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COLT (Continuous on-line trading system)

Computerized OTC traders assistance system that provides for trade entry and position monitoring, among other functions.

Continuous Online Trading System

A computerized order-entry system that sends buy or sell orders for over-the-counter trades. It is used to automatically execute orders, and allow users to monitor their positions.
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Prior to Samuel Colt, gun ownership was not widespread.
[and] Middle Age Crusaders." Significantly, Hank Morgan, the protagonist of A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, like Samuel Colt originates from Hartford and was employed in other occupations before he moved "over to the great arms factory and learn[ed] [his] real trade; learned all there was to it; learned to make everything: guns, revolvers, cannon, boilers, engines, all sorts of labor-saving machinery." (21) Hank becomes known as "The Boss" soon after his arrival in Camelot and quickly reveals his ruthlessly ambitious nature.
An invention that contributed as much to the history and folklore of the American West as it did to the firearms industry was the Colt revolver, invented by Samuel Colt in 1833 and patented on Feb.
That's because Samuel Colt and Samuel Walker, a captain in the US Dragoons and former Texas Ranger, put their heads together for this .44 caliber behemoth.
Wilson's Colt, An American Legend, Samuel Colt invented the term "Navy Model" because he envisioned the earlier, heavier Dragoon revolver would become the choice of the Army and the smaller, more streamlined Model 1851 would be preferred by naval forces.
Samuel Colt once wrote, "Money is a trash I have always looked down upon that I never had handy to know how to appreciate it." Funny thing: By the early 1850s, Colt had become one of the richest men in America.
"The Colt Revolver in the American West" is an exhibition exploring the history of Samuel Colt's revolutionary revolver in the American West.
Samuel Colt. He also worked as a sailor, dance instructor, portrait painter, musician and editor.
The letter will outline the fine points of the firearm, and will be presented on reproduction stationery used by Samuel Colt.
Anniversaries: 1545: King Henry VIII's flagship, The Mary Rose, sank in the Solent with the loss of 700 lives; 1588: The Spanish Armada was sighted off the coast of England; 1814: Birth of Samuel Colt, American inventor of the revolver; 1837: The Great Western steamship was launched at Bristol; 1892: Death of travel agent Thomas Cook; 1903: Maurice Garin became the first winner of the Tour de France cycle race devised by journalist Henri Desgranger; 1924: Liverpool Cathedral was consecrated; 1937: Death of cricketer Tom Hayward.
He also opted for Samuel Colt who invented the pistol.
JANUARY 10, 1862: Death of US gunsmith Samuel Colt. 1949: Birth of heavyweight boxer George Foreman.