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Market indication; willingness to go both ways (buy or sell) at the mentioned volume and market. Print; up on the ticker tape, confirming that the trade has been executed.

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In North Korea, a political subdivision equivalent to an urban municipality.
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A woman wearing the same kind of clothes as people in other houses wear, told us to go up to the second floor, and she grinned at David, as if she had heard about him; so up we went, David muttering through his clenched teeth, "I sha'n't laugh," and as soon as we knocked a voice called out, "Here we are again!" at which a shudder passed through David as if he feared that he had set himself an impossible task.
"I don't see any laugh in it," I said shortly, and I know my face went sour.
Although the seizures that came upon him were harmless enough, they could not be laughed away.
Alexandra now joined in, and it looked as though the three sisters were going to laugh on for ever.
He laughed in his usual dry, cold, unpleasant way, with his lips only and not with his eyes.
At this all laughed, the Sheriff loudest of all, for he said to himself, "Surely this is indeed some prodigal, and perchance I may empty his purse of some of the money that the fool throweth about so freely." Then he spake aloud to Robin, saying, "Thou art a jolly young blade, and I love thee mightily"; and he smote Robin upon the shoulder.
The man laughed. He was watching Pollyanna's rapt face a little curiously.
Of that I am very sure!"--and she laughed. "Do you know where he is going next year?
If that isn't funny enough to laugh at, I don't know what is."
They liked a good country breakfast, and nothing gave Polly more satisfaction than to see her big boy clear the dishes, empty the little coffee-pot, and then sit and laugh at her across the ravaged table.
Learn to laugh at yourselves, as ye ought to laugh!
"Tha'll make him laugh an' there's nowt as good for ill folk as laughin' is.