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ACES

Advance Computerized Execution System

On NASDAQ, an electronic system allowing the automatic execution of orders between clients and market makers. Only clients and market makers that already have a relationship with each other use the ACES.
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Like radar, Ace zeroes in on her, saying, "That's quite a wrap you're wearing.
Small schools often don't have the resources to purchase software and hardware -- or hire in-house staff -- to easily perform their essential student-management and business-related functions," said Mike Uhrin, ACE president, who founded the company in 1977 after a 16-year career as a school administrator.
We've already met Ace; he has retrieved a kidnapped dog for a gorgeous female client who offers Ace sexual favors as an expression of gratitude in a tongue-in-cheek (no pun intended) opening episode.
In 1998, ACE approached the ISO C Working Group with the proposal to make its DSP-C an approved extension to the C Programming language standard.
As a result of a basic generation service (BGS) auction in New Jersey this past February, ACE procured 1,900 MW of capacity (or approximately 80% of its projected load) from four separate suppliers at a price of 5.
In keeping with its commitment to provide a complete solution to compiler developers, ACE Associated Compiler Experts bv announced today that it will offer its DWARF extensions for DSP-C debugging to the public free of charge.
Dennis has overseen the growth and development of ACE USA's insurance operations, which has included assisting with the integration of ACE USA (formerly Westchester Specialty Group) and the US property casualty business we acquired from CIGNA Corporation in 1999," said Mr.
All ACE products -- from write-up, workpapers, audit, time and billing and even electronic forms -- have been designed to talk to one another and share data.