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Working

Attempting to complete the remaining part of a trade, by finding either buyers or sellers for the rest.

Working

1. In investing, a term describing the process of a broker attempting to find a counterparty for a trade.

2. See: Working capital.

3. See: Work.
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And he says there's no relief in sight because we work and play too hard and end up buying groceries at midnight and working on our computers into the wee hours of the morning when there's less Internet traffic.
A Hoyt Lecturer in 1977, he spent 42 years working for Amsted Industries, Inc.
In mainstream liberal opinion, support for full-time mothering is usually equated with naive nostalgia, while working mothers are often portrayed as victims of sexism, culturally imposed guilt, and benighted public policies.
The process of assessment involves working alongside the client for the entire testing time, completing the same functional activities together.
2 million Americans were working out of their homes in 1995.
Five years ago, a woman became a partner in the firm after working part-time for three years.
This man speaks for Americans of every faith, political viewpoint, and walk of life who believe that the way working people are treated in the new economy violates the values of our society.
The claimant can continue to receive full disability benefits for three more months while working.
If you've heard either presidential candidate podium-pounding about the need to get welfare mothers working, you have a pretty good idea of the direction that the welfare reform debate is going these days.
Those choosing to work must then decide on a career and a style of working life.
Of those who did vacation, nearly half admit to working during some portion of it.
Acknowledging that much of social work involves working with persons in poverty, an explicit recognition is made that important group work occurs with homeless people.