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Member

A person, normally a broker, who has a seat on a stock exchange. This means that he/she is allowed to make trades on the floor of that exchange. Most exchanges do not allow a company to be a member, so the membership for a member firm formally belongs to an individual employee. Memberships are bought and sold at market price because most exchanges have a finite number.

member

An individual who owns a seat on a commodities or securities exchange. See also allied member.
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com online survey conducted from October 19 to October 26, 2015, on 6012 male members in Europe.
I can't recall one case (surely there must be one) of any union pulling male members out on strike to fight for women's rights.
The celebration of the world women's day reminds to promote and raise awareness about the equal importance and status of women folk, at par with male members, at all time in the society since the importance of the role of lady members in any of the society could not be set aside and the equal rights, dignified status, respect and honour of women was imperative in all respect, speakers observed.
Some of the male members were known to the complainant in her office, police said.
In June 1978 the Church announced that a clarifying revelation had been received and the priesthood was once again made available to all worthy male members of the church.
There are cases of families where women become breadwinners despite the presence of male members who sit idle without performing their responsibilities.
Pakistan Muslim League-Q member Nighat Aurakzai said male parliamentarians demanded perks and privileges only for 99 male members and excluded 25 women legislators.
Meanwhile, Bishnu Rijal, press adviser to the prime minister, conceded that the decision to appoint only male members at the NPC was against the spirit of the Interim Constitution.
Two other male members of police staff received a warning.
And the ladies demanded male members share the task with them or brought in outside help to serve food.
The Ashington and District Comrades Club in Northumberland has told regulars that only male members can sign youngsters in for this year's event, and those children have to be their own sons and daughters.
Most of the male members in my family died somewhere between 58 and 64 years of age, and yes most of them drank and smoked and probably were guilty of being poor, but they all shared one common factor - they were all born, lived and worked over the border, now known as Middlehaven.