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Legitimate

Used in the context of general equities. Real interest in trading as compared to a profile stance. See: Natural.

Legitimate

Describing a security or trade in which a prospective buyer intends to buy without any illegal intentions, such as price manipulation.
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Dismissing the legitimation exception to the Guyer rule was no small matter.
131) By recognizing that institutional arrangements suggest deeper legitimation strategies, one can interpret these arrangements in light of political and moral theory, arriving at a reconstruction of the normative assumptions that drive the institution.
Still, Habermas braids together the two sources of liberal democratic legitimation (rule of law and popular sovereignty), casting them as mutually reinforcing rather than antagonistic and insisting that each is dependent on the other for eventual full realization: 'The allegedly paradoxical relation between democracy and the rule of law resolves itself in the dimension of historical time, provided one conceives of the constitution as a project that makes a founding act nto an ongoing process of constitution-making that continues across generations.
The chapel itself is a focal point of sacred legitimation, since its construction is considered necessary to obtain the blessings of the god Amun.
Roberts and Scapens (1985), Macintosh and Scapens (1990) argue that management accounting represents modalities of structuration in the three dimensions of signification, legitimation and domination.
Our twofold contribution is first to create a new measure specifically focused on moral praise, or legitimation, for the entrepreneur to study the impact of this aspect of culture on entrepreneurship.
This form of legitimation was underpinned intellectually by the ideology surrounding the adoption and form of Orthodoxy in Russia.
It should be noted here that legitimation based on procedure is quite different than the idea of policy legitimation found in more linear policy models.
1) Legitimation analysis: evaluative statements about political orders, regimes, or communities,
Medieval canonists came to distinguish five types of illegitimates, subject to differing degrees of disability and with differing prospects for legitimation, and considerable portions of canon law found their way into Continental law codes during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
symbiosis between a monarchy based on religious legitimation and an oligarchy started to fade when the religious legitimation of monarchy was brought into question and the possibility emerged that democratic legitimation could be possible even in large states.