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Type

The classification of an option contract as either a put or a call.

Type

One of two kinds of option contract. In other words, a type is either a call or a put.
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While most readers will welcome that the work has been printed in English, the fact that it was written, edited, and typeset in the Netherlands has caused a few problems, such as this incomprehensible sentence: "About he [sic] same time, an anonymous punchcutter provided Gourmont with the first typecast Hebrew and was Gromors enabled a fresh Great-primer Roman and an Italic on Long Primer" (p.
The combination of italic type, text alone, and octavo format could be applied to any classical text: poetry, above all, but also prose; ancient texts, but also the more prestigious (or pretentious) modern writers.
1) Where possible, abbrevations and citations and the use of italics follow Dandamayev's style, on the supposition that users of these remarks may wish to collate them with the published text.
He covers Ennius and the Italic tradition; the Annals and the Greek tradition; ritual and myth in the Augurium Romuli (Annals 72-91); ritual militia, and history in Book Six of the Annals; and ritual, kinship, and myth in Book One.
Imagine my surprise when the statement was returned with virtually the whole document reproduced in italics.
Arial typeface, including Italic, Bold and Bold Italic
Copywriter Rene Gnam suggests using two type fonts--bold for the company names for the skipand-skim reader who just wants to see who these endorsements are from, and italic for the few filberts who actually want to read every word.
The new identity, specifically the red and black color scheme with the italic RNK text treatment, will unify the look and feel of RNK's various existing B2B product offerings, including the RNK VoIP, carrier, and prepaid lines of products and services.
The necessary typefaces on the DTL Argo (light, light italic, medium, medium italic, bold, bold italic) must be present or may be purchased.
the former USC receiver described his rookie season in passages interspersed with capital letters and bold face and italic sentences, and he called Chrebet the team mascot and suggested he would have a hard time making other teams.
Out of 224 respondents, 92 percent favored serif lower case and 86 percent preferred serif italic lower case.
Based on "blueprint" lettering, this inviting and versatile design is available in three weights - medium, italic and bold - ideal for UI development.