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Island

An electronic network used to execute limit orders on the NYSE, NASDAQ, and American Stock Exchange, among others. The Island matches limit orders for execution; if a matching order is not available, an order is displayed on the Island until one is found.

Island

A major electronic communications network that attempts to match investor orders to buy and sell NYSE, ASE, and Nasdaq National Market System and SmallCap securities. Orders that cannot be immediately matched are displayed as limit orders until matched, cancelled, or expiration. Only limit orders placed by subscribing broker-dealers are accepted by Island.
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Islanders are hoping there will be a fourth season of production, and perhaps even seven more, as was the case with Road to Avonlea.
In his chapter 'The Imaging of Pastors in Papua', Max Quanchi illustrates graphically the white missionaries' assumption of hegemonic dominance over the Islander assistants under their control.
It provides plausible historical explanations for the characteristics that give Central Queensland's Australian South Sea Islander communities their distinctive character.
An important piece of corroborative evidence is a considerably higher death rate among islanders than among whites.
It's vital that both Indigenous and non-Indigenous nurses know the beautiful rich history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nurses and midwives in this country.
Some 80 percent of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in prison are mothers .
As teachers, to effectively teach Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander EAL/D learners, we need to know who these learners are in our classrooms.
Bev Uipi, president of the Pacific Islander Chamber of Commerce in Utah, points out that many Pacific Islander businesses incorporate the word "Hawaiian" into their names, not because the proprietors are Hawaiian, but to attract non-Islanders to their businesses.
She has just had her first children's book published by Magabala Books this year and also is an author for the first four books in the Deadly Reads Series, a long series to assist Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander kids learn to read.
Asian American/Pacific Islander students equated as significantly higher than their peers the following potential risks of having oral sex: pregnancy, acquiring a sexually transmitted disease, getting HIV harming one's relationship, getting in trouble with parents, and experiencing guilt.
The identification of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients is a major limitation of hospital data collections and has only recently been considered to reach an acceptable standard in Victoria (AIHW 2008a).
Nakata, a Torres Strait Islander with a doctorate in Education, casts a critical eye on what assorted academics and missionaries thought that they were accomplishing as they investigated and patronised the islander communities of the Torres Strait.