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Partial

Used in the context of general equities. Trade whose size is only part of the total customer indication/order, usually made to avoid a compromise in price and also to get some business instead of losing the customers inquiry/order to a competitor.

Partial

Informal; a trade in which a broker only executes part of a client's order. The broker makes a partial execution based on the counter-orders currently available. Some client orders, such as all-or-none orders, preclude partial execution.
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Both central and peripheral chemoreceptors do not respond to partial pressures of oxygen above 200 mmHg.
2 ave Table 5: value of difference average of negative partial pressure of flow-in condition of installing deflector and closed aerator- relative to deflector with angle [phi] = 9 deg (in percent) [theta]:Deflector [y.
0], the radiators partial pressure p, the Boltzmann constant [k.
Some factors affecting these dissolution and precipitation processes have been investigated; this include pH, partial pressure of carbon dioxide, temperature etc.
Everyone becomes hypoxic to some degree when exposed to decreased partial pressures of oxygen at altitude.
H2,perm]] = the partial pressures of hydrogen on the retentate and permeate sides of the membrane, respectively (pascals)
Moreover, forest ecosystems have an impact on the temperature and climate conditions at the planetary scale while influencing the global hydrological cycle and thus the level of the partial pressure of the other strong greenhouse gas: water vapor.
The kinetic parameters in models were evaluated for the wet oxidation of debarking water in the temperature range of 130-200[degrees]C and oxygen partial pressure of 1.
Physiological changes occurring at high altitude are mainly due to decreased atmospheric pressure leading to hypoxia (deprivation of adequate oxygen supply) and hypoxemia (decreased partial pressure of oxygen in blood).
However, Federal Aviation Administration requirements specify that the partial pressure in an aircraft should not be less than the partial pressure at an altitude of 2 540 m.

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