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Class

In the case of derivative products, options of the same type-put or call-with the same underlying security. See: Series. In general, refers to a category of assets such as: domestic equity, fixed income, etc.

Class

1. See: Asset Classes.

2. See: Stock Class.

3. An option contract of one type or another. For example, calls and puts are different classes of option, as are American style and European style options.

class

1. See stock class.
2. Option contracts of the same type (put or call) and style (American or European) on the same security and expiring on the same expiration date.

class (building)

Subjective evaluation of the desirability of an office building based on its age, amenities, maintenance, and design. There are no hard-and-fast rules, and evaluations may change for a virtually identical building in two different markets.The classification is independent of the location; one commonly encounters comments such as “It's a class B property in a class A location,” meaning a less desirable building happily situated at a great location and thus able to command higher rents than might otherwise be expected.

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The expanded cattle section featured 15 classes for native and Continental pedigree cattle plus commercial baby beef, steers, heifers, and homebred cattle classes.
The study started with an ethnographic study of four classes in the School of Business at Farmingdale State University.
Illinois alone would save $80 million a year in what it now spends on remediation classes and gain another $129 million in additional earnings if the need for such classes was eliminated, according to the Alliance for Excellent Education.
To add to the dizzying list of types of yoga is the increase in other alternative types of movement classes. For out of yoga there has grown an interest in other movement modalities.
"The classes are more comprehensive then I've ever found elsewhere," said Jacqueline Almena, a property manager at Phipps House, who has 15 years of experience in the business.
Classes started and ended on time; forty-five minutes were scheduled for lecture and fifteen minutes were provided for paperwork and to respond to questions.
A practical tiered-storage strategy is best pursued in incremental fashion: Defining data classes and their associated tiers of storage service, then implementing policies and service delivery processes--one class of data at a time.
While the film did a great service to education by showing what students from disadvantaged backgrounds can achieve in demanding classes, the Hollywood fiction had at least one negative side effect.
The Foundation itself currently administers two online self-study courses and three online instructor-led classes. Each of the three instructor-led online courses is limited to a maximum of 25 students to keep them manageable for both the students and instructors.
Notes Dale Lucas, Hunkar's director of business development & training, "I see more and more maintenance people coming to process-development classes. They feel that the more they know about the process, the faster they can fix the machine to give the desired result."
For Mann, it was axiomatic that in order for public schools to serve their function of preparing productive workers, enlightened citizens, and loyal Americans, those schools had to be common schools in which "the children of all classes, rich and poor, should partake as equally as possible in the privileges" of the enterprise.
I noticed that neither of the accused responded with a defiant "Yes, we have classes in this country." Only Ralph Nader has dared to suggest that this country is divided among the rich, the poor, and the nervous in between.