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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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Firms, on the other hand, legitimatize these countries while also mimicking and legitimatize each other.
40) Instead, he helped legitimatize Three-Self Patriotic leaders within the Little Flock circle.
Last week, a Hong Kong government source was quoted as saying the refusal is related to Ma's recent comment that China's proposed anti-secession law, which would legitimatize the use of force to reclaim Taiwan, is unnecessary.
As these political leaders struggled to legitimatize their rules and fill in the political vacuum left behind by the Western powers, however, they realized that they would have to invent something as a common ground for their peoples to share and to redefine a spiritual domain which was supposed to have been free from Western colonial domination (Chatterjee 1993, 9).
Great public interest was exhibited towards participation in policy-making mechanisms, and political elites were quick to exploit this interest to further legitimatize their rule.
The attempt would be not to marginalize theology and psychology as important disciplines for defining the human/divine experience but to root the work of theology and psychology in the lived experience of people so as to legitimatize theology and psychology as viable instruments in the increased understanding we all seek about God, human beings, and the world.
This would be a big victory to legitimatize El Camino Real's record.
Using an instrument can help depersonalize issues and legitimatize change agents' requests to strengthen critical factors.
The registry would legitimatize living together without marriage.
Courts have used the need for it to rationalize and legitimatize use of electronic mail as evidence at trial.