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Bulletin Board

On NASDAQ, electronic listing of over-the-counter securities. The Bulletin Board lists several thousand securities, including stocks, bonds, ADRs, and others. Since 1999, the SEC has required all companies listed on the Bulletin Board to report their financial information.
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Bulletin Board

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bulletin board

a COMPUTER accessory which enables users to post, read and reply to electronic messages transmitted through a computer network.
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No attempt was made in the current research to arrive at a precise, or objective, definition of "thinking" or to distinguish between such varieties of thinking as "critical" and "reflective." The initial analysis of the transcript of the bulletin board discussion was deliberately undertaken without any categories, or codes, decided in advance, since the goal of the research was to discover any number of ways that the bulletin board discussion might help preservice teachers relate the theory they were learning to their practice in classrooms.
In order to complete this group project, each group member had to post his/her individual contributions to the group project under his/her own group thread on the bulletin board. All group members were required to collaboratively participate online in all the components of the whole research proposal on a regular basis.
Precariously balancing on a stepladder, wrestling with huge sheets of background paper, I enthusiastically prepared the bulletin board for the works to be displayed.
After several false starts, beginning with tax year 1999 partnership returns, the Service announced that it would no longer accept returns submitted on magnetic media, or transmitted electronically via MITRON or the Bulletin Board System.
"I just opened up an online-broker account and have learned I have the lead touch:' says one trader, who posted his lament anonymously on the bulletin board of Latin American portal quepasa.com.
Whatever flickering interest institutional investors may have had in Sun and Vencor's stock is likely to be snuffed out by their move to the Bulletin Board, analysts say.
The bulletin board display may also be used in direct teaching of pupils as they relate to an ongoing lesson or unit of study.
Teachers may enter by submitting a photograph of a sky-awareness bulletin board and an essay (500 words or less) explaining the bulletin board's creation and use.
While the bulletin board has decreased the average time between issuing and serving warrants, it also has helped officers find long-standing fugitives.
The revised data will also be available through the Economic Bulletin Board of the Department of Commerce; for information about the Bulletin Board, call 202-482-1986.
Coincidentally, the bulletin board in our church is hung on the western wall of the chapel.
We had a variety of activities for Christmas: a Christmas tree decorating party, stockings with all the residents' names for hanging in the hall, and pictures of their Christmas party displayed on the bulletin board.