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The highest price a buyer of a security is willing to pay and the lowest price a seller is willing to sell at a given time. The touch line, like the bid-ask spread, represents the best price available for a security. Generally speaking, the more liquid an asset is, the lower the bid-ask spread is. As a result, currency, which is considered the most liquid asset, has an extremely low bid-ask spread.
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6 Corner posts will be positioned at the outside junction of the goal line and the touch line.
Its first two Sleeve Touch lines make 700-mm and 1400-mm-wide film.
People say that Leon hasn't got the legs to play in the Premier League any more and though it's right that he is not going to be haring back, up and down the touch line, he continues to show that he has so much to offer.
Ronan Sylvester opened the scoring, touching down after a slick pass from Thomas Sweeten and Luke Worsley kicked a brilliant conversion from the touch line.
The Kleenex Cool Touch line was introduced in September at major retailers and is being supported by a multimillion-dollar integrated marketing program that includes traditional TV advertising, online marketing and social media as well as in-store communications and an aggressive sampling program.
Uncovered Stand EUR80; Touch Line EUR90; Goal Line EUR80; East Terrace EUR52; North & South Terrace e45; Schoolboy\girl EUR10.
Exclusive footage from inside the changing rooms, training sessions and on the touch line with the players
That will mean stand in stopper Dirk Lehmann continuing at the back, with Ian Murray filling Laursen's touch line role on the left.
Vile kicked an early penalty and then wing David Rees enabled Pichot to sprint clear for a try, which Vile converted from the touch line.
RangersDutchstrikerMichaelMols,whohad takensomeheavystickallnight,alsoplayeda massivepartin the goal, bursting away from a desperate touch line challenge to surge through into the PSV box.
He even made one impudent attempt to win the match with a penalty from 60 yards out and close to the touch line - but it did not quite carry.
Immersion Corporation (NASDAQ:IMMR), the leader in developing and licensing touch feedback technology, today announced that Craig Vachon has been appointed senior vice president and general manager of its Touch line of business.