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Suitable

Describing a strategy or trading philosophy in which the investor is operating in accordance with his(her) financial means and investment objectives.

Suitability

The legal requirement than an investment adviser, broker, or other party act in a way most likely to fit a client's investment goals. See also: Fiduciary responsibility.
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And nobody but Miss Cornelia could have looked dignified and suitably garbed in it.
What kind of return would that be which would be comprised in our permitting their nephew, their only relative, whom they regard as a son, and for whom it would be mere childishness to suppose they have not formed plans suitably adapted to the education he has had, and the fortune he will inherit--in our permitting him to marry a portionless girl: so closely connected with us, that the irresistible inference must be, that he was entrapped by a plot; that it was a deliberate scheme, and a speculation amongst us three?
His brows drew in slightly with the mental effort of suitably phrasing thoughts which he had never before put into speech.
But then I hold that knowing itself consists of such constituents suitably related, and that in being aware of them we are sometimes being aware of instances of knowing.
1) Can we observe anything about ourselves which we cannot observe about other people, or is everything we can observe PUBLIC, in the sense that another could also observe it if suitably placed?
And from a queer association of ideas, because in his imagination the idea of Sviazhsky's sister-in-law was connected with marriage, it occurred to him that there was no one to whom he could more suitably speak of his happiness, and he was very glad to go and see them.
I should, therefore, have tarried some hundreds of miles more to the eastward, were it not for the inward propensity that I feel to have the beast in question inspected and suitably described and classed.
This also was the thing which, of all circumstances of life, was the most my aversion, who had been all my days used to an active life; and I would often say to myself, "A state of idleness is the very dregs of life;" and, indeed, I thought I was much more suitably employed when I was twenty-six days making a deal board.
But further questions would have been too intrusive, even if he could have framed them suitably, and he was obliged to carry baby away again to an expectant mother.
Just as y the chaps suitably ru and outdo woods, ho and basil.
Note: Material Must Be Suitably Packed To Avide Damage During Trabsit & Storing In Bhel Bhopal.
To suit the client's specific needs, the 2015 GMC Yukon XL has been suitably customised and fitted without comproA[degrees] mising on the brand's signature features and capabilities.