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Listed

Describing a security or derivative that is traded on an exchange. It contrasts with the term "over-the-counter."

list

To admit a security for trading on an organized exchange. In order to be listed, the security and the issuer must meet certain minimal standards established by the exchange. These standards may relate to assets, earnings, market value, and stock voting rights. Compare delist. See also Form S-1.
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When God tells Abraham to listen, He was saying to engage in conversation.
Recent technical innovations allow subscribers with portable MP3 players to use technology for downloading podcasts and to listen to files at one's own convenience.
This strategy was neither advantageous nor practical in this type of listening task because students had to listen to a whole passage continuously rather than listening to a short conversation.
But a lot of satellite radio subscribers are commuters who listen while driving.
He's really good at adding other guitar parts and vocals that are just below the surface and are not apparent on first listen.
The first collection of Sonic Meditations was published in 1971 as a series of verbal descriptions of how to listen and create sound fabrics in groups.
As students listen to the song outside of class, they become familiar with the pronunciation and, even more importantly, the "rhythm" or "accent" of the foreign language (Graham 159).
The student noticed the change in colors of the note bars on the graph and asked to listen again to the dynamics.
Pretending to listen is a technique people use to pretend to be giving attention to the conversation when they are not.
One of the first principles in crisis intervention is to listen for the emotions exhibited by the subject and how they relate to the facts of the situation.
My wife Janet and I take time each morning on waking to pray and listen for direction from the God who has led us so wonderfully all these years in fair weather and foul.