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Type

The classification of an option contract as either a put or a call.

Type

One of two kinds of option contract. In other words, a type is either a call or a put.
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The click of the typewriter stopped; the girl was looking at the secretary, who had turned white.
I think of writing another little monograph some of these days on the typewriter and its relation to crime.
she asked, and her fingers played nervously over the stops of her typewriter.
She heard the typewriter and formal professional voices inside, not belonging, she thought, to any one she had ever spoken to.
It must have been a first model in the year one of the typewriter era.
This time the Captain went down, bearing the typewriter under him as he crashed to the floor.
This went on for three days, and then she settled down to write the result with the Man of Wrath's typewriter, borrowed whenever her notes for any chapter have reached the state of ripeness necessary for the process she describes as "throwing into form.
She carried a typewriter made to be lugged around by a much larger lady.
In the front seat were a man and woman; in the rear seat a Japanese was squeezed in among suit cases, rods, guns, saddles, and a typewriter case, while above him and all about him, fastened most intricately, sprouted a prodigious crop of deer- and elk-horns.
As for the poor office employees, they did their best, moved to it by terror; thirty of them had been "fired" in a bunch that first morning for refusing to serve, besides a number of women clerks and typewriters who had declined to act as waitresses.
And mess with typewriters and latch-keys," exploded Mrs.
When our merchant marine shall ply the great Pellucidarian seas, and cargoes of silks and typewriters and books shall forge their ways where only hideous saurians have held sway since time began