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Bookout

To close a position on an over-the-counter derivative, especially a swap. One may bookout by selling a long position, buying a short position, or simply paying the market value of the derivative to the other party of the transaction.
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Mike Beebe, current and former members of the Arkansas Legislature and UAMS officials joined Bookout's family on March 25 for the unveiling of a sculpture dedicated to Bookout's memory.
However, with all the excitement, the potential regulatory and legal issues surrounding these products create both uncertainty and also business risk," Bookout said.
Mosely, Reinke, and Bookout (2002) evaluated how PCs participation in a three-day outdoor environmental education program influenced attitudes toward self-efficacy.
"The wider Panama Canal provides our gateway with expanded capacity to global markets, particularly in Europe, the Mediterranean and South America," says Bari Bookout, the NWSA's chief commercial officer for non-container.
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[51] Bookout, A.L., Jeong, Y., Downes, M., YU, R.T., Evans, R.M.
Nelson's ex-wife, Keali Bookout, testified that she hopes her former husband will be available to teach their now-5-year-old son "right from wrong."
It is of note that PPAR[delta] was highly expressed in thyroid cells unlike other PPAR genes such as PPAR[alpha] and PPAR[gamma] (Bookout et al., 2006).
This is despite her co-stars, Amber Portwood, Catelynn Lowell and Maci Bookout, telling producers that they didn't want her to return.
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