BEACON


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BEACON

Boston Exchange Automated Communication Order-Routing Network

A computerized system allowing for the automatic execution of orders on any exchange in the United States at the consolidated market price.

BEACON

A Boston Stock Exchange computerized system for automatically executing orders for stocks listed on any of the U.S. securities exchanges. Executions are made based on the prices posted in the consolidated market. Also called Boston Exchange Automated Communications Order-Routing Network.
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3) Backcountry snowboarder Wendy Keller searches for buried avalanche beacon.
Joseph Beuys's vast stacks of felt and base metal hide out in Beacon at the back of the building like a lurking alchemical presence from the Old World; a separate Beuysian strain is represented by former students Imi Knoebel and Blinky Palermo (Beuys and Palermo were both original to early Dia).
Independently, two French astronomers, Renaud Foy and Antoine Labeyrie, described a similar laser beacon concept in a 1985 paper published in Astronomy and Astrophysics.
The panoramic city views from Beacon Tower will be phenomenal, but the view of the building will also be stunning," said Barry Citrin of Fisher Marantz Stone.