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Ahead

On an exchange, referring to a record of a trade that occurs at the same price as another trade, but is nonetheless listed before that other trade in a specialist's book. See also: Behind.
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Information on baggage allowance should also be inquired about with the airline ahead of time. However, passengers should keep in mind that a single unit of baggage weighing more than 32kgs will not be accepted at check-in.
That way the crew will know ahead of time so they can more easily accommodate you."
Intesa Sanpaolo had already raised EUR5bn in fresh capital earlier this year to meet the new regulatory requirements ahead of time, said the bank's chief executive Corrado Passera.
But, unless enough residents rectify their oversight ahead of time, the problem will likely lead to slower check-in times at the elections, according to Joshua D.
The President said the rumors that she will leave office ahead of time are spread in the society intentionally.
A new film, Ahead of Time, is a documentary biography of 98-year-old journalist Ruth Gruber.
On the other hand, the Albanian opposition, although being aware that the Bucharest scenario will get repeated in Lisbon, stress that it has a strategy on how to act but do not announce it ahead of time.
Equally, people who wish to die quickly can ask ahead of time for food and fluids to be withdrawn.
Originally, there was only $40 million available to the 162 water utilities in the state, however, contractors were able to bring in those projects early ahead of time and under budget, making it possible for the district to receive the funds.
THERE HAVE been two confirmed instances where private tutors, who were scheduled to be visited by the police, were warned of the impending visits ahead of time.
Lewis Palmer High School near Colorado Springs required all students speaking at graduation ceremonies to have their speeches approved ahead of time. Valedictorian Erica Corder submitted a speech for review that made no mention of religion, but then at the ceremony she delivered a short sermon.