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Axe

In bonds, an interest an investor has in buying or selling a given bond. A broker may match axes together to determine whether a trade can be executed. See also: Order.
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It's certainly an axe-cellent stress buster, especially for those with an axe to grind.
Middleton said he never held the axe or hit Mr Denton with it.
The tradition of Battle Axe day goes back to when the Battery helped in the capture of Martinique in 1809 from the French.
The AXE Face range is available for a suggested retail price range of $4.
Wayne Allyn Root, chief executive of Strike Axe, said that his company expected this purchase to play a central part in the achievement of its global ambitions.
The museum found the decorated axe was from the Mesopotamian city-state of Ur, presently the site of the city Tell al-Mukayyar in southern Iraq.
Today, the axe is a potent symbol within the regiment, and is entrusted to one particularly distinguished soldier before each foreign tour of duty.
Axe Hair's five shampoos and conditioner are designed to solve these problems to give men soft, touchable hair.
Pete Carol of axe importers ProAdventure of Llangollen
Axe pattern refers to the shape and type of cutting edge.
At least some axes of this group are decorated similarly with the Eesnurga axe.
Over time, the crude but effective hand axe was replaced by a lighter version, still made of chipped stone but mounted on a wooden handle.