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Print

Used in the context of general equities. As a verb execute a trade, evidenced by its printing on the ticker tape. As a noun, a trade.

Print

1. Informal; to execute an order by making a trade.

2. Informal; a trade.

In both cases, the term is most applicable when the trade appears on a ticker tape or is otherwise publicly recorded.

print

The appearance of securities transactions on the composite tape.
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Other features include drying systems customized for each user; intake and exhaust fans with variable-speed motors for adjustment of airflow of each print run; motorized dampers on air nozzles for individual regulation of airflow and temperature; web-temperature systems; and UV and EB systems for users who don't want to run solvent or water-based inks, or those who want to apply coatings.
A student choosing the print option on a computer is first presented with a dialog box that calculates the cost of the job and asks whether to proceed.
In addition, its value can be bundled into a "one-stop-shop" with the convenience of having all aspects of a print project--including printing, binding, packaging and shipping--available from one vendor.
In sum, Music and the Cultures of Print is a seminal book which expands our view of the study of printed music and will serve as an influential resource for future scholars.
The print shop of tomorrow must have total integration with automated manufacturing processes rather than a mix of craft and manufacturing as occurs today.
This article outlines the history and research that led to development of a workable method for developing identifiable latent prints on human skin.
And, Berger points out, print remains an even more viable alternative in some parts of the world than in the U.
As a result, UniPrint Server helps provide immediate productivity gains as users can now print to any available printer - in the office, at home, or at a remote site.
Flexographic and gravure printing presses include Heliostar line of rotogravure machines that can print in one to 10 colors, widths to 63 in.
That Cambridge University Press, The Pennsylvania State University Press, and the University of Massachusetts Press have recently dedicated series within their presses to studies in print culture and the history of the book is less an indication that a new discipline has emerged and these presses are now publishing work in the field than a change in marketing strategies that recognize the insufficiency of traditional categories of period and discipline to describe recent trends in academic scholarship.
Once experts classify lip patterns, they record them by noting the combinations of groove types found in each print.