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Elect

The conversion of a conditional order into a market order.

Elect

To order a broker to change a stop limit order or a stop order to a limit order or a market order.

elect

To convert a stop limit order or a stop order to a limit order or a market order.
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"For those of us who always worried about Jeremy Corbyn's electability, it is time to stand up and say that we got some of that wrong."
"I will never be a blinkered cheerleader of anyone - ask my kids - and while I got his electability half-wrong, I would be doing Jeremy Corbyn and the country a disservice by donning the white robes of worship and ignoring my concerns."
He was comfortable with the politics of Neil Kinnock and John Smith which were about "electability but with Labour principles of social justice and redistribution firmly in place".
democratic process, denigrate Secretary [Hillary] Clinton, and harm her electability and potential presidency.
Russia's goals were to undermine public faith in the US democratic process, denigrate Secretary Clinton, and harm her electability and potential presidency.
He said: "The real task, of course, is changing the membership and winning the party back to the views of electability as well as principle."
The pursuit of protest rather than policy, dogma rather than principle and insularity rather than electability marks out the neo Trotskyist entryist wing of the Labour party.
"What they are doing is essentially slandering ordinary people simply because of the job that they choose to do, potentially harming their future job prospects by publicising deliberately distorted and misleading representations of them to try to reduce Ukip's electability.
Leveraging the consumer edition of SAP Mobile Platform, Reuters has developed the White House Run app to let voters simulate the candidate experience using predictive analytics and Reuters polling data to help people understand the electability of different political personas and compare results with their friends.
The issue of the importance of a candidate's electability has been hotly discussed in the 2016 presidential election campaign, as establishment candidates who were widely perceived as the inevitable party nominees have been formidably challenged by political outsiders or politicians who operate mainly outside the party establishment.
We use prediction market data from Betfair, the world's largest Internet betting exchange, to measure the electability of 2016 Presidential candidates using regressions that compare the general election contest and party nomination win probabilities for each candidate.
When I hear the endless bleating about "electability"from Labour MPs and media commentators, and the opinions of the sheep like voters who blindly agree with them, I fear that the British people no longer have the stomach to take power back from the elite.