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Right here

Used in the context of general equities. In-line, emphasizing that this is a customer inquiry that is ready to be executed and not distant on price. See: Tight.

Right Here

In equities, describing an order that is almost ready to be executed. An order is called "right here" especially when the client making the order asks when it will be filled. Right here means that the requested price has almost been reached. See also: In-line.
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Fame costs and right here's where they start payin'
OVER MOON: Megan Gamesby, above, and with partying colleagues, centre right HERE'S TO US: The James Cook intensive care team, left, and at work, with Megan centre below, after hearing they had won the Gazette's Party of a Lifetime
Instead of going, "Right here's where we should just speed blast 'em and rip their faces off," they'd say, "No, this is where we should repeat the chorus two more times and keep our catchiness so the big labels will sign us." That's not how to satisfy your personal artistic cravings.
- we ask 'what does it need, right here, right now?' - a lot of these songs are built from the bottom up, we like to have each song having its own character.
"I've always believed in doing my spending right here in town."
The temperature inside was hotting up as the crowd danced the night away to favourites Bongoloid, Right Here's The Spot and Romeo.
"Once you get into shipping price-sensitive items larger than a cubic foot from Asia or Europe, it becomes more cost-effective to build them right here in the country.
Aye, right Here's the ultimate nightmare scenario: a geeky surgeon snapping on the Marigolds, saying: "Ready for your vasectomy, Mr Nayluck?
But as the dance instructor in Fame used to say: 'Right here's where you start paying.'
When he felt this sharp pain he hollered to Cliff to stop and thank God for Cliffs quick reactions or it would have been worse than you see right here. And now he's supposed to go turkey hunting this weekend?
"What with the shortages in the nursing field and the high standards we pro mote, initiating a class right here was a good solution to finding well trained workers to provide the basic hands-on care," says Pam Lane, RN, and WCR's trainer/program designer.