Rings


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Rings

Trading arenas located on the floor of an exchange in which traders execute orders. Sometimes called a pit.

Ring

A place on an exchange assigned for the trading of certain commodities, futures, or options. It is also called a pit or a trading pit.
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When you marry me, I will give you this ring as a marriage gift, and it will make you the happiest of mortal men.
If I put the ring upon the little finger of my left hand, then I can fly like a bird through the air wherever I wish to go.
D'Artagnan took off the ring, giving it again to Athos.
He took back the ring, but put it in his pocket and not on his finger.
So Sir Richard got down from his horse and went with the others to the bench raised beside the ring.
Now there had been great doings that morning, for a certain yeoman named Egbert, who came from Stoke over in Staffordshire, had thrown with ease all those that came against him; but a man of Denby, well known through all the countryside as William of the Scar, had been biding his time with the Stoke man; so, when Egbert had thrown everyone else, stout William leaped into the ring.
Yes," said John Harned, "against five bulls, and the man, like the bulls, never in the bull ring before--a man like yourself, Senor Crevallos.
I would that he had a fighting chance," said John Harned, facing the ring to see the second bull come in.
It's this as has brought me, good gentlemen," she said, dropping another curtsey; "a gold wedding ring in the Brixton Road.
The mere fact that the ring should be absent, whoever may have removed it, would suggest to anyone's mind, would it not, that the marriage and the tragedy were connected?
So he was led out to the sea, and a gold ring was thrown into it, before his eyes; then the king ordered him to fetch this ring up from the bottom of the sea, and added: 'If you come up again without it you will be thrown in again and again until you perish amid the waves.
The dressing-room she had left abutted upon one corner of the ring.