Comeout


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Comeout

In the context of general equities, the opening. Antithesis of the close.

Opening

1. The beginning of a trading session on an exchange.

2. The first price of a security at the beginning of a trading day. In this sense, the opening is also called the opening price.
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"In my opinion Joe is the greatest fighter to comeout of Britain.
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He said: 'I made the decision to comeout but if you leave your line and you don't get it then you get punished.'
This is an age of false teachers and consequently, false teaching, when professor and minister are battering away at the Word of God, seeking to undermine the very foundation of the Christian religion." She was concerned about her young nephew's faith and future service: "(M)any a young one has entered College with the definite purpose of being fitted for service in the Mission Field or the ministry in the home land but has comeout of the College with his faith shattered in the Word of God and of course he never reaches the Mission Field." (17) His father discussed the issue of Stanley's education with his minister and some other male friends.
In his first novel, Boys and Girls ComeOut to Play (1949; U.S.