at Witney College and assistant trainer, Wright will offer boarding for mares, foals and yearlings as well as breaking-in, lay-ups and sales preparation.
Arrows took advantage of a time-out to restore Brown and he hauled the visitors back into contention with some inspired ball-stealing and lay-ups.
Heretofore, you could find such intricate shapes only in custom hand lay-ups," says Miller.
River authorities were straightening banks to promote easier flows, which destroyed the otter's daytime lay-ups and potential holt sites.
The lay-ups are sent to a hot press, where the resin is cured at over 100[degrees]C, and then move on to be trimmed and possibly sanded.
Agreement on lay-ups and quota cuts would last until March 1, until agreement on a longerterm recovery programme for cod designed to last six years.
Mr Stevenson added that a compromise would be a 50 per cent reduction in catches but with no boat lay-ups.