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Bolt

Used for listed equity securities. Block trading version of COLT.

Bolt

A computerized order-entry system that sends buy or sell orders for block, over-the-counter trades. It is used to automatically execute orders, and allow users to monitor their positions. It operates much like the continuous on-line trading system, but only for block trades.
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Mother-of-two Mrs Bolter, 37, said: "It just seemed like such a good idea for the children to spend time with the residents of Camberley Manor, both generations have such fun and the children can learn a lot from older people.
Xx"Ms Bolter quit UKIP on Monday claiming she was sexually harassed.
They thought I would deliver the baby and we had the bereavement midwife come and talk to us," Leanne told Bolter.
After we crossed the ramp, the deck pitched and went out from under us, which resulted in a long, rim-grinding, light-show bolter.
A series of layers of what Bolter describes as ceramic thermal blankets will help stop the sun's heat from getting inside the craft.
Compton Bolter hasn't been able to get his head in front this season but the Butler yard was well out of sorts in the early months.
Lone wolves: The only goal Littlerock coach Jeff Bolter has today is for his relay teams to close out the season with best times.
The Irishman swept up the first three races, booting home a double for his boss Gerard Butler thanks to Compton Bolter and Ringsider and adding True Night for David Nicholls.
Unlike conventional mobile bolting machines, the ARO rapid entry mobile bolter (REMB) incorporates a front platform to which are fitted four, semi automatic, proven, ARO Series 4000 roof bolting rigs.
While Bolter focuses upon how the nature of literacy will change with this new form of text, Landow takes as his topic the ways in which hypertext serves as the literal embodiment of, or "testing ground" for, much of literary and critical theory.