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Cheapest to Deliver

The individual units of an underlying asset that would be least expensive for the seller of a futures contract to deliver to the buyer. Some derivatives specify the quality of product that the seller must deliver. If there is no specification, the seller has the right to deliver any quality and still fulfill the requirements of the contract. In such a case, the rational seller will always deliver the CTD. This may be a product of lower quality, and the price of such a futures contract will reflect this.
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Our study was not designed to assess the overall prevalence of NSIP in patients with CTD but, rather, to evaluate the presence of the NSIP-P in the setting of UIP.
The company will analyze how workers are trained to perform a job and make recommendations on how that training can be modified to avoid CTD problems.
The CTD said further investigation was in progress.
A statement by the CTD said that the militants were involved in 2015 terrorist attack in which three security personnel were martyred and another three injured.
In their petition, the female candidates said that the CTD Punjab had advertised 1,500 posts of corporals in 2013.
The petition further stated that the citizens were physically remanded by the CTD officials without being presented before a court.
The terrorists opened fire as they spotted the police and Rangers approaching to them and as a result three terrorists were killed in a retaliatory firing on the spot while two Rangers' personal and one CTD official sustained injuries in exchange of fire with the terrorists.
The CTD also recovered explosive material, detonators, and arms from their possession.
The CTD on information provided by an under custody accused conducted operation at Charsadda Road in the provincial capital Peshawar.
CTD will be the first publicly available database to a) provide annotated associations among genes, proteins, references, and toxic agents, with a focus on annotating data from aquatic and mammalian organisms; b) include nucleotide and protein sequences from diverse species; c) offer a range of analysis tools for customized comparative studies; and d) provide information to investigators on available molecular reagents.
CTD scholarship programs are described, as are scholarships in general and how to find them.