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hit

1. To sell a security at a bid price quoted by a dealer. For example, a trader will hit a bid.
2. To lose money on a trade. For example, a dealer may take a hit on the holdings of Moore's Fried Foods' common stock.
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In the fall, he would remove the hay basket and mount a homemade attachment with a grapple fork to the front of the hay stacker.
The John Hay Alternative Development Coalition (JHADC) and the city government draw up counter proposals for John Hay development, fearful of Tuntex's plans to build theme park out of the former base land.
In Kochkor district, the cost of 1 bale of hay is 150-190 soms and in Jumgal district - 150-200 soms.
If the patient suffers from other allergies as well and is an asthma patient, hay fever can affect the patient very easily.
The new types of hay being sold from next week onwards will result in increased birth rates for the animals and production of higher quality milk and meat," he explained.
Severe The report claims 39per cent of Scots will have hay fever by 2030.
Remember, too, when you lose hay you are also losing money," he said.
When hay was implicated as a likely source, local environmental health officers visited commercial hay outlets in the area to assess procurement, storage, and distribution practices.
The company paid $500 toward emergency hay removal, but refused to pay for damage to the hay.
With Canyon High's baseball team no longer in playoff contention with one game remaining, the focus turns to the team's star slugger, Johnny Hay, who is chasing the Foothill League single-season home run record.
Tokyo, Japan, Feb 6, 2006 - (JCN) - The Seiyu, a leading Japanese retailer, announced on February 3 the results of its latest survey on hay fever.
The strong debut film lineup demonstrates the high esteem in which Hay is now regarded.