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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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A MAN has won his weight in lager after running rings around the competition in a bizarre onion-eating challenge.
Unfortunately their record is very poor - just after the shambles in Anglesey (which had to be taken over by the Assembly) we hear of senior officers in Caerphilly running rings around the elected councillors who allowed them enormous salary increases while freezing the pay of the rank-and-file council workers.
Bale scored a sublime hat-trick in the San Siro in October before coming back to haunt the European champions the following month by running rings around Brazil right-back Maicon to inspire Spurs to a 3-1 win at White Hart Lane.
We can now look forward to Tesco and Asda running rings around the council.
In Europe French President Nicolas Sarkozy (pictured) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are really rubbing their hands in glee at the way they are running rings around Brown and the Cheshire Cat, who thought he had the president's job in the bag.
However, it was not all bad news for Penydarren as their main threat Calum Williams was named player of the tournament after he made some tenacious runs up front, running rings around Landore's defence.
The big man, he's 30-stone, with the big voice turned out to have an even bigger personality, running rings around the journo probing him despite having been confined to a wheelchair because of his weight.
South Africa had no answer to him and he looked as comfortable running rings around the world champions as he does against the best Europe has to offer.