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LEGAL

A computerized database maintained by the NYSE to keep track of enforcement actions, audits, and complaints against member firms. This term is not an acronym but is referred to in capitals.

LEGAL

A New York Stock Exchange data bank of enforcement actions, investor complaints, and member audits.

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Directed by Tony and Olivier Award winning Jerry Mitchell (Hairspray), Legally Blonde The Musical won Best New Musical 2011 at the Olivier Awards.
People across the UK from Bristol to York and as far as Glasgow, have taken Legally Blonde into their hearts and are having one Elle of a party at the theatre.
Stephen Rees, the Empire's general manager, said: "I am extremely proud we have been chosen to host the UK premiere of the tour of Legally Blonde The Musical.
The subject of legally owned guns has been thrust into the public eye after Derrick Bird killed 12 people with a legally owned rifle and shotgun in Cumbria last month.
In Legally Blonde, Jill will play hapless beautician Paulette, who is befriended by main character Elle Woods - the part originally played by Reese Witherspoon in the 2001 film.
The latest statistic is even more frightening when put it in the context that there was just one legally registered handgun five years ago.
With the growth in consumers awareness of health issues associated with salt, fat and sugar levels Bakels has launched Legally Low Roll Concentrate, a powdered improver to help bakers produce bread rolls for these health conscious consumers.
All legally required standby systems are now classified as Emergency Systems.
Colley said there was nothing legally wrong with what his son did, but he said he sent the military $468 this week -- or 39 cents a letter for the 1,200 letters -- to avoid any ``appearance of impropriety'' concerning the mailer.
38 million shotguns held legally was also the highest number since records began in 1995.
The tax legally applies only to calls priced on distance, not the length of the conversation, a restriction that should exempt most Internet phone service and cellular calls.
At its most elemental levels, Winning Legally represents a lawyer's seasoned advice about how companies should view the law, and how to use their own legal resources--and not just to keep out of jail or to stay in good standing with regulators, Bagley, a former securities attorney who teaches at Harvard Business School, aims to show how the law can be used proactively to help businesses frame their strategic drives.