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Ring

A place on an exchange assigned for the trading of certain commodities, futures, or options. It is also called a pit or a trading pit.

ring

See pit.
References in classic literature ?
But time went on, and he heard nothing about the ring.
And he returned D'Artagnan the ring without, however, ceasing to look at it.
The one in the middle held a mussel in its mouth, which it laid on the shore at the youth's feet, and when he had taken it up and opened it, there lay the gold ring in the shell.
So Sir Richard got down from his horse and went with the others to the bench raised beside the ring.
I take them to be roars of joy because Mary is his, and they have a ring of youth about them that is hard to bear.
I've pawned her ring, and I've bought the bread and butter and eggs, and I've taken care of the change.
The dressing-room she had left abutted upon one corner of the ring.
He had no idea she would do it, and was much surprised when she took the dear rings from her ears, with a quick gesture, and held them out to him, saying, in a tone that made the colour come up to his brown cheek, it was so full of sweet good will
and at a third ring he screamed in a fury, "Hippikaloric
It was a pretty thrust, clean and sure; and there was much applause, and many of the common people threw their hats into the ring.
Now the shepherds met together, according to custom, that they might send their monthly report about the flocks to the king; into their assembly he came having the ring on his finger, and as he was sitting among them he chanced to turn the collet of the ring inside his hand, when instantly he became invisible to the rest of the company and they began to speak of him as if he were no longer present.
And the applause grew to a roar when Pinocchio, the famous Donkey, appeared in the circus ring.