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Layup

Used in the context of general equities. Easily executed trade or order. See: Lead pipe.

Layup

Informal; an order to a broker that can be executed easily. Layups are made on highly liquid securities at a reasonable price. A layup is also called a lead pipe.
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Castro, meanwhile, turned the ball over to set up Ross for the solo layup that gave San Miguel Beer a 126-122 lead, 15 seconds remaining.
Santos, however, answered with a three followed by a layup after Chris Ross stripped a driving Robert Bolick.
After A&M got the ball on the tipoff, Connor Heaton had the ball stolen, but Connor Hutchins took it back and fed it to Jacob Paradee who missed the layup, but Austin Sloan got the offensive board and put the ball up and in as the Raiders drew first blood, 2-0.
Whilst their volume of RORO vessels handled had increased by 136%, the multi services provided by the port has pushedits activities, which were previously centered around RORO and passenger ship operations, to bulk, break-bulk, ship supply services, repairs and layups.
However, it appeared that James made contact with Oladipo's layup attempt after it hit the backboard as the latter was convinced it was an illegal block which should have given the Pacers a two-point lead.
The earlier (first generation) Automated Ply Inspection (API) system consists of hardware and software designed to operate in a secondary inspection step after layup, mimicking todays human inspection process.
Springfield's lead was down to nine at the start of the fourth quarter, and a layup by Nick Mason with 18 seconds left cut the deficit to 57-51.
Freshman Maggie McCarthy (14 points) made several steals and layups. Right before the buzzer, Ouimette buried a 3-pointer from the right wing, her 13th point of the game.
Note: If X2 is playing behind 2, the inbounder (3) can immediately hit 2 for the layup.
To help ensure a consistent manufacturing process and eliminate, as much as possible, the problems associated with hand layup, Hinckley, in 1996, became one of the first licensees of the Seemann Composites Resin Infusion Molding Process (SCRIMP), developed by SCRIMP TPI Technology of Warren, RI.
The first player begins by shooting a layup at the first spot.
Manufacturing' small complex resin-composite parts with concave and other asymmetrical configurations is a tricky process that often requires costly hand layup techniques.