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Bolt

Used for listed equity securities. Block trading version of COLT.

Bolt

A computerized order-entry system that sends buy or sell orders for block, over-the-counter trades. It is used to automatically execute orders, and allow users to monitor their positions. It operates much like the continuous on-line trading system, but only for block trades.
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Gary Ballance was bowled by some fantastic Boult swing, and just before the close Ben Stokes was caught at second slip off the left-armer - after Joe Root edged a good one from Southee behind for a rare failure.
And it got even worse when Ben Stokes was caught by Craig at second slip off Boult - as England ended the day on 253-5.
Williamson, who finished unbeaten on 45, praised Boult, who was chosen as the man-of-the-match following his first five-wicket haul in a one-day international after Australia had threatened to take the game away from the New Zealanders.
TRENT BOULT and Tim Southee were the chief destroyers as New Zealand closed in on victory on day three of the second Test against West Indies in Wellington.
At the ACI Annual Congress and Exhibition 2013, held in Istanbul, Turkey, the airport's CEO Jim Boult told the audience how CHC managed the enormous influx of passengers and emergency services during the Canterbury earthquakes.
Scrutiny Trent Boult removed both men during a superb spell of three wickets in 13 deliveries with the second new ball but, just as the tourists threatened to steal the momentum, a late counter-attack from Matt Prior (38no) lifted the batting side again.
Bowling: Boult 17-3-57-2, Southee 19-3-65-1, Bracewell 18-6-51-0, Martin 19-4-97-1, Williamson 8-1-29-0.
Cpl Christian Boult spent an hour a night in a dimly lit tent in his current base at Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, to create his depiction of the iconic photograph which celebrates the US victory in the battle of Iwo Jima in 1945.
Well, maybe Sir Thomas Beecham or Sir Adrian Boult, but close enough.
John Boult, 53, lost control of his Land Rover and crossed into the opposite lane before fatally colliding with John Bracewell's car.
Boult, an adjunct professor and educational consultant, details ways that schools and teachers can involve parents in their children's education.