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Used in the context of general equities. Conjunction that denotes trade execution /indication, usually during a pre-opening look. "Looks 6 on 6000 shares at opening." See: for/at.
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Two of the gun-crew went down; the other trained their piece at the water-line of the oncoming tug.
Then trust in the winds without care, and haul your swift ship down to the sea and put all the freight no board; but make all haste you can to return home again and do not wait till the time of the new wine and autumn rain and oncoming storms with the fierce gales of Notus who accompanies the heavy autumn rain of Zeus and stirs up the sea and makes the deep dangerous.
With powerful strokes we swam out in the path of the oncoming launch.
Even Balatta joined the others in flight, and, ere they returned, his senses already reeling from the oncoming fever-attack, Bassett had regained possession of the gun.
Nevertheless at the Devil Tavern he collected about him a circle of younger admirers, some of them among the oncoming poets, who were proud to be known as 'Sons of Ben,' and who largely accepted as authoritative his opinions on literary matters.
She glanced through these articles, a line here and a line there--no more was necessary to catch beyond doubt the murmur of the oncoming flood.
She saw the flashing swiftness of the huge, oncoming death, and then she saw something else.
So engrossed was he in his toil that he did not notice the long twilight of oncoming night.
We lay in the midst of an unearthly quiet, while all about us were signs and omens of oncoming sound and movement.
But the horror was transient; it passed away before the oncoming warehouses of St.
According to the preliminary version, the traffic accident was caused by the minivan driver, who crossed into the oncoming lane and collided with the heavy truck, the Interior Ministry's press service said.
When driving on rural roads at night, it is good practice to drive well out from the edge of the road, only moving to the left when oncoming vehicles, or the possibility of oncoming vehicles, requires it.