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Deck

In futures and options, an informal term for open orders. Brokers have a deck they attempt to fill at the desired prices. A deck is the equivalent of a book on the equity market.
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Through the lawsuit, Deckers is seeking an injunction as well as punitive damages.
The new app and online report integrate Aircraft Cost Evaluator, Conklin & de Decker's flagship product for more than 30 years, with key performance data and imagery from the company's powerful Aircraft Performance Comparator.
"Bessie Decker has been all of these things and more," Barbera added.
Instead of letting emotion rule, retirees and those approaching retirement need to rely on math and logic, Decker says.
"Chris, Michael, James and Josh bring a breadth of expertise across Asian markets that further establishes us as the only U.S.-based boutique brokerage covering all of Asia," said Mark Decker.
According to the service operator, Taipei Double Decker sightseeing tours are expected to attract 15,000 riders per month and accomplish the break-even point in 2018, buoyed by the incentives regarding ticket price discounts and bus schedule adjustment.
"The Decker is providing in-demand residential inventory for the area, which we expect will only increase in popularity.
In March 2015, the Supreme Court entered a show cause order why it should not approve the JQCs findings and recommended discipline for Decker of a 90-day suspension without pay and a public reprimand.
Decker gives extensive attention to de Certeau and Marcuse, so the reader can expect a clear explanation of "how the structurally obscured transmission of radical critiques takes place" (10), as well as the arguments of Marcuse that inform the book as a whole.
And while doping might be the controversy this year, 32 years ago today, long-distance British runner Zola Budd found herself at the centre of an international storm over whether or not she tripped World Champion Mary Decker in the 1984 Olympic Games hosted in Los Angeles.
Investors Real Estate Trust (NYSE: IRET), an equity real estate investment trust, has said that it has appointed Mark Decker Jr.