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Lock

Used in the context of general equities. Make a market both ways (bid andoffer) either on the bid, offering, or an in-between price only. Locking on the offering occurs to attract a seller, since the trader is willing to pay (and ask) the offering side when others only ask it. Locking on the bid side attracts buyers for similar reasons. Typically, the sell side requires a plus tick to comply with short sale rules.
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Carly is determined to find out the identity of the person who sent her the SOS message while she was locked away in the facility.
Goss, who later led the CIA, told "60 Minutes" he saw no reason then, or now, for the material to be locked away. Goss and Graham met with the FBI director to try to sway him, but had no luck.
Shortly, housemates, some of you will be locked away, too.
DAMASCUS: Around 15,000 antiquities locked away in safes around the northwestern Syrian city of Idlib are at risk of being sold on the black market, the head of antiquities and museums Maamoun Abdel-Karim told Reuters Friday.
His wife Josephine, mentally unstable and locked away in their grand home, is hysterical.
Now I make sure liquitabs are locked away and tell everyone to do the same."
The Oxford team tested the idea that, as C[O.sub.2] warms the planet, the reactions involved in chemical weathering speed up, causing more C[O.sub.2] to be "locked away", until, if C[O.sub.2] emissions decline, the climate begins to cool again.
A former worker at the California ranch claimed that the King of Pop would put up a Do Not Disturb sign and was locked away for days, with the doors and windows shut.
The Sharjah Police have urged people to ensure that their homes are securely locked if unattended, adding that valuables inside should be locked away, out of sight.
Summary: A filthy oil painting locked away in a museum in the northeast of England was ...
"I urge people to make sure personal property such as mobile phones, purses, wallets and iPods are kept close to them at all times or ensure they are locked away somewhere secure.
ENGLAND captain Chris Robshaw is anxious that his players never get locked away from the public, despite the growing danger of becoming embroiled in unsavoury incidents.