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Cage

A section of a brokerage firm used for receiving and disbursing funds.

Cage

A department at a brokerage responsible for receiving and distributing funds, as well as maintaining records. The cage enables the rest of the brokerage to function, especially by keeping records of dividends and other payouts and receiving payments from clients. It is more formally called the cashier's department.

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The grains are partially caveate, the cavea is of medium depth, spanned by thread-like columellae.
cuiprimum digitum dare appetenti/ et acris solet incitare morsus) aqui se ha consumado (Mecumque ex cavea libens iocari,/ At parvo digitos fricare rostro).
Trench 12C was on the upper levels of the cavea, the underground cells where wild animals were confined before entering combat on stage, and indicates that there were significant buildings constructed on the top of Fabrika hill after the theatre was no longer in use for performance.
Majorca for pounds 68pp: Make your way to Cas Concos this October half-term for a week at the four-bedroom farmhouse Finca Sa Cavea and save pounds 180 when eight share.
The caver became caught in a crevice in Pollprughlish Cavea in Co Fermanagh, close to the Marble Arch Caves outside Enniskillen.
With a wide selection of traditional farmhouses and character cottages, offers for the week commencing October 27, 2007 include: Ca'n Cavea - reduced to pounds 357 (save pounds 236) which equates to under pounds 45 per person, per week for a four bedroom, three bathroom property with private pool.
b) clupea > *clopya > choipa; cavea > cavya > gaiva.
It was called Vintage Antique & Interiors and it seemed an Aladdin''s Cavea for a collector like myself.