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Used for listed equity securities. See: Picture.

Look

1. In equities, the price at which a dealer or broker is willing to buy or sell a security. See also: Bid-ask spread.

2. See: Quote.

look

A price and size quotation for a security. For example, a floor broker may ask for a look at General Motors.
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The film makes her a swashbuckling proto-feminist, standing up to a prejudiced society where being a ship's captain is "no job for a lady" -- a tiresomely trendy take and indeed a half-baked one, since she quickly settles into standard adventure heroics once she goes through the looking-glass.
This color-illustrated work presents the complete texts of Lewis CarrollAEs AliceAEs Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There, as well as another work by Carroll called The Wasp in a Wig.
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So they withdrew into the looking-glass world from which they could pronounce judgment on both the story and themselves.
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Like his audiences, Foreman's characters often find themselves puzzling over their purposes, trapped in sinister, looking-glass worlds where meaning and language careen like atoms gone berserk.