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Seat

Position of membership on a securities or commodity exchange, bought and sold at market prices.

Seat

An individual or firm's right to trade on an exchange floor. Seats are bought and sold according to an individual's or firm's needs and desires, and they can be very expensive. Most exchanges have a set number of seats; for example, on the New York Stock Exchange there are 1366 seats, which may cost up to $1 million each. Most exchanges only recognize individual members; member firms are usually informal terms for broker-dealer firms that have at least one principal officer with a seat on an exchange. A seat is also called a membership.

seat

Membership on an organized securities exchange. Because the number of seats on an exchange is generally fixed, membership may be acquired only by purchasing a seat from an existing owner at a negotiated or an offered price.
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In addition to requiring that workers wear seat belts, the study noted that employers can take a number of steps to improve safety on the road, such as educating drivers on ways to avoid distracted and drowsy driving.
Omar Moosa Hassan Ashoor of Al Rashidiya Police Station said they are seeing too many instances of parents not insisting on seat belts.
This is expected to positively affect the airbag and Seat Belt market.
Keefe, D-Worcester, would give school districts two years to have seat belts and shoulder straps on all school buses.
When seat belts are strapped properly, they help in maintaining better stability in your seat while driving at slow, cruising or high speeds.
SAFETY: Seat belts have now been an essential for 30 years
1b, is designed to coupling the seat belt that fixes to seat the occupant of the vehicle in order to limit its movement during a shock, and thus, during a strong deceleration, the occupant of a vehicle in motion is not projected in the moving direction as result of the accumulated kinetic energy.
They told me that since the bus in question had seat belts, it wasn't down to them to state what kind of seat belts were used, provided that they were adjustable.
Why do you think more people are wearing seat belts today?
This is the prediction of the Department for Transport following an analysis of thousands of accidents involving children who are killed or injured when using adult seat belts.
Under-35s are far more likely to risk their lives by not wearing a seat belt than older motorists.
One study found that 92% of mothers who got some prenatal education about seat belt use later reported using seat belts, and 83% could describe proper seat belt placement.