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Used in the context of general equities. Conjunction that denotes trade execution /indication, usually during a pre-opening look. "Looks 6 on 6000 shares at opening." See: for/at.
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and she had to leave her paradise to wind yarn, wash the poodle, or read Belsham's Essays by the hour together.
He still believed that God might at any moment make himself manifest out of the winds or the clouds, but he no longer demanded such recog- nition.
She had just paused and was looking up at a long spray of ivy swinging in the wind when she saw a gleam of scarlet and heard a brilliant chirp, and there, on the top of the wall, forward perched Ben Weatherstaff's robin redbreast, tilting forward to look at her with his small head on one side.
There had been a wind all day; and it was rising then, with an extraordinary great sound.
Now then, let us see which way the wind is blowing.
The boat, carried forward by the wind, seemed to be flying in the air.
On their way home they sinned against Minerva, {52} who raised both wind and waves against them, so that all his brave companions perished, and he alone was carried hither by wind and tide.
One day, when a fearful storm raged far and wide, and the Spirits saw great billows rolling like heavy clouds above their heads, and heard the wild winds sounding far away, down through the foaming waves a little child came floating to their home; its eyes were closed as if in sleep, the long hair fell like sea-weed round its pale, cold face, and the little hands still clasped the shells they had been gathering on the beach, when the great waves swept it into the troubled sea.
To the west rose the Wind River Mountains, with their bleached and snowy summits towering into the clouds.
I had been some time at sea before I became aware of the fact that hearing plays a perceptible part in gauging the force of the wind.
Here the mountain ridge which divides Wind River from the head waters of the Columbia and Spanish Rivers, ends abruptly, and winding to the north of east, becomes the dividing barrier between a branch of the Big Horn and Cheyenne Rivers, and those head waters which flow into the Missouri below the Sioux country.
Wood and Water, Wind and Tree, Jungle-Favour go with thee!