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DOT

Designated Order Turnaround

A computerized order-entry system on the New York Stock Exchange that bypasses brokers and automatically executes orders at the best available price through a specialist on the trading floor. It is used predominantly for small and odd-lot orders. See also: SOES.

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The quantum dots are particles of several nanometers (one nanometer = 10-9 m) in diameter, which are formed by inorganic semiconductor substances.
Hiring outside consultants also makes sense when a special expertise is required that may not be readily available within the downsized DOT organization.
In some pieces, the dots seem to stand for unseen energy made visible--as in the line of them snaking toward a group of unaware hikers.
The Power Dot grabs the image of the dot and stores the URL data that it represents.
Saurat covered his canvases with colored dots to create the images he wanted to show.
Saying they supported vegetation control," but not the proposed two-inch rule as drafted by DOT staff, the industry representatives made a presentation of their own ideas for a more sweeping rule that would, in effect, allow clearcutting in front of all billboards-conforming and nonconforming (about 8,000 in all)-for a distance of 500 feet (approximately the length of two football fields) and including plants and trees up to a four inch trunk diameter.
They also unveiled the first evidence for multiple excitons from another type of quantum dot, made of lead sulfide.