foreign crowd

Foreign crowd

NYSE members who trade in foreign bonds on the floor.
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Foreign Crowd

Members of the New York Stock Exchange who deal primarily or exclusively in foreign bonds. See also: Crowd.
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foreign crowd

Members of the New York Stock Exchange who trade foreign bonds on the exchange floor.
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Last month, I did two solo performances for a mostly foreign crowd in Sydney.
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Two always becomes a foreign crowd, a mass, opposed to the individual American, and everything of which there is more than one or that occurs more than once is foreign: in the book's resonant final line, its last depiction of Beirut, we witness "the dead city photographed one more time" (240).
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The pic's centerpiece dance sequence, with which our hardy Yank heroes dazzle a hostile foreign crowd straight out of "Rocky IV" is a magnificent piece of choreography, juggling Olympic-level aerial gymnastics with a savvy theme tracing the evolution of American dance music from swing to hip-hop.
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