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DOT

Designated Order Turnaround

A computerized order-entry system on the New York Stock Exchange that bypasses brokers and automatically executes orders at the best available price through a specialist on the trading floor. It is used predominantly for small and odd-lot orders. See also: SOES.

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Also, in the pre-computer world of handicrafts, letters created in cross-stitch, or needlepoint, or tapestry, are also made of an arrangement of dots, specifically a stitched "cross", or similar piece of stitching.
To assess Knowledge and Attitude regarding Tuberculosis treatment among DOT Providers of RNTCP registered patients in Kottayam district, Kerala.
This year alone, about 5,500 manufacturers and designers from 54 countries submitted new designs for the "Red Dot Award: Product Design," more than ever before.
Lin et al., "Quantum-sized carbon dots for bright and colorful photoluminescence," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol 128, no.
Due to increasing demand for quantum dot display based devices, Dow Chemical announced plans to established quantum dot manufacturing facilities with Nanoco Technologies in South Korea in 2015.
If you are intimately familiar with both sighting systems and have practiced your draw until your sights/red dot pop onto the target every time, then red dots are very slightly (a few hundredths of a second for each shot) quicker in competition where you have multiple rounds on multiple targets.
Quantum dots still may not launch the revolution that some biologists had hoped for, but the field is clawing its way back to relevance.
Indicated UPH and cycle time percentages have been calculated by running a programmed test that includes lines and dot commands in the process program as were run in a production environment.
The fact that Smith & Wesson is introducing a series of pistols that have removable plates on their slides for built-in mounting of mini red dots should tell you these optics are here to stay.
XS Sights announces Standard Dot and Big Dot upgrades to the Smith & Wesson Bodyguard .38 and .380.
Recently, Redford (2010) provided evidence that rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatto, hereafter referred to as monkeys) and humans both exert metacognitive control when learning dot distortion categories.
Dots have previously ranged in size from two to 10 nanometres in diameter.