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Finish

Used in the context of general equities. See: Fill.

Finish

To fill an order. That is, once a broker finishes an order, he executes it according the conditions set forth by the client.
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I achieved my number one goal that day: I crossed the finish line, whether or not it was official.
5 micro-inches for a highly polished mirror finish for optical-grade products, up to Ra 50 or 60 micro-inches for satin-finished products, or possibly as much as Ra 300 micro-inches for embossed or coarsely textured products.
Highland of Palmdale junior Jeremy Acosta (15th, 15:36) was the only other local runner to finish in the top 20 in the Div.
In many cases, the preferred parting-line location for a given neck finish might be at the support ledge, which would make it impossible to change the neck finish in the future unless the height and support-ledge diameter match (fig.
I don't know what would feel better - to win or just to finish,'' Hilson said.
Two years ago, the company took on a project that led it to achieve its first smooth, high-gloss finish with a waterborne paint.
Flacks didn't match her 2005 finish, when she finished 25th to earn All- American honors, but made a strong push over the final half of the multi- loop course over bumpy grass.
In anticipation of a surface finish problem, Durametal decided to run current green sand patterns in alloys other than hi-hard to see results without altering patterns.
Johnson finished second in the race, his third straight runner-up finish, and leads the Chase for the Championship, holding a 63-point edge over Matt Kenseth with onerace to go, Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Surface finish, shakeout (for certain alloys), sand consumption reduction for larger cores and handling strength make the shell process attractive.