OARS


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Opening Automated Reporting Service

A computerized system on an exchange that allows specialists to detect order imbalances before the opening of the exchange. That is, OARS lets specialists know how many extra buy or sell orders exist for a given security. This helps in determining the opening price.

OARS

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He spat in his hands, and took a better grip on his oar. The captain of the brig lowered his rigid arm slowly, and looked at our faces in a solemnly conscious silence, which called upon us to share in his simple-minded, marvelling awe.
With new resolution, Maggie seized her oar, and stood up again to paddle; but the now ebbing tide added to the swiftness of the river, and she was carried along beyond the bridge.
"A splashing of oars, a measured dip reverberating on the level of water, intensified by the silence of the shore into loud claps, made me jump up.
It darted down like an arrow of fire, shot under, and instantly leaping up within an oar's- length of the boats, floated quietly, very black on the luminous sea.
I had no mast or sail in mine, but I made a mast out of a spare oar and hoisted a boat-awning for a sail, with a boat-hook for a yard.
I have the feel of the oar in my hand, the vision of a scorching blue sea in my eyes.
So by dint of punching and kicking I started one of my men into a state of somnambulism, and giving him an oar, took another and pulled towards the lights of the steamer.
[USPRwire, Thu Aug 29 2019] Rowing Oars Market Overview The rise in the number of people joining rowing clubs is expected to increase the demand for rowing oars globally.
[ClickPress, Thu Aug 29 2019] Rowing Oars Market Overview The rise in the number of people joining rowing clubs is expected to increase the demand for rowing oars globally.
It is evident from Table 3 that the most Asian OARs are in English language with 506 repositories, followed by 219 Japanese repositories, 106 Chinese ones, and least is the repositories in Malay and Russian languages with 12 each.
He'd spent his youth in a rowboat and knew exactly how to work the oars. As we silently crept closer to Slagle Ditch, I had no clue as a 12-year-old that decades later I'd be retracing this trip in the pages of Florida Sportsman.
Their oars weren't strong enough and they weren't wearing lifejackets.