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Ring

A place on an exchange assigned for the trading of certain commodities, futures, or options. It is also called a pit or a trading pit.
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ring

See pit.
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Mr Parry said: "If it was me in charge of the clock I would have switched the chimes off overnight, as they aren't necessary and do cause a disturbance to my family."
Vedicci's Swarovski[R] Crystal and Stained-Glass Chimes will last many decades.
Chimes and FCE are the remaining entities scheduled to go to trial next month.
Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), a United States-based automaker, is offering a symphonic alert chime on its Lincoln Aviator.
Rochdale council leader Allen Brett described the BBC's original decision to use pre-recorded chimes as a 'London-centric snub' to the rest of the country.
Regardless of chime, to rule time, Is up to higher powers.
The two supposedly asked for the money as donations to The Chimes Foundation, a charitable fundraising arm of Chimes International.
Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC) has launched a hotel-residential tower with about P1.6 billion worth of units, in the prime in San Juan under its Robinsons Communities brand - Chimes Greenhills.
A CHURCH clock that chimes every 15 minutes through the night has caused a ding-dong after an attempt to silence it.
CHILDREN can learn to play the chimes with the help of Durham Cathedral and churches.
ALL those who cherish a degree of privacy in their homes should be grateful to the House of Lords for voting against ice cream chimes.