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Natural

Used in the context of general equities. Customer buyer or seller, versus a principal or profile interest. Legitimate, real.

Natural

Describing a security or trade in which a prospective buyer or seller actually intends to buy or sell, as opposed to an indication of interest where the inquirer has other intentions.
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For quick disposal of narcotics cases, special courts were established by promulgating the Control of Narcotic Substances Act, 1997.
The two sides exchanged matters of common interest and discussed the efforts of the National Committee for Narcotics & Psychotropic Substances.
Another Arab national drug trafficker who had glued the narcotics to his body, concealing it all under his clothes, was arrested at the Airport and found in his possession 20,000 narcotic pills.
On 26-29 March, 2012 the Head of the State Anti-Drug Committee, Director of the Federal Service of the Russian Federation for Narcotics Traffic Control (FSNC) Victor Ivanov paid a visit to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
Prince Nawaf Ibn Faisal Ibn Fahd Ibn Abdulaziz, President-General of Youth Welfare Presidency, who is also Member of National Committee for Narcotic Control (NCNC), has commended Prince Naif Ibn Abdulaziz, the Second Deputy Premier and Minister of Interior Minister, who is also NCNC President, for his keenness and interest to activate all measures to protect the people from the scourge of narcotics.
The suspect admitted that the money with him was the profit of previous sales of narcotic pills that he committed before the arrest.
Narcotics account for nearly one quarter of all workers' comp prescription costs.
9) If substance abuse or addiction to a narcotic is suspected, encourage and assist the patient with referral to appropriate addiction professionals.
Potassium chloride and narcotics differ significantly.
Convention Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances, the INCB claims that all nations are obliged to enact laws that prohibit inciting or inducing people "by any means" to "use narcotic drugs or psychotropic substances illicitly.
With the exception of the 1913 Act, which seems at least partially attributable to the parallel federal movement, the manner in which narcotic regulation proceeded in Tennessee from 1897-1911 presents somewhat of a puzzle.
As for resulting mortality among patients 50 years or older, the frequently-prescribed narcotic meperidine hydrochloride (Demerol) was mentioned in only eight medical examiner reports -- indeed, less than one-fourth the number of aspirin-related reports.