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Exclusive

In the context of general equities, having sole possession of the customer order/indication; not in competition with other dealers.
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Exclusive

Describes a broker-dealer who has a client's order or indication of interest without competing with other broker-dealers. That is, an exclusive broker-dealer is not competing for a better commission or anything else with other broker-dealers.
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Among general newsworthiness predictors, conflicts (H1) and human interests (H2) predicted higher numbers of reposts, while exclusiveness was partially supported.
She said many countries might have supported the concept of the United States' exclusiveness, if only Washington was able to really bring more stability into this world, enhance security, make peace between countries, eliminate conflicts and prevent more ones, TASS reported.
Each vehicle is tested and certified by a qualified Abarth technician who applies a metal plate with the sequential unique number of each car to certify its exclusiveness.
The event, which was attended by top local and regional Bentley officials, and led by Prince Sultan bin Bandar Al-Faisal, president of the Saudi Arabian Motor Federation, along with current brand owners, cemented the exclusiveness of the British brand in the Kingdom, paving the way for an additional two showrooms set to open in both Jeddah and Alkhobar end 2016 and early 2017.
Among details are faces of a polyhedron, elementary properties of faces and dual faces, size control number, main estimate for low rank case, the transitivity rule for dual faces, and the exclusiveness of odd sets.
Stressing that Nazi Germany has taught the international community a harsh lesson, Putin stated, seventy years after WWII, we dont have to forget that the concept of racial supremacy and exclusiveness have resulted in the most bloody wars.
Young people today (straight or gay) will not abide exclusiveness or bullying in any form.
"Such statements contradict with the principles and values they are calling for, on top of which that people of a country are the source of legitimacy, and not the content expressed by this state or that, and that occurs due to the residual of the colonialist ideology and the mentality of hegemony, arrogance and exclusiveness, which are the main reason for tensions in the world."
The line of reasoning throughout this discussion seems quite consistent with the idea that the distinction of degree constitutes a comprehensive ecumenical position, whereas the distinction in kind indicates the exclusiveness of the cut.
The values of Zawawi Trading Company and the brand image of Mercedes-Benz with its stylish, innovative and refined products align themselves perfectly well with the principles and values of Oman Sail and the emotional, exiting and exclusiveness the RC44 event brings here in Oman," said Clive Hammond, CEO of Automotive, Zawawi Trading Company.
Added Aquino, "What makes this location especially outstanding is both its proximity to Northern Boulevard's restaurant row and its exclusiveness by still being a few miles away.
Pencils[TM] do not only enhance exclusiveness to any creation, they also compliment your coffee, tea or digestive drinks.