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Runoff

Used for listed equity securities. Series of trades printed on the ticker tape that occur on the NYSE before 4:00 p.m., but are not reported until afterwards due to heavy trading that makes the tape late.

Runoff

A situation on the NYSE in which a trade is not reported on a ticker tape until after the end of the trading day because trading volume is so heavy for a security that the ticker quotes are delayed by a significant amount of time. This was fairly common before electronic tickers were used, but has become largely a non-issue because electronic tickers announce prices in real time. See also: Tape is Late.
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Plus, both Democrats and Republicans decry any system that would leave minor parties out of the runoff.
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The argument is that blacks can capitalize on black constituencies to do well in an initial primary but that they have a difficult time in runoffs because they cannot overcome racial voting.
Tarrant County Tax Assessor-Collector Ron Wright and Navy veteran Jake Ellzey will proceed to the GOP runoff in this Dallas-Fort Worth-area seat that encompasses both urban and rural areas.
Runoffs also are frequently used in nonpartisan elections because, like primaries, they tend to draw more than two candidates.
We can conclude from the above relationship that for plots with similar surface characteristics, plot size has a dominant effect on the measured runoff depth.
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