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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.
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The researchers found that, as predicted, the number of attacks on the ringed replicas gradually rose with higher altitude or more northerly location.
Composed in 1979-80 and dedicated to Olivier Messiaen, Ringed by the Flat Horizon was first performed on 5 March 1980 by the Cambridge University Musical Society (for which it was written) under the direction of Mark Elder (for a full report, see Brigitte Schiffer, "George Benjamin's 'Ringed by the Flat Horizon,'" Tempo no.
10 ( ANI ): Hrithik Roshan has ringed in his 44th birthday, but before the fans plan something for the star, it is he who has a special surprise for the audience and fans.
The bird was one of the four chicks we ringed in July 2015 JOHN LUSBY BIRDWATCH IRELAND OWL EXPERT
21,000 pied flycatchers, with birds ringed in the region being recovered in the Canary Islands, Morocco and Nigeria.
Key words: ringed seal; satellite telemetry; Amundsen Gulf; Prince Albert Sound; Beaufort Sea; sea ice; diving; foraging
Up to five Surf Scoters are still among thousands of Common Scoters off Pensarn, where a colour-ringed Mediterranean Gull was seen: it was ringed as a chick near Calais in 2010.
Please provide a grid reference, date, approximate size of flock and if any ringed birds were seen.
The sole surviving chick on the other nest at Kielder has been christened Olympia and also been ringed.
An individual bird seen at Pensarn this March had been ringed previously in the central Highlands, showing the extent of their winter distribution.
The roof canopy will be ringed with the familiar frieze similar to the original stadium constructed in 1923.