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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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Oregon later initiated reforms that included reducing litigation and sending contested workers' comp cases through newly created administrative review processes, according to Dotter.
Analysen av foraldrarnas strategier for att hantera relationen till sin son eller dotter med psykisk sjukdom resulterade i tre kategorier, samtliga med tillhorande underkategorier: soka kraft i vardagen; behov av externt stod; och beredskap for hantering.
"If you look at the entire history of interventional radiology, it all started with Dotter," says Dr.
"I would stress that the strong suite of the co-op is the human capital--the people who are the members," says Dotter. "Next in importance is the product they create that provides for their well-being and supports their communities and lifestyle.
The Josephine Patterson Albright Fellow is Earl Dotter.
Patent 8,628,718 (January 14,2014), "Modified Polylactic Acid, Polymeric Blends and Methods of Making the Same," Fengkui Li,John Ashbaugh, David Rauscher, and Robert Dotter (Fina Technology, Inc., Houston, Texas, USA).
Dotter's interest in finance began at an early age.
Kit yourself out with Orly Instant Artist kit - five water-based paints and a dotter tool, pounds 28.95, from www.orlybeauty.co.uk Twist the traditional French manicure and paint your nails neon pink with a black tip or black with a white tip suggests Antony Buckley.
And high-end Scandinavian retailer Dienst + Dotter will open its first Manhattan location next month in the building's 3,500-s/f street level retail space, which has 30 feet of fruntage along Lafayette Street.
Charles Dotter at a radiology conference in 1963, Bill Cook began working with Dotter and other US pioneers in the emerging discipline of interventional radiology to create the tools needed for this revolutionary surgical technique.
He stayed away from the 2002 Academy Awards ceremony, where "Spirited Away" won animated film, and sent producer Suzuki Toshio to represent DOTTER him at Venice at a special screening last year of his latest film, "Howl's Moving Castle."
She also wrote two plays for children, an autobiography ( Bildhuggarens dotter, 1968; Sculptor's Daughter ), short stories, and adult fiction.