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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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TOP 10 WALES RANKINGS Meadow Brown (4,808 sightings); Gatekeeper (3,777); Ringlet (1,755); Large White (1,646); Small White (1,310); Small Tortoiseshell (1,296); Peacock (1,044); Red Admiral (974); Six-spot Burnet (965); Speckled Wood (731).
The adornment du jour revealed itself in the variety of gilt laurel leaves and ringlets of artificial flowers at nearly every accessories stand.
3) Repeat for the whole head then tease the ringlets as much or as little as you like to finish the look.
Dad David said: "Jason has had a little ringlet from birth which has never been cut.
Doesn't Christina Aguilera look cute with those new ringlet curls?
So dig out your orange ringlet wig and give it some diddleydiddleydiddley.
NPut hair into heated tongs or dry hair to get a ringlet effect.
The mountain ringlet butterfly, found in western Scotland and the Lake District, could also be wiped out.
Peacock, comma, speckled wood and ringlet butterflies had spread northwards due to climate change.
This way the curls will drop and then soften into a gentle wave instead of staying locked in a rigid ringlet.
So now that J-Lo has gone curly, maybe others will start to ringlet the changes.
All of the subdued brown butterflies, meadow brown, small brown and ringlet, have done better than usual and are joined this week by droves of wall butterflies.