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Used in the context of general equities. Conjunction that denotes trade execution /indication, usually during a pre-opening look. "Looks 6 on 6000 shares at opening." See: for/at.
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| Meols Developed around Birkenhead Road and Shaws Drive, the name is from Old Norse and means sandhills, or the sand dune.
Using insights from Old Norse and other Germanic languages and from theoretical linguistics, I argue that the meanings of the word unfaege and its cognates as well as the word's prenominal position suggest a relationship between being brave and being an unfaegene eorl.
Critique: In "The Last Conference: A Pragmatist Saga", author Arild Pedersen clearly draws upon his many years of experience and expertise as a professor of philosophy at the University of Oslo (Norway) and his familiarity with old Norse saga traditions to craft a complex and engaging novel set in contemporary times.
This is a formal and functional study of the three distinct meters of Old Norse eddic poetry.
Chapter 6 "Old Norse religion" considers the relevance of a shamanistic cultural analysis of the archaeological material and highlights some of the changes in the visual arts that coincide with the Christianization of the region.
Firstly, it seeks to address the question of whether the Orkney or Shetland system shows any sign of being a relict of Old Norse grammar, which has a fully developed gender morphology in nouns and adjectives.
In Wirral, Meols was originally melr, meaning sandbank, while the name West Kirby comes from kirkja-byr, old Norse for "settlement with the church".
The second aler is the verb haler and is derived from Old Norse. Although hala is only sparsely attested in the Norse written record, it could well have been a preferred term in the Old Danish carried to the future Normandy.
"I think it's going to be [in] English - the English that would have been spoken back then - and Old Norse. Whatever the ninth century had to offer.
Duane Reade is featuring all seven Vaska (vaska is Old Norse for "wash") laundry SKUs, including a nonchlorine fabric softener and spot remover, all of which are biodegradable, hypoallergenic and gray water safe.