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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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In the 2018 elections, women candidates dominated across the nation, once more proving that women are electable, partially supported by women voters.
The persistence of the electable and the no-name winner in the system are obviously not Imran's concern.
But having crafted a neoliberal agenda that made their parties electable in the 1990s and beyond, they apparently believed their work was done: That the shift to the Right was both unidirectional - you could never shift Left - and unique - they would never have to shift again.
Why then are both candidates peddling the same radical left agenda when neither would be electable among south-east England voters?
Mr Corbyn is clearly happiest when talking to extremists who believe in overthrowing capitalism, mass industrial action and street protest, than he is in taking on the Tories and making the Labour Party electable.
5) Jeremy Corbyn won't establish a National Investment Bank, nor anything else, because he is not electable.
But it is not a ringing endorsement to say he is as electable as Ed Miliband because Miliband was never electable at all.
LABOUR needs to take swift action to get the party into a strong and electable position, Newcastle City Council leader Nick Forbes has urged.
Retired neurosurgeon BenAaAeAeA Carson was the next most electable -- s in 10 say the same for Carson.
A man or woman of substance that could make the party electable. The electorate see Labour as a farce.
A throwback to the early 1980s, he stands for almost every policy Labour jettisoned 30 years ago in order to become electable.
Labour say they just want a leader who will be electable come 2020.